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milesr3



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OT: Lexus Relax

This is OT but relevant to the L663 and other modern JLR products.

Lexus just announced that they will extend warranty cover for 1 or 2 years (depending on schedule) every time you get your vehicle serviced with them. Up to 10 years old and 100,000 miles regardless of number of owners or where the vehicle was purchased.

Talk about confidence in your product and being #1 for customer service...

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SJT



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I've just sold a Lexus as after a wait of 6 months my 90HT is due this weekend.

Lexus really are unbeatable when it comes to Customer Service but I still keep coming back to Landrover.

My last (of 3) D4 went a maximum of 5 weeks between any breakdown.... I think it's called character!

Fingers crossed for the new one. 90 hard top - Previously D4, D4, D4, D2, D1 (3 door V8!)

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Supacat



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I've read it also applies to Toyotas ~ old or new, irrespective of where they have been serviced previously.

Only thing with Toyota, is that the standard warranty was five-year/100k-mile policy and is now a three-year/60k one.

It certainly seems a decent offer, especially in conjunction with "Toyota’s price promise, which sees dealers match service quotes from independent garages within 10 miles, is also unchanged."

https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/toyota/35513...r-warranty



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markb110



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They could be onto something, especially if there a rush in a few years time of people wanting to get a good reliable car that is not electric.

Having that peace of mind that they would be able to keep it longer, with a warranty certainly appears attractive.

Anybody at JLR listening………….tumbleweed. Whistle

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Supacat



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I wonder if they will offer it on their future off road products...


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"Lexus also floated an ROV Concept, short for Recreational Off highway Vehicle. This two-seat buggy-style off-roader gets a hydrogen-burning 1.0-liter, three-cylinder engine with selectable four-wheel drive. It is the first Lexus to be equipped with the technology, as Toyota pitches hydrogen combustion as an alternative path toward zero emissions goals."

https://www.europe.autonews.com/automakers...gen-roader

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