2020 Lexus GX vs 2021 Ford Bronco

2020 Lexus GX
2020 Lexus GX
$53,000MSRP
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2021 Ford Bronco
2021 Ford Bronco
$28,500MSRP
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2020 Lexus GX
$53,000MSRP
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2021 Ford Bronco
$28,500MSRP
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Overview

MSRP

$53,000

MSRP

$28,500

Average price

$41,320

Average price

$45,387

Listings

210

Listings

802
Ratings & Reviews
User Reviews
User Reviews

Expert reviews

7.5 out of 10

Expert reviews

8.0 out of 10
Pros
  • Off-road capability
  • Comfortable
Cons
  • Outdated technology
  • Uninspired styling
Pros
  • Excellent off-road capability
  • Stylish design
  • Great ride quality
Cons
  • Poor fuel economy
  • Noisy
  • Stereo is lacking

2020 Lexus GX Reviews Summary

Depending on who you ask, the modern SUV will continue to dominate the new-car market until it's the only type of vehicle on the road (except pickup trucks). That prediction makes sense; modern SUVs drive like cars, can get through most snowstorms, and have the cargo space to tackle most of what daily life throws at them. They are great all-around vehicles, but in trying to master everything, many have lost the specialization that made them noteworthy in the first place. In particular, many luxury SUVs have lost their off-road credibility.

There are exceptions to this trend, including upmarket trims of the Jeep Grand Cherokee as well as most of the Land Rover lineup. Another brand that bucks the trend is Lexus. Sure, the Lexus RX pretty much created the modern luxury crossover, but it gets sold right alongside the immensely capable Lexus LX and this vehicle: the 2020 Lexus GX.

You’ll be forgiven if you forgot the GX was still available. Lexus has updated the GX for 2020 with fresh styling to make it a bit more memorable. Still, beneath that new exterior is one of the oldest vehicles offered today, and as you’ll learn, that has its advantages.

2021 Ford Bronco Reviews Summary

Following a 30-year run and a 25-year layoff, the Ford Bronco bucks back into the 2021 corral. With a sharp focus on off-road capability and a soft focus on comfort, the new Bronco offers two available powertrains, a choice of manual or automatic transmissions, standard four-wheel drive, clever engineering, and bold styling.
Popular Features & Specs

Engine

4.6L 301 hp V8

Engine

2.3L 275 hp I4

Drive Train

AWD

Drive Train

4X4

Seating Capacity

7

Seating Capacity

4

Horsepower

301 hp @ 5500 rpm

Horsepower

275 hp @ 5500 rpm

MPG City

15

MPG City

20

MPG Highway

19

MPG Highway

22
2020 Lexus GX
2020 Lexus GX
$53,000MSRP
Overview
Overview
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2021 Ford Bronco
2021 Ford Bronco
$28,500MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
2020 Lexus GX
$53,000MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
2021 Ford Bronco
$28,500MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
Overview
MSRP
$53,000
$28,500
Average price
$41,320
$45,387
Listings
Ratings & Reviews
User reviews
4.8
4.2
Expert reviews

7.5 out of 10

Read full review

8.0 out of 10

Read full review
Pros & cons
Pros
  • Off-road capability
  • Comfortable
Cons
  • Outdated technology
  • Uninspired styling
Pros
  • Excellent off-road capability
  • Stylish design
  • Great ride quality
Cons
  • Poor fuel economy
  • Noisy
  • Stereo is lacking
Summary

Depending on who you ask, the modern SUV will continue to dominate the new-car market until it's the only type of vehicle on the road (except pickup trucks). That prediction makes sense; modern SUVs drive like cars, can get through most snowstorms, and have the cargo space to tackle most of what daily life throws at them. They are great all-around vehicles, but in trying to master everything, many have lost the specialization that made them noteworthy in the first place. In particular, many luxury SUVs have lost their off-road credibility.

There are exceptions to this trend, including upmarket trims of the Jeep Grand Cherokee as well as most of the Land Rover lineup. Another brand that bucks the trend is Lexus. Sure, the Lexus RX pretty much created the modern luxury crossover, but it gets sold right alongside the immensely capable Lexus LX and this vehicle: the 2020 Lexus GX.

You’ll be forgiven if you forgot the GX was still available. Lexus has updated the GX for 2020 with fresh styling to make it a bit more memorable. Still, beneath that new exterior is one of the oldest vehicles offered today, and as you’ll learn, that has its advantages.

Following a 30-year run and a 25-year layoff, the Ford Bronco bucks back into the 2021 corral. With a sharp focus on off-road capability and a soft focus on comfort, the new Bronco offers two available powertrains, a choice of manual or automatic transmissions, standard four-wheel drive, clever engineering, and bold styling.
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Popular Features & Specs
Engine
4.6L 301 hp V8
2.3L 275 hp I4
Drive Train
AWD
4X4
Seating Capacity
7
4
Horsepower
301 hp @ 5500 rpm
275 hp @ 5500 rpm
MPG City
15
20
MPG Highway
19
22
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