Originally Posted by ccj4
I measured 127 inches, but just to the point where both front doors will stay open on their own. I made sure to factor in the outside door trim. The back doors need 130 inches if you were to open both to their first detent. Don't forget this vehicle is long. I have to angle mine to get it to fit in the 2-car part of a 3-car garage because of the placement of the steps going into the house. I upsized last year to an LX from a GX and am very happy I did. I opted for a superbly priced 2010 CPO loaded and with low mileage because I don't want to spend the really big bucks til Lexus does something about the 3rd row in the LX. That's the only nitpick I have with the vehicle. Once you have the split rear on the LX, you'll marvel how you ever put up with the GX's rear door. Hope this info helps with your decision. Best of luck.
Thank you for providing the information that I requested. The answer to my question isÖ Yes, it will fit, but it will be tight. There will be less than 3 inches on either side for the front doors, which makes parking the vehicle exactly In the center even more critical. Even then, opening the rear doors in the garage will be problematic as they would likely bang into the walls before reaching their first detent.
I agree completely with your criticism of the GX about the rear door. I would love if Lexus would offer the split rear door on the GX, but expect that will be reserved for the LX as it is a signature feature.
Thanks again for answering my question, which will help with our decision.