A total of 112 complaints have been filed with NHTSA for vehicles that are model year 2015 or newer. 18.8%, or 21 of those complaints have caused some degree of injury. 13.4%, or 15 were crash related, and 6.3%, or 7 complaints describe fire-related incidents.
In my 2019 jaguar f pace, i was stopped, waiting for the car in opposite lane to pass so i could cross left into my driveway. The other driver crossed the yellow lines hitting me head on at about 45 mph. My air bags never deployed. The other drivers did yet mine did not, no warnings from drive package or adaptive dynamics showed. Car is totaled, not one airbag deployed.
It started with a low coolant level sign on my dashbaord! Next thing i noticed was a leak. After, a little clicking noise took it to the dealer turns out its the coolant and has to be replaced with the hoses 3,500 worth.
Brakes failed, and battery died at full speed in a 35 mile zone, luckily slight up slope and car came to a halt. Complete battery and brake failure, the whole system shut down. No answers from jaguar, just a battery replacement. Again, brakes failed at full speed!
Ev battery caught fire after vehicle had been parked for 5 days in an interior level of an open air parking garage. Vehicle was a total loss.
Tl* the contact owns a 2020 jaguar f type. The contact received notification of nhtsa campaign number: 21v167000 (service brakes, hydraulic, electronic stability control) however, the part to do the recall repair was unavailable. The vehicle was taken to jaguar riverside (8051 auto dr, riverside, ca 92504) where it was confirmed that the part was not yet available. The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. The manufacturer was not made aware of the issue. The contact had not experienced a failure. Vin tool confirms parts not available.