When it comes to representing luxury, Land Rover is one of the premiere brands in the auto world. From celebrities to business owners, there are many people who purchase Land Rover vehicles.
Although Land Rovers are popular, they are not without their share of problems. In fact, Land Rovers have been the subject of many recalls, investigations and complaints. Here are the most common Land Rover problems. If you are experei
In North Dallas Plano, Addison/Carrollton area, Range Rovers are almost as common as Honda’s and Nissan. Land Rovers have been called many things, but reliable is not one of them. A common problem that Land Rovers share is related to air suspension. The purpose of air suspension is to improve the way Land Rovers ride. When customers purchase their vehicles, they are impressed with the smooth feeling ride of their Land Rover. However, after 4-6 years (or 50-75,00 miles) on the road, Land Rover’s suspension will begin deteriorate due to sagging air bags.
Electrical systems and oil leaks are not problems you would expect to have when investing 60-120k in a luxry SUV. It is common for customers to report these issues. Common problems in these areas include head gasket failures, heater core failures. Land Rovers are known for leaking oil. This can happen before the vehicle reaches 60,000 miles. Areas of oil leak include oil cooler lines and valve cover gaskets.
There is a tendency for the sunroofs in Land Rovers to leak due to pinched sunroof drains. In some instances, customers have reported this problem in less than 55,000 miles.
Customers have also reported parking brake failures and screeching sounds when the parking brake is used. Over time, the Land Rover’s parking brake will get out of alignment and need to be readjusted.