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Consumer Reports magazine says it expects Toyota in January to announce plans to repair about 700,000 Lexus automobiles because the emergency trunk release can break, trapping an occupant inside.

The vehicles are the 2007-2013 Lexus ES, 2006-2012 Lexus IS, and 2013 Lexus GS models, according to the magazine, which brought the problem to the attention of the automaker and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Owners can thank 4-year-old Alexander Fisher for discovering the problem. Alexander is the son of Jake Fisher, director of automotive testing for Consumer Reports.

 



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Lexus To Fix 700,000 Faulty Trunk Releases After 4 Year Old Child Discovers Defect

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