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Lexus planning a Toyota Yaris-based SUV – report
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17th May 2020
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Lexus planning a Toyota Yaris-based SUV – report

Lexus is believed to be planning a city SUV based the new Toyota Yaris Cross (shown above and below), according to international reports. The new Lexus model will be named the ‘BX’, the report by AutoHome claims, and it is expected in showrooms in 2023. The Lexus BX is expected to adopt the same 1.5-litre three-cylinder engine as the Yaris Cross, however will only be offered as a hybrid. The Lexus BX would be the company's smallest SUV to date, slotting beneath the Lexus UX.
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Liam Murphy
2019 Lexus ES300h, UX250h recalled for brake fix, sales stop lifted
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25th Jul 2019
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2019 Lexus ES300h, UX250h recalled for brake fix, sales stop lifted

Lexus Australia has issued a recall for 10 vehicles across the 2019 ES300h and UX250h model lines produced in May 2019, to fix the electric brake booster fault that has caused a temporary sales stop of various Toyota and Lexus hybrids. "In the subject vehicles, there is a possibility components of the electronic brake booster pump assembly may have been manufactured improperly," the company says.
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James Wong
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
Lexus 'Sole of UX' revealed in New York
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12th Feb 2019
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Lexus 'Sole of UX' revealed in New York

Lexus USA has unveiled a new collaboration with John Elliott, fashion designer, to create a set of custom tyres for the brand's new UX compact crossover. Seriously. Tie-ups between the world of fashion and motoring are nothing new, but that doesn't mean the UX's pair of shoes is any less amusing.
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Scott Collie