Toyota recalling the Lexus GX 460, Land Cruiser Prado also affected

April 21, 2010

Well that was pretty quick. It’s been just over a week since Consumer Reports first found the safety issue on the Lexus GX 460, and Toyota is already recalling it to install a fix.

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Toyota to test all SUVs for safety issues, fix for Lexus GX 460 may soon be ready

April 15, 2010

Toyota will be running safety tests on all their SUVs following Consumer Reports‘ finding on the Lexus GX 460. Also, Japanese news outlet Nikkei reports that Toyota may already have a fix for the issue, and it will soon be released.

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Consumer Reports finds safety issue on Lexus GX 460, Lexus halts sales to fix it

April 13, 2010

Problems just don’t stop coming for Toyota, don’t they? Consumer Reports has found a safety issue on the Lexus GX 460, and it’s so serious that they have issued a “Don’t Buy” warning, and Lexus has halted sales of the car to fix it.

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Lexus’ marketing department fails at Photoshop

April 12, 2010

Either Lexus’ marketing department needs to go back to school, or we’re soon going to get a spontaneous powerslide recall for the Lexus IS.

Hint for those who don’t get it: How many cars do you know which drift without a driver?

Source: (May be removed by now) via TheCarLounge via Jalopnik

Toyota issues unintended acceleration recall in South Korea

April 8, 2010

Toyota is recalling 12,984 cars in South Korea for unintended acceleration issues, in which the driver floor mat could jam the accelerator.

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Lexus LFA Nurburgring – Details released

March 31, 2010

Lexus has revealed official details of the hardcore Nurburgring edition of the LFA supercar, made to celebrate the firm’s participation in the upcoming 24 hour race.

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Lexus LFA lease pricing leaked

March 21, 2010

A potential LFA buyer lessee has leaked the lease pricing for the car to the guys over at Autoblog, and as expected, it’s going to cost quite a lot, to say the least.

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