Jaguar Land Rover Recalls Vehicles in China7. February 2017
Jaguar Land Rover will start a recall of 6,439 vehicles in China. The reason for the recall is to replace defective safety belts, which reportedly may not work properly in the event of an accident. As you can read in our previous news, safety belts in China are assigned as a top high priority.
According to the Chinese authorities of the AQSIQ (General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine), the following Jaguar Land Rover vehicles are affected by the default safety belts.
- 1554 Range Rover vehicles imported between 2016 and 2017
- 3438 imported Range Rover Sport Series, which were produced between 12/07/2016 – 26/10/2016
- 1132 Jaguar XE vehicles which were produced between 13/07/2016 – 07/12/2016 and imported into China in 2017
The car manufacturer stated immediately that all the vehicles concerned are going to be inspected. Defective components will be replaced free of charge. Each vehicle that has been repaired will be logged into the Jaguar database in order to ensure that all affected vehicles are properly fixed.
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