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Lexus Components

Land Rover LogoWith so much attention to detail designed and manufactured into these vehicles, it's no wonder "L" enthusiasts are fanatical about proper maintenance and maximum performance. Tech-savvy owners often will buy only genuine OEM Lexus parts online, which are the exact same components sold at the Lexus dealer but without the outrageous price markup. Discount aftermarket replacements are another good option, since aftermarket means the components are nearly identical to OEM genuine parts, but are much less expensive because they are not marked with the trademarked logo and don't come in a dealership box. Installing a used part purchased online is usually a poor choice because most used pieces are already well into their lifespan and may fail at any time, yet cost just as much to have installed as brand new genuine or aftermarket parts online. Why pay to have used items installed over and over again when you can have the peace of mind that comes with aftermarket or genuine OEM parts?

The CPD warehouse offers a wide variety of online genuine and aftermarket Lexus parts. Simply review our web site catalog, choose your components, place your order, and your package will be shipped quickly to you or your professional mechanic's repair facility. Find out how much you can save using an online retailer today!

History of Lexus

Toyota is renowned for quality, but its Lexus vehicle division takes the art of automobile part refinement and customer care to a whole new level. Launched in 1983 by Toyota chairman Eiji Toyoda, the new division sought to compete with the best luxury performance vehicles, including the likes of BMW, Jaguar and Mercedes-Benz. Toyota developed the Lexus "F1" project in secret, designing the car that would become the LS400 for upscale buyers who they believed would choose higher quality and superior service over European sports sedan cachet.

Headquartered in Aichi and manufactured in Tahara, Japan, Lexus vehicles are meticulously crafted to some of the tightest tolerances in the industry by highly-skilled, veteran technicians known as "takumi", which is Japanese for "artisan". The vehicles are then subjected to stringent quality control procedures, which includes testing engine power and vibration output, visual inspections for defects, and high-speed driving tests. "The Pursuit of Perfection" is more than just a slogan at the company; it's the mission and is reflected in the top rankings for customer service and vehicle reliability by J.D. Power and Associates. Lexus parts dealers are even trained at a special facility in Shizuoka, Japan to ensure customer service is held to the highest standards world-wide. And last but certainly not least, the automaker has been extremely competitive in motorsports, winning a variety of races from Grand-Am to Super GT to Touring series, including more than fifteen Rolex Series races.