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

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
2019 Lexus NX pricing and specs
News
17th Jun 2019
2 min read

2019 Lexus NX pricing and specs

Lexus Australia has announced running changes for its top-selling NX SUV, which sees the addition of the company's latest safety technologies. Dubbed Lexus Safety System+, the enhanced NX line-up now gets cyclist detection for the autonomous emergency braking system, lane tracing assist, and all-speed adaptive cruise control with stop&go function, allowing for Level 2 semi-autonomous driving on the freeway.
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CarAdvice podcast 75: Solar cars drive down the centre for World Solar Challenge
ŠKODA FABIA 2017 66 tsi, Hyundai Kona 2017 highlander, Toyota C-HR 2017 koba (awd), Kia Sorento 2017
podcast
20th Oct 2017

CarAdvice podcast 75: Solar cars drive down the centre for World Solar Challenge

Mandy Turner and Paul Maric are on the panel this week, as they bring you the latest car news. It includes Polestar 1 being unveiled, GM CEO sharing her concerns over China’s planned petrol and diesel car ban. Also, Lexus NX and CT200h pricing and specs have been released, the Volkswagen Scirocco was put into retirement this week, and the Volkswagen Amarok V6 sets a record at WTAC. James Wong reviews the base-spec Skoda Fabia.
The Shortlist: Relaxed car with adaptive cruise control for extended driving
advice
23rd Aug 2017
4 min read

The Shortlist: Relaxed car with adaptive cruise control for extended driving

Doing what we do, CarAdvice writers are often asked by friends and family, and through our contact page: which car is best for me? Most buyers can identify the top three non-negotiable factors that will guide their purchase decision. But… where to from there? In this series, we look at these cases and single out three cars that fit the brief. If there are more than three, we’ll highlight the three models that have scored well in past CarAdvice reviews.
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Matt Campbell