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Lexus recalls more than 6000 vehicles affected by a faulty fuel pump
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6th Apr 2020
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Lexus recalls more than 6000 vehicles affected by a faulty fuel pump

Lexus Australia has issued a recall of 6610 of its model-year 2013-2019 IS (ASE30 and GSE31), GS (ARL10, GLR10/11/12 and GWL10), RX (GGL2# and GYL2#), LC (GWZ100 and URZ100), LS (USF40, GVF50, VXFA50 and UVF4#), LX (URJ201), NX (AGZ1#) (pictured above), RC (ASC10 and GSC10), and IS-F (USE20) models due to a faulty fuel pump. Affected models were sold between 27 September 2013 and 29 February 2020.
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Liam Murphy
Lexus 'step-up' campaign realigns SUV pricing
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27th May 2019
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Lexus 'step-up' campaign realigns SUV pricing

Lexus Australia has announced drive-away pricing across its volume-selling SUV range, along with its IS sports sedan. Having sold a record amount of crossovers during the first quarter of 2019 (2283 units to be exact, up 9.0%), the Japanese luxury brand has launched what is dubbed the 'step-up' campaign, which sees $10,000 steps between its core SUV models.
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James Wong
2020 Lexus IS rendered
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12th Oct 2018
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2020 Lexus IS rendered

This could be your first look at the all-new Lexus IS, thanks to a pair of speculative renderings recently published in Japanese media and posted online by Arabic publication, Almuraba. According to the report, these images were created by Japanese artists given an early look at the new IS by Lexus. Going by the artist's impression, the next-generation sedan is in line for a massive makeover.
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James Wong
Lexus IS models join Takata airbag recall in Australia
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3rd Jun 2016
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Lexus IS models join Takata airbag recall in Australia

A number of Lexus models have this week joined the the enormous ongoing Takata airbag recall. The company's local arm has been forced to issue a recall notice this week over fears the affected cars have been fitted with defective Takata airbag inflators. According to the car maker, the recall affects approximately 21,750 vehicles in Australia, built between 2005 and 2011.
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Sam Rawlings