Toyota Motor Corporation Australia Limited — Lexus NX200t, NX300h, RX200t, RX350 & RX450h

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Product description

Lexus NX200t, NX300h, RX200t, RX350 & RX450h

What are the defects?

Affected vehicles are equipped with an airbag system that uses pressure sensors and/or G sensors to detect impact to the vehicle. There is a possibility that the insulation layers of the Integrated Circuit (IC) chip within the airbag system could peel over time, creating an open circuit in the IC chip.

What are the hazards?

If this occurs, the airbag warning light will illuminate. Also, the side/curtain shield airbags and/or front airbags may become deactivated.

Non-deployment of the side/curtain shield airbags and/or front airbags could increase the risk of injury to the occupants in the event of a crash.

What should consumers do?

Affected owners will be contacted by direct mail on or about 14 February 2018 to provide details of this campaign. When parts are available, Lexus will again notify owners by mail to make an appointment with an authorised Lexus Dealer to inspect the airbag sensors and replace if necessary. The expected time of commencement for this action is the 2nd Quarter of 2018.

For further information, contact your nearest Lexus Dealer or the Lexus Customer Assistance Centre on 1800 023 009 between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.

ACCC (Australia)

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is an independent Commonwealth statutory authority whose role is to enforce the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and a range of additional legislation, promoting competition, fair trading and regulating national infrastructure for the benefit of all Australians.