4th Generation Range Rover Shock Absorber Problem

The 4th Generation Range Rover L405 by Land Rover, is designed to withstand rugged terrain, and Land Rover guarantees that they utilize the top-of-the-line auto parts in the manufacture of this SUV. Uneven terrain and differing surface types can present issues for even the most durable vehicles, so effective suspension and powerful four-wheel drive are a must. Though the Range Rover is usually mechanically worry-free, some owners have mechanical problems.

A typical complaint of new 4th Generation Range Rover owners is a problem with the suspension in the front end. Most drivers usually first notice a thud when navigating a speed bumps or uneven surface. The vehicle may also excessively bounce on bumpy terrain and a faint squeaking noise is heard. The driver may also notice that the nose of the vehicle will tend to dip downward when braking.

These symptoms are usually found in vehicles with worn out shock absorbers, but the issue is most frequently reported on 4th Generation Range Rovers with 10,000 miles or less. The culprit is usually found to be a defective part in the shock absorbers that are standard to the vehicle. Land Rover is aware of this problem and the replacement of the faulty shock absorbers is covered under the vehicle’s warranty.

The friendly technicians at your nearby auto import service center will be gladly perform this warranty repair, and advise you of any other recalls or important information related to your 4th Generation Range Rover from the vehicle manufacturer. Their dedication to customer service means your safety and satisfaction come first.

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