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Lexus recalls 3,200 cars in the UK

Lexus has issued a recall after improperly functioning valve springs have been found in some of its engines.

The manufacturer says there is a possibility that abnormal engine noise or unstable idling may occur.

In very rare instances, there is a chance that the engine may stop. There have been no reported accidents related to this issue.

Vehicles sold in the UK that may be affected include the Lexus GS 450h, GS 460, LS 460 and LS 600h models. Lexus has identified approximately 3,200 vehicles in the UK that are potentially affected by this issue.

No Toyota vehicles sold in the UK are affected.

Lexus said it will do whatever it can to ensure that our customers’ inconvenience is minimised as much as possible, decide on any action, and inform our customers promptly.

Lexus advises customers who have concerns to contact their local Lexus centre or the Lexus Customer Relations team on 01737 367 601 for assistance.

Additional information detailing further actions will be provided as and when it becomes available.

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