Scrap Your Lexus in Preston With Allstar Breakers
If you have an old Lexus that you would consider submitting to us for breaking and scrapping, please feel free to get in touch for a no obligation quote. The price we can offer for a scrap vehicle can alter day to day, as the global price of scrap metal can be quite fickle.
Lexus Spare Parts
What Allstar Breakers tries to do is to salvage the parts on your car that will be able to be resold on the used car part market, allowing us to offer you more money for your car, and help people looking for more affordable Lexus spare parts.
About the Lexus
Lexus is the luxury vehicle division of Japanese car maker Toyota. First introduced in 1989 in the United States, Lexus is now sold globally and has become Japan’s largest-selling make of premium cars. The marque is marketed in over 70 countries and territories worldwide, and has ranked among the ten largest Japanese global brands in market value. Lexus is headquartered in Nagoya, Japan. Operational centers are located in Brussels, Belgium, and Torrance, California, United States.
Lexus originated from a clandestine flagship sedan project, code-named F1, which began in 1983 and culminated in the launch of the original LS in 1989. Subsequently, the division added sedan, coupé, convertible, and SUV models. In 2005, a hybrid version of the RX crossover debuted, and additional hybrid models later joined the division’s lineup. In 2007, Lexus launched its own F marque performance division with the debut of the IS F sport sedan, followed by the LFA supercar in 2009.
From the start of production, vehicles have been produced in Japan, with manufacturing centered in the Chūbu and Kyūshū regions, and in particular at Toyota’s Tahara, Aichi, Chūbu and Miyata, Fukuoka, Kyūshū plants. Assembly of the first cars built outside the country, the Ontario, Canada-produced RX 330, began in 2003. Following a corporate reorganization from 2001 to 2005, Lexus also operates its own design, engineering, and manufacturing centers, solely responsible for the division’s vehicles.
Since the 2000s, Lexus has increased sales outside its largest market in the United States through an ongoing global expansion. The division inaugurated dealerships in Japan’s domestic market in 2005, becoming the first Japanese premium car marque to launch in its country of origin. Further debuts in Southeast Asia, Latin America, Europe, and other export regions have since followed. The division’s lineup has also been expanded to reflect regional specifications in model and powertrain configurations.