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Darius 03-14-2019 02:20 PM

JLR recalls 44,000 vehicles in the UK
 
Jaguar Land Rover is sending out a voluntary recall of around 44,000 vehicles due to an issue with carbon dioxide emissions. It seems to only affect models that were manufactured in the UK between 2016 and 2019. More than 10 vehicles in their lineup have been found to be emitting more carbon dioxide than the prescribed limits, including the E Pace. Both 2l petrol and diesel engines are suspected. 44,000 Jaguar Land Rover vehicles recalled over carbon dioxide emissions - Overdrive

JagMan 03-15-2019 08:06 PM

its no wonder why they slip on quality studies, everyone I now that has owned a JLR product had to deal with recalls, now most don't own a Jag or Range

Surge 03-19-2019 11:08 AM

Hopefully the majority of affected models can be fixed with a software update as they have suggested. Getting this resolved for brand new owners of 2019 models should be a top priority.

JagMan 03-21-2019 03:56 PM

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Originally Posted by Surge (Post 12397)
Hopefully the majority of affected models can be fixed with a software update as they have suggested. Getting this resolved for brand new owners of 2019 models should be a top priority.

I bet it won't come as much of a hit to their bottom line once more EV's are released because already they've been the biggest builder of charging stations in the UK.

Darius 03-24-2019 10:25 AM

Losing buyer confidence isn't going to help with the sales of their newer models. Recalls affect every automaker, but its time for JLR to move away from diesel altogether.

JagMan 04-01-2019 04:54 AM

I think JLR needs a different strategy entirely for all of its models because right now even their SUV's don't seem to be producing that well. Sedans neither, so much to the point they're chopping sedans from the line up.
Germans are taking the lead in all segments


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