Land Rover – Common Problems

The most common Land Rover problems


Problems solved during Land Rover’s recalls do not usually determine the reliability of the vehicle itself. Even the common-recalled model can be a good choice, and vice versa.

However, it is good to be informed for what problems the manufacturer has recalled most often. At least to know whether the defect was fixed by the previous owner, when buying a second-hand car. You should check your vehicle VIN with your nearest Land Rover dealer using our special page.

The most common Land Rover´s problems by model

Useful links

If you wish to know more about possible problems of a specific car (e.g. real mileage, potential traffic accidents damages, odometer rollback, repairs, etc.), then we suggest going to HPI-Check.

Check the vehicle’s history

Common Problems > Land Rover Recalls

28. 10. 2022

The front collision sensors may not have been fitted correctly. This can cause the safety belt restraint system to malfunction, leading … .

24. 10. 2022

Defective welding involving the vehicle’s axle may cause the weld to break which can lead to a loss of mechanical resistance … .

01. 10. 2022

Improperly tightened diesel particulate filter mounting frame fittings may lead to loosening or detachment of the fittings, which will cause stress … .

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