While Lexus is seen more as its own entity in its own right, we pretty much know that it is the luxury brand of Toyota. The carmaker was first introduced to the U.S. market in 1989 and is now the largest Japanese premium carmaker in the world.
Lexus started out back in 1983, and it wasn’t until 1989 that they launched the LS, and since then has gone from strength to strength. What we do find strange is how Lexus was not known as a brand in the Japanese market until 2005.
Every model from the brand stands out when compared to Toyota models; this is because they are targeted for those people looking for just a little more luxury.
There have been some great models over the years, such as the LS 400. However, there is no denying that the latest models are the best they have ever been, which includes the IS and HS models, as well as the ES, GS, RX, GX, LX and many more.
While Lexus cars seem pretty reliable on the whole that is not to say they are not without their problems. It was only back in October 2014 that 10,000 models had to be recalled in the UK due to faulty fuel pipes.
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Lexus UK issues up to February 2017You will find Lexus car recalls insight in 2017 below, thanks to owner reports.
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