Our legal panel are currently examining allegations suggesting that Lexus manipulated diesel emissions data to pass regulatory inspections. Should these claims be proven, Lexus customers in the UK might qualify for Lexus Diesel Emission Compensation. Learn more below.


In recent revelations that have sent shockwaves through the car manufacturing industry, Lexus, under the umbrella of Toyota Motor Corporation, finds itself at the centre of allegations concerning diesel emissions data manipulation.

If you own a Lexus diesel vehicle, you may be directly impacted by these allegations. If the allegations are true, by lodging a Lexus diesel emission claim, our panel aim to address potential discrepancies and secure fair compensation for affected owners.

Discover more about how you can join this important legal action and stand up for your rights as a UK Lexus owner.

What Is The Allegation Of Lexus Falsifying Their Emissions?

The allegation against Lexus concerns the accusation that the luxury car manufacturer, a division of Toyota, manipulated diesel emissions data to pass regulatory tests. This manipulation is said to involve the use of software or devices that alter the vehicle's performance during testing conditions to meet environmental and emissions standards.

In reality, it is alleged that these vehicles would emit pollutants at levels significantly higher than what is legally permitted and what was reported during the testing phase.

Such actions, if proven true, would not only mislead consumers and regulatory bodies but also contribute to environmental harm, contradicting global efforts to reduce vehicle emissions and combat air pollution. These serious allegations prompt investigations and potential legal actions aimed at holding Lexus accountable for any deceitful practices related to diesel emissions.

Our legal panel are currently investigating bringing forward Lexus Diesel Claims.

What Are Lexus Diesel Emission Claims?

Lexus diesel emission claims refer to legal action initiated by UK owners of Lexus diesel vehicles who allege that the company manipulated emissions data to meet regulatory standards.

These claims stem from accusations that Lexus, and by extension Toyota, its parent company, employed software or devices to alter the performance of diesel engines during emissions testing.

Such manipulations, often referred to as "defeat devices," would make the vehicles appear compliant with environmental regulations when, in fact, they emitted pollutants at levels far exceeding legal limits under normal driving conditions.

The essence of these claims is that Lexus may have engaged in deceptive practices, misleading consumers about the environmental performance and compliance of their vehicles. Vehicle owners pursuing these claims seek to hold Lexus accountable for any potential wrongdoing and to obtain compensation for the diminished value of their vehicles, increased fuel consumption, and any additional costs incurred due to the alleged emissions manipulation.

Lexus Emission claims also aim to ensure transparency and honesty in the automotive industry, particularly concerning environmental impact and vehicle emissions standards.

How Much Compensation Can I Receive for a Lexus Emissions Claim?

While specific compensation amounts for Lexus emissions claims are yet to be determined, precedents in similar cases suggest that successful claimants may receive significant settlements, in the thousands of pounds.

Compensation can cover various aspects, including vehicle depreciation, increased fuel consumption, and any costs related to emissions compliance. Our legal panel is committed to securing the best possible outcome for our clients and will keep you informed as the case progresses.

Lexus Keyless Entry Compensation Claims

A separate but equally concerning issue involves Lexus models vulnerable to theft due to keyless entry system flaws. Investigations, including a notable one by BBC Watchdog, have highlighted the ease with which certain Lexus models can be stolen, prompting legal claims for compensation.

This vulnerability allows unauthorized individuals to easily bypass the vehicle’s security features using devices that exploit weaknesses in the keyless entry system. As a result, affected Lexus vehicles can be quickly and quietly stolen, often without any signs of forced entry or damage, leaving owners at a significant loss and potential risk.

Owners of Lexus models impacted by this keyless entry flaw are seeking compensation for the diminished security and value of their vehicles. The compensation claims aim to address the financial loss, inconvenience, and increased insurance premiums that may result from this recognized security flaw.

Owners affected by these security vulnerabilities are encouraged to join the group action against Lexus for failing to adequately protect their vehicles. You can keep updated by signing up to our Lexus Mailing List on this page.

BBC Watchdog Investigation On Lexus Keyless Thefts

The BBC Watchdog investigation highlighted the ease with which the CAN Invader can compromise the vehicle’s security, particularly targeting models equipped with smart keys.

Expert law firms have estimated that over 120,000 vehicles sold in the UK since 2012 could be at risk, including popular models such as the:

  • Toyota Land Cruiser
  • RAV4
  • C-HR

Various Lexus lines including;

  • LC
  • RC
  • RX
  • ES
  • GS
  • NX
  • LS
  • UX


If you have experienced theft or attempted theft of your Toyota or Lexus vehicle due to this security vulnerability, you may be eligible to join the legal claim against Toyota/Lexus. Affected individuals are encouraged to express their interest by joining our mailing list and seek further information on how to participate in the claim for compensation.

Toyota and Lexus said in a statement that it had proactively targeted owners with letters about the problem within the M25 where the problems first started.

‘Intelligence showed the area saw a concentration of vehicle crime and the protective plates have always been available to any dealer across the UK and were ordered and dispatched as requested,’ said a spokesperson.

‘In terms of widespread awareness, we are, of course, bound by GDPR and, as a result, only able to write to customers from whom we have permission to do so.’

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