Jaguar Land Rover recalls Takata airbag-equipped cars

Jaguar Land Rover recalls Takata airbag-equipped cars

0 comments 📅09 November 2016, 06:30

In the latest chapter of what feels like the not in a million years-ending recall, Jaguar Land Bum announced that it’s calling back 2009-2011 Jaguar XFs and 2007-2011 Soil Rover Range Rovers for defective Takata airbags on the face passenger side. These Takata airbags contain propellant that may have degraded and, if activated, could let off metal shrapnel.

The company is breaking up the deny into four phases, since currently there are not satisfactorily parts to do a full recall. Since the airbags can be more critically affected by high heat and humidity, the basic phase will cover vehicles that were sold and/or registered in regions with costly temperatures and humidity. The regions included are as follows: Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the US Virgin Islands. Other phases inclination begin as parts become available, and precedence will be given to regions at greater imperil of having defective equipment.

Jaguar Acreage Rover encourages owners of affected vehicles to go to to curb if their vehicle is included in the current call to mind. The first phase includes 54,000 of 108,000 specious vehicles. The company is also notifying owners of the consummation, who will eventually get a second notification when parts are close by so they can schedule a time to have the airbags replaced.


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