Jaguar Land Rover said it is recalling 492 2012-2013 Land Rover LR4 models because of an ineffective primer that can cause the vehicles’ panoramic roofs to detach, increasing the risk of a crash. Jaguar Land Rover said it will apply the correct primer to impacted vehicles, at no cost to owners.
Last August, the luxury automaker recalled 17,095 Land Rover LR2 vehicles and 23,539 Range Rover Evoque vehicles because of a problem with a component within the electronic system that detects whether passengers are sitting in the front side passenger seat, resulting in the air bag being totally or partially disabled.
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