JLR has recently announced two separate recalls for some of its models in the United States, as they are being affected by potential faulty toe links and by damaged bolts connecting the rear hand rear suspension link arm.
According to the British based automaker, the new recall involving the Jaguar models will affected the XF, the XJ and the XK, as they are being recalled because of potentially faulty toe links. The company says that the toe links, which are being used to align the rear wheels, can separate from the sub-frame, increasing the risk of vehicle stability loss and directional control thus, which will eventually lead to a crash.
The recall is affecting just 297 units of the models mentioned above in the United States, as they are from the 2013 and 2014 model year. The recall will begin on the 27th of May. Land Rover has also announced a recall for the 2014 Range Rover Evoque, which has been produced between the 27th of November, 2013, and the 4th of December, 2013. Only two units will be affected by the potentially damaged bolts, which connect the rear hand rear suspension link arm. The repairs / replacements will be made free of charge and the recall will begin next month.