Lexus Recalls 11,418 RX and NX Models Over Headrest Safety Concerns

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Lexus Recalls 11,418 RX and NX Models
Lexus Recalls 11,418 RX and NX Models

Lexus is recalling around 11,418 RX and NX crossovers from the 2024 and 2025 model years due to a potential safety hazard with the front headrests.

A manufacturing error might allow the headrests to detach during a collision, increasing the risk of injury to the driver and front passenger.

The recall encompasses various gasoline and hybrid trims, including the RX 350, NX 250, RX 350h, and NX 350h.

Lexus dealerships will resolve the issue by replacing both front headrest assemblies at no cost to owners.

To confirm if your vehicle is affected, you can use the handy recall check tool on the Toyota website by entering your vehicle’s 17-character VIN.

Lexus Recalls 11,418 RX and NX Models
Lexus Recalls 11,418 RX and NX Models (Lexus)

Lexus has hit the jackpot with their RX and NX SUVs, racking up impressive sales figures. These mid-sized luxury contenders continue to be a hit with American drivers, moving a combined 89,634 units in just the first half of 2024.

This momentum follows a stellar performance in 2023, with Lexus selling a whopping 188,558 RX and NX models.

Both SUVs offer a variety of powertrain options, catering to diverse preferences. Buyers can choose from gasoline-powered, hybrid, and even plug-in hybrid models, ensuring there’s an RX or NX to suit nearly any lifestyle.

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