Land Rover STEERING Complaints

Land Rover STEERING Complaints
    • 15 Complaints
    • 2 Crashes
    • 1 Fires
    • 2 Injuries
    • 0 Fatalities
    • Consumers have filed a total of 15 complaints related to Land Rover STEERING.

    Recent Complaints

    Parts: STEERINGUNKNOWN OR OTHERVISIBILITY/WIPER
    • Date of Incident: Apr-01, 2021
    • Date complaint filed: 17:24 Apr-01, 2021

    The windshield is leaking onto the steering and electrical panel. When we took the vehicle to land rover, they told us that the car was out of warranty (4 months ago) and that it would cost us $1,900. We've only had this car for 3 years and have also had to replace the motor and transmission.

    Parts: STEERING
    • Date of Incident: Mar-09, 2021
    • Date complaint filed: 15:47 Mar-10, 2021

    13,865 miles on vehicle and the steering rack breaks. This is an expensive fix that should not have broken at 13,865 miles.

    Parts: STEERINGENGINEELECTRICAL SYSTEM
    • Date of Incident: Jan-24, 2021
    • Date complaint filed: 17:56 Jan-24, 2021

    Car blacks out stall while driving after clicking sound on right side of car

    2020 Land Rover DEFENDER
    Parts: STEERINGSERVICE BRAKESENGINE
    • Date of Incident: Nov-22, 2020
    • Date complaint filed: 00:08 Nov-23, 2020

    Total brake and steering loss at 60mph.. I can send you the screen shots tomorrow/ november 23rd (prom the photos taken on my son's phone of the dashboard notice... Plus a virtual ghost-like abrupt take over of lane assistance despite my having turned that off!

    2020 Land Rover DEFENDER
    Parts: STEERING
    • Date of Incident: Sep-20, 2020
    • Date complaint filed: 11:04 Sep-21, 2020

    While driving on straight highway, the vehicle? S lane keep assist feature which was turned off (the default position) activated automatically without driver input or warning and caused the steering wheel to turn and abruptly moved the vehicle from side to side. This required the driver to take corrective action to force the vehicle to remain straight. A considerable amount of force was required to override the automatic steering action.

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