The Range Rover is the flagship luxury sports utility vehicle produced by Jaguar Land Rover, part of the Tata Motors Group. Originally launched in 1970, the Range Rover model line has grown to include designs such as the Range Rover Evoque, Range Rover Velar, and the Range Rover Sport. Despite being positioned as a luxury SUV, however, the Range Rover is plagued by reliability issues and defects.
Timothy Abeel & Associates, P.C. routinely handles Lemon Law claims for Range Rover owners and lessees throughout all of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Trenton. We are well versed in applicable state Lemon Laws and federal warranty laws and have a proven track of pursuing successful claims. If your Range Rover has been in for multiple repairs or out of service for an extended period of time, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Some of the most common complaints by Range Rover owners and lessees concern problems with the drivetrain, electrical systems, fuel system, engines, suspensions and exterior accessories.
Range Rover Defects Attorney
When consumers purchase a vehicle under the Jaguar badge, they expect a high-level of performance and luxury. Nonetheless, defects in a variety of Range Rover models has led to a number of recalls. Even after vehicles has been brought to authorized dealers for repairs, it is not uncommon for defects to be left unresolved.
If you purchased or leased a Range Rover that has had ongoing repair problems or has been out of service for an extended period of time, the consumer law attorneys at Timothy Abeel & Associates. P.C. can help. Consumers In New Jersey and Pennsylvania have powerful legal recourse to pursue claims under state Lemon Laws and federal warranty law.
We will conduct a thorough investigation to determine whether you have a valid claim and help you obtain significant compensation. Depending on the nature of the defects and other factors, you may be entitled to a replacement vehicle, a repurchase or cash compensation, as well as reasonable attorney’s fees and costs.
Although automakers have an obligation to properly handle recalls and repairs, consumers are at a disadvantage when they take a vehicle in for multiple repairs. We know that the time lost when a vehicle is out of service can be a frustrating experience, but you have rights as a consumer. If you believe you have a Range Rover Lemon Law claim, call our office today for a free consultation or fill out the contact form on our website.
Recent model year Range Rover are experiencing the following defects:
In March 2017, Jaguar Land Rover recalled certain 2016 Range Rovers because the frontal passenger airbag inflator initiator may fail to ignite during a crash, resulting in injuries to vehicle occupants.
This recall came on the heels of an earlier airbag related recall in January because the propellant in the airbag inflator may degrade over time. This could cause the inflator to rupture on deployment, sending metal shrapnel through the airbag that could result in serious injury or death of occupants. Dealers were instructed to replace the defective airbags.
In December 2016, certain model year 2016-2017 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport vehicles were recalled. The vehicles were equipped with seatbelt pretensioners that may not function properly in an accident, leaving occupants inadequately restrained and at an increased risk of injury. Land Rover agreed to inspect and replace the front seatbelt assembly.
In December 2016, Jaguar Land Rover recalled certain model-year 2016-2017 Range Rover Evoque SUVS because the front lower control-arm fasteners could fail, leading to a separation of the steering knuckle. This could adversely affect vehicle handling, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers were instructed to replace the hardware that connects the front lower control arm to the knuckle.
In October 2015, certain model-year 2014 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport SUVs were recalled because the second-row seatback may not latch properly. This could cause the seatbelt to not properly restrain the occupant, increasing the risk of injury. Dealers were instructed to inspect the second-row seat mechanism and replace it as required.
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