2020: Land Rover recalls

Seven recalls for three Land Rover models in 2020


In 2020, Land Rover announced seven recalls for three models through the EU Rapex system.

Land Rover announced four recalls for the Discovery model. Among other things, the instrument panel can randomly show data in km/h or miles while driving. Insufficient contact of the battery earth cable with the body can also cause the vehicle’s lighting systems to fail.

A mild-hybrid version of the Discovery was also recalled in 2020. Electrical overload in a 48 V electrical system can lead to smouldering and fire. The same defect can occur with the Range Rover Evoque MHEV.

All the recalls sorted by models are listed in the tables below.



Land Rover recalls in 2020 by model

Discovery

PublishedIssue
Land Rover Discovery (2018 – 2020)20. 12. 2020Due to insufficient contact of the battery earth stud to the chassis, the vehicle’s lighting devices may fail, increasing the risk ... .
Land Rover Discovery Sport (2018 – 2020)20. 12. 2020Due to an error in a service software update, the Instrument Cluster (IC) may randomly display alternating speedometer and odometer units ... .
Land Rover Discovery Sport MHEV (2018 – 2020)27. 11. 2020An electrical overload in the 48Volt (V) electrical system may cause a failure of the Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor ... .
Land Rover Discovery (2019)14. 02. 2020The fixings of the second-row seat frame assembly may be missing. Consequently, the seat might not have sufficient structural integrity and ... .

All Discovery’s recalls

Range Rover

PublishedIssue
Land Rover Range Rover (2020)26. 10. 2020The Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) crossover pipe may not have been manufactured according to the specification and can crack, allowing the ... .
Land Rover Range Rover / Sport (2019)22. 01. 2020The routing of the electrical harness within the steering column assembly has insufficient clearance to the metalwork of the steering column, ... .

All Range Rover’s recalls

Range Rover Evoque

PublishedIssue
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque (2018 – 2020)20. 12. 2020Due to an error in a service software update, the Instrument Cluster (IC) may randomly display alternating speedometer and odometer units ... .
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque MHEV (2018 – 2020)27. 11. 2020An electrical overload in the 48Volt (V) electrical system may cause a failure of the Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor ... .
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque (2018 – 2020)21. 03. 2020The Emergency Call (eCall) system is incorrectly configured. As a result, the emergency service will not be contacted in the event ... .

All Range Rover Evoque’s recalls


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