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hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
73,328 miles

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2010 Land Rover Range Rover engine problems

engine problem

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2010 Land Rover Range Rover Owner Comments

problem #1

Jun 132013

Range Rover

  • 73,328 miles


My 2010 Range rover suddenly and without any warning stopped functioning on the highway. My dash board went dark and the engine turned off. We completely loss control of the car with a total systems failure. Two accidents were nearly avoided. My car was taken to reeves import motorcars for inspection, investigation and testing to find out what was the cause. Reeves had my car for about 6 days and stated the car was safe to drive and they could not find any reason for the sudden dash board and engine failure. Additionally, on many occasions reeves confirmed that they checked key engine fluid levels including oil and found that the oil level was satisfactory. Reeves provided a Land Rover multi-point inspection report which directly lists the oil fluid level as "ok." Five days after reeves gave us back our car in June, the Range rover shut down again on a major highway. We towed it to another Land Rover dealership and repair shop two hours away from and this dealership confirmed that my Range rover only had 3.5 qts instead of the required 8.1 qts. This new Land Rover repair shop also confirmed that there were no signs of any oil leaks. We were told the low oil level locked the engine up and now my car needs a new engine. My safety concern is whether an electrical malfunction, including faulty oil warning lights or sensors, caused multiple factory trained technicians to miss the fact that there was a dangerously low oil level. Has this type of engine failure presented in any other land rovers or Range rovers across the country. I am very concerned the electrical and/or engine problem will continue to be hazard on the highway.

- Tampa, FL, USA

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