Range Rover Recall: Nearly 4000 Cars affected

Land Rover voluntarily recalls about 4000 cars.

Land Rover North America is conducting a Range Rover recall. Affected are Range Rover SUVs of 2013-2014 model years. It should be noted that about 3,912 vehicles are affected by this voluntary recall.


The automaker is conducting the recall due to the problem with the connector for the seat-mounted airbags that may detach not letting the airbag deploy in the event of a collision. However, the thing is that the dash and steering wheel airbags do not have this problem. Only driver and passenger seat side airbags may malfunction. However, the issue is serious enough for the automaker to start a recall.


Land Rover North America will start sending consumer notification letters on January 17, 2014. The dealers will repair the defective cars free of charge for the affected owners.

If you want to know more about the Range Rover recall, you can contact the automaker at 1-800-637-6837 for more details.

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