Land Rover POWER TRAIN Complaints

Land Rover POWER TRAIN Complaints
    • 66 Complaints
    • 13 Crashes
    • 0 Fires
    • 5 Injuries
    • 0 Fatalities
    • Consumers have filed a total of 66 complaints related to Land Rover POWER TRAIN.

    Recent Complaints

    Parts: UNKNOWN OR OTHERPOWER TRAINFORWARD COLLISION AVOIDANCE
    • Date of Incident: Feb-22, 2021
    • Date complaint filed: 00:00 Mar-01, 2021

    VEHICLE ROLLED BACK WHEN IN THE PARK POSITION. VEHICLE HAD NO OCCUPANTS. VEHICLE PARKED ON AN INCLINE. ROLL BACK OCCURRED SEVERAL MINUTES AFTER SHIFTER WAS PLACED IN THE PARK POSITION AND MINUTES AFTER I EXITED THE VEHICLE. EXTREMELY WORRISOME. 2018 Land Rover Discovery*DT*JB

    Parts: POWER TRAIN
    • Date of Incident: Nov-30, 2020
    • Date complaint filed: 12:25 Feb-23, 2021

    Rear differential needed to be replaced with less then 40,000 miles. No extreme driving, mainly city driving. No lights or warnings, just a rubbing noise. Took it to a dealer and outside mechanic, both confirmed it needed to be replaced.

    2020 Land Rover RANGE ROVER SPORT
    Parts: POWER TRAINELECTRICAL SYSTEM
    • Date of Incident: Jan-06, 2021
    • Date complaint filed: 00:00 Jan-28, 2021

    Tl* the contact owns a 2020 land rover range rover sport. The contact stated that while driving at 65 mph, the instrument cluster ceased. The contact stated that the vehicle jerked forward as the accelerator pedal was depressed. No warning light was illuminated. The vehicle was taken to land rover naples (900 tamiami trl n, naples, fl 34102, (888)761-4319) where it was diagnosed and determined that the software needed to be updated. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure recurred six times. There was no remedy for the failure. The manufacturer was notified of the failure and provided the contact with a case number. The failure mileage was approximately 6,700.

    Parts: POWER TRAIN
    • Date of Incident: Nov-01, 2020
    • Date complaint filed: 17:08 Jan-24, 2021

    While driving, my car will unexpectedly shift into neutral. Each time this has happened on deceleration and is accompanied by a "reselect gear" alert on the dash and an alarm (dinging) noise. This has happed 5-6 times in 3 months. I have to force the shifter out of d and into n then back to d and it will continue driving. I have taken in into the land rover dealership 2 times for a total of almost 6 weeks combined, and they have not been able to figure out the issue or get the fault to replicate. There is a recall for my same make and model, just not my vin, that is exactly the same as what my car is doing.

    Parts: POWER TRAINELECTRICAL SYSTEM
    • Date of Incident: Jul-01, 2020
    • Date complaint filed: 00:00 Jan-07, 2021

    TL* THE CONTACT OWNS A 2017 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque. THE CONTACT STATED THAT THE VEHICLE EXPERIENCED MULTIPLE ELECTRICAL SENSOR FAILURES WITH SEVERAL WARNING MESSAGES DISPLAYED ON THE INSTRUMENT PANEL. AFTER EACH FAILURE, THE VEHICLE WAS TAKEN TO LAND ROVER PARAMUS (405 NJ-17, PARAMUS, NJ 07652) WHERE THE VEHICLE WAS SERVICED FOR EACH FAILURE. ON ONE OCCASION, THE CONTACT STATED THAT WHILE AT A COMPLETE STOP, THE VEHICLE STALLED WITHOUT WARNING WITH THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL DEPRESSED. DUE TO THE FAILURE, THE VEHICLE WAS TOWED BACK TO THE SAME DEALER WHERE THE VEHICLE REPAIRED AGAIN. RECENTLY, THE CONTACT STATED THAT THE STALLING FAILURE RECURRED, AND THE VEHICLE WAS TOWED BACK TO THE SAME DEALER WHERE IT REMAINED IN THE DEALER POSSESSION. THE MANUFACTURER WAS NOTIFIED OF THE FAILURE AND OFFERED NO ASSISTANCE. THE VEHICLE WAS NOT REPAIRED. THE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS 2,643.

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