2010 Lexus Rx 350 Floor Mats

2010 Lexus Rx 350 Floor Mats

About Lexus RX 350Lexus RX 350 is a mid-size luxury crossover Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) manufactured by the extraordinary Japanese automaker Toyota’s luxury automotive division Lexus since 2006. The first Lexus RX 350 was introduced in 2006 for the 2007 model year as second-generation standard RX model’s renamed version. It has been awarded Top Safety Pick Accolade, earned “Good” overall ratings and so on. Until today, Lexus RX 350 has been produced through three generations.The second-generation Lexus RX 350 (AL10; 2008-2015) was introduced in November 2008 and began sales in February 2009 as a 2010 model. It was offered in Base and F Sport trim levels. Lexus RX 350 then was powered by a 3.5 L 2GR-FE V6 engine that could produce 275 hp, and this engine was mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission with manual mode. Then the third-generation Lexus RX 350 (AL20; 2015-present) was unveiled at the April 2015 New York International Auto Show, trim levels from previous generation get retained. It now features an Adaptive Variable Suspension (AVS) to adjust rod quality as needed. Lexus RX 350 gets power from a 3.5 L 2GR-FKS V6 gasoline engine that could generate 295 hp and this engine is paired to an 8-speed automatic transmission. Lexus RX 350 Common Problems & Maintenance TipsAs a young model with not a long development of history, you may think your Lexus RX 350 could last a long time. It truly could unless you know how to diagnose and solve common problems on it as soon as possible:First, braking and suspension failures. The significance of braking system is obvious as it normally decides if you could slow down and stop your vehicle safety in the end. While some Lexus RX 350 drivers complained that they had a noisy and poorly responded brake and the brake pedal was spongy, sometimes, they could even find leaking brake fluid. Replacing RX 350 brake pad set and getting new wheel cylinder repair kit often could solve these. As for suspension failure in Lexus RX 350, you are advised to check the strut housing, wheel bearing and ball joint immediately.Second, engine performance suffered. Actually, not only in Lexus RX 350, any vehicle would eventually meet this issue. According some Lexus RX 350 owners, this problem in the vehicle manifests as engine producing squealing noises, reduction in power, acceleration and fuel economy, vehicle having difficulty in starting, engine misfiring, backfiring or dying abruptly. Once the Check Engine Light in your Lexus RX 350 comes on, you should inspect the air filter, oxygen sensor, spark plug, ignition coil, drive belt and throttle body gasket thoroughly.In fact, some other auto parts on your Lexus RX 350 also need your attention as they would affect the vehicle’s overall quality and they would wear and tear. The RX 350 emblem would fall off as it is exposed to open environment all the time, as the symbol of your vehicle, you had better get it replaced if it is loose and missing. Door lock is responsible for keeping your property from being stolen and seat belt could save your life in sudden movement. You had better add them all on your routine maintenance list.The best maintaining way for your Lexus RX 350 is always to get old, useless auto parts replaced with new ones. Among overwhelming auto parts in the market, OEM Lexus RX 350 auto parts are the best in precise fitment and optimum performance. But if you fear about the high price of OEM parts, then you are highly recommended to the giant selection of genuine Lexus RX 350 auto parts at the lowest price from LexusPartsNow.com. you can trust all OEM RX 350 parts here as all of them are manufacturer warrantied and could be returned without hassle and delivered at the quickest speed.
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2010 Lexus Rx 350 Floor Mats

Lexus Filed NHTSA Report for Select 2010 HS 250h Models On June 25, 2010, Lexus filed a Noncompliance Information Report (NCIR) with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), informing the agency of the company’s intent to conduct a voluntary safety recall of potentially 17,000 2010 model year Lexus HS 250h vehicles to address a compliance issue with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 301. No other Toyota, Lexus or Scion vehicles are involved in this report. To read the full press release, please click here. Lexus Announces Intent to Conduct a Voluntary Safety Recall on Certain 2010 Lexus HS 250h Models A statement from Mark Templin, Lexus Group Vice President and General Manager, June 25, 2010 “We want to assure our customers that their safety and satisfaction are our top priorities. We take the NHTSA’s test results very seriously and appreciate the NHTSA bringing its concerns to our attention. Our engineers conducted similar testing during the development of the new HS 250h and the vehicle performed safely. While we are investigating and vigorously working to understand the different test results, we have stopped delivery of the involved vehicles. As soon as the issue is better understood and/or a remedy is developed, we will contact every owner. Customers who have any questions or concerns should contact their local Lexus dealer or Lexus Customer Satisfaction at 1-800-25LEXUS or 1-800-255-3987.” Below you’ll find answers to some of your questions. 1. What is the condition? As part of its annual compliance testing program, NHTSA recently conducted an FMVSS 301 compliance test of a 2010 model year HS 250h vehicle. The test involves striking the subject vehicle from the rear at 80 km/h (approximately 50 mph). The vehicle is struck by a moving deformable barrier with a 70 percent overlap. Following the impact, the test vehicle is rotated on its longitudinal axis to each successive increment of 90o. During the rotation, the vehicle exhibited fuel spillage which exceeded the requirement of the standard. It is important to note that during vehicle development, Lexus conducted testing utilizing the same protocol. The Lexus tests showed the vehicles fully comply with the FMVSS 301. We are working to understand the different results. 2. What is the cause of this condition? Lexus is currently in the process of investigating and it would be premature to comment until the investigation has been completed. 3. Have there been any reports of incidents related to this issue involving the HS 250h? Lexus is not aware of any accidents involving this issue. 4. How many Lexus HS 250h vehicles have been sold that are being investigated? Approximately 13,000 model year 2010 Lexus HS 250h vehicles have been sold in the United States. (Note: Approximately 17,000 vehicles have been manufactured.) 5. Are there any other Lexus or Toyota vehicles involved? No, there are no other Lexus or Toyota vehicles covered by the Noncompliance Information Report. 6. What is FMVSS 301? FMVSS 301 is entitled “Fuel system integrity.” It establishes performance requirements to protect against fuel leaks following a crash. 7. What is Lexus going to do? Lexus is working to identify the reason for the different test results and to identify the cause of the noncompliance. At the present time, Lexus has not identified a remedy for this noncompliance, but it is working hard to do so promptly. As soon as a remedy is developed, Lexus will notify owners of covered vehicles by first-class mail. 8. When will the investigation be completed? Lexus is working hard to complete its investigation, but at this time it cannot be certain when it will be completed. 9. Can vehicles in dealer inventory be delivered? As required by Federal law, dealers are not to deliver any new vehicles in their inventory which are covered by this NCIR until remedied. 10. What if customers have questions or safety concerns regarding this issue, should they go to their dealer? If customers have any concerns at all, they should feel free to contact the Lexus Customer Assistance Center (1-800-255-3987).
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2010 Lexus Rx 350 Floor Mats

On June 25, 2010, Lexus filed a Noncompliance Information Report (NCIR) with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), informing the agency of the company’s intent to conduct a voluntary safety recall of potentially 17,000 2010 model year Lexus HS 250h vehicles to address a compliance issue with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 301. No other Toyota, Lexus or Scion vehicles are involved in this report. To read the full press release, please click here. Lexus Announces Intent to Conduct a Voluntary Safety Recall on Certain 2010 Lexus HS 250h Models A statement from Mark Templin, Lexus Group Vice President and General Manager, June 25, 2010 “We want to assure our customers that their safety and satisfaction are our top priorities. We take the NHTSA’s test results very seriously and appreciate the NHTSA bringing its concerns to our attention. Our engineers conducted similar testing during the development of the new HS 250h and the vehicle performed safely. While we are investigating and vigorously working to understand the different test results, we have stopped delivery of the involved vehicles. As soon as the issue is better understood and/or a remedy is developed, we will contact every owner. Customers who have any questions or concerns should contact their local Lexus dealer or Lexus Customer Satisfaction at 1-800-25LEXUS or 1-800-255-3987.” Below you’ll find answers to some of your questions. 1. What is the condition? As part of its annual compliance testing program, NHTSA recently conducted an FMVSS 301 compliance test of a 2010 model year HS 250h vehicle. The test involves striking the subject vehicle from the rear at 80 km/h (approximately 50 mph). The vehicle is struck by a moving deformable barrier with a 70 percent overlap. Following the impact, the test vehicle is rotated on its longitudinal axis to each successive increment of 90o. During the rotation, the vehicle exhibited fuel spillage which exceeded the requirement of the standard. It is important to note that during vehicle development, Lexus conducted testing utilizing the same protocol. The Lexus tests showed the vehicles fully comply with the FMVSS 301. We are working to understand the different results. 2. What is the cause of this condition? Lexus is currently in the process of investigating and it would be premature to comment until the investigation has been completed. 3. Have there been any reports of incidents related to this issue involving the HS 250h? Lexus is not aware of any accidents involving this issue. 4. How many Lexus HS 250h vehicles have been sold that are being investigated? Approximately 13,000 model year 2010 Lexus HS 250h vehicles have been sold in the United States. (Note: Approximately 17,000 vehicles have been manufactured.) 5. Are there any other Lexus or Toyota vehicles involved? No, there are no other Lexus or Toyota vehicles covered by the Noncompliance Information Report. 6. What is FMVSS 301? FMVSS 301 is entitled “Fuel system integrity.” It establishes performance requirements to protect against fuel leaks following a crash. 7. What is Lexus going to do? Lexus is working to identify the reason for the different test results and to identify the cause of the noncompliance. At the present time, Lexus has not identified a remedy for this noncompliance, but it is working hard to do so promptly. As soon as a remedy is developed, Lexus will notify owners of covered vehicles by first-class mail. 8. When will the investigation be completed? Lexus is working hard to complete its investigation, but at this time it cannot be certain when it will be completed. 9. Can vehicles in dealer inventory be delivered? As required by Federal law, dealers are not to deliver any new vehicles in their inventory which are covered by this NCIR until remedied. 10. What if customers have questions or safety concerns regarding this issue, should they go to their dealer? If customers have any concerns at all, they should feel free to contact the Lexus Customer Assistance Center (1-800-255-3987).

2010 Lexus Rx 350 Floor Mats

2010 Lexus Rx 350 Floor Mats
2010 Lexus Rx 350 Floor Mats
2010 Lexus Rx 350 Floor Mats
2010 Lexus Rx 350 Floor Mats

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