Lexus convertibles, hybrids, sedans and SUVs are, for the most part, dependable vehicles. The most common problems we see here at G&J’s when it comes to Lexus repair are on the 2005 Lexus RX 330 (window trim falling apart, loud windshield wipers, steering problems, interior accessory problems, and engine problems). The most-often seen problem on the 2006 RX 330 is a radiator split on the bottom seam. Otherwise, Lexus repair becomes necessary chiefly as vehicles age if the routine care and maintenance suggested by the manufacturer isn’t honored.
Like all vehicles, Lexus models are designed to do the jobs they’re manufactured to do: get you where you’re going, comfortably and safely. In Lexus’ case, they’re also designed to turn heads, to reveal something more about their owners: discernment, status, the look of pretty much having it all. When most people think Lexus, they think luxury, liberty and distinctiveness.
This is why, when a Lexus starts limping, sounding silly, or smelling funny, their owners are among the quickest to notice and bring them in for an inspection, diagnosis and repair. Good for you! The sooner you bring your car problem to us, the better. Lexus repair costs less the sooner your problem is discerned and addressed.
As the owner and driver of a Lexus, you want your vehicle to set you apart in positive ways; the very idea that you might end up stranded on a roadside waiting for a tow truck or Triple A while the reason you ventured out waits in the wings isn’t what you have in mind…ever! Being a sitting duck makes you vulnerable; luxury vehicle owners have lost their lives and/or property when they’ve become stranded, even in metropolitan areas. Because of this, your Lexus probably means more to you than lots of vehicle owners’ vehicles do. It’s part status, part shield of protection. When it’s running well, you’re in the cat bird’s seat; when it’s running poorly, you’re the first to do something about it.
When you think of Lexus repair, please think of G&J’s Auto Repair—where we have your back!