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Incorrect Tire Pressure Information Leads to Range Rover Sport Recall

Range Rover Sport Recall; Are Your Affected?

1,087 model year 2020-2021 Range Rover Sport vehicles with 19-inch wheels are being recalled by Land Rover.

According to reports, the tire inflation pressure label and the tire placard label contain the wrong tire pressure information for the car.

Because of these faulty labels, there could be a failure in inflating the tires with the right pressure. As a result, the stability and control of the driver on his/her vehicle can be lost. Thus, increasing the chances of being involved in a crash.

Are you an owner of a Range Rover Sport vehicle mentioned above? Have you experienced any issues? Let us know your thoughts on this recent recall.

What You Need To Do

Land Rover confirmed that they will inform the owners of the recalled vehicle. Meanwhile, dealers will handle the application of correct labels free of charge.

The recall is set to start on November 13, 2020.

For owners who may have additional questions, they can call the Land Rover customer service at (800) 369-1000. The number of Land Rover’s recall is N491.

Editor’s note on the Range Rover Sport Recall:

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