Do the 2016 Lexus GX Standard Features Offer the Amenities You’re Looking for?
Drivers in the market for a luxury SUV may wonder if they’ll get all the high-end amenities they’re looking for among the 2016 Lexus GX standard features. Does the GX satisfy in the realm of luxury extras, or will a competing vehicle like the 2016 Acura MDX provide more of what consumers want?
Ready to find out? Keep reading, and we’ll explore how these two premium vehicles compare side by side when it comes to their standard offerings.
In terms of conveniences and comfort-boosting features, the base-model Acura MDX offers various amenities that are not available in the Lexus GX base trim or are only available as an optional upgrade for an added cost.
Among standard features in the MDX, drivers will enjoy heating and air-conditioning controls for the back seats, enabling rear passengers to stay just as comfortable as those riding up front. The Lexus GX base model only offers this feature as an extra-cost upgrade.
The MDX also features standard voice-activated controls for audio and Bluetooth wireless—enabled devices, while GX drivers only have access to this feature as an optional upgrade. Heated front seats additionally come standard in the MDX base model but are only offered as an optional upgrade in the GX.
The MDX base model further includes a standard power liftgate, speed-sensing interval windshield wipers, leather-trimmed seats, noise cancellation features, and remote-activated perimeter lighting—all of which are only offered as optional upgrades in the Lexus GX.
The MDX additionally includes a standard radio theft-deterrent system, which is not offered in the GX, along with remote trunk release and armrest storage.
Ready to Take a Look?
Drivers can further explore the 2016 Acura MDX and its many outstanding features in person at any Chicagoland Acura Dealers location.
Visit any of our affiliated dealerships or contact us today, and a friendly, knowledgeable member of our staff will be glad to walk you through the MDX’s various features and options, answer any questions you may have, and then get you behind the wheel and out on the road for a test drive.