The Fifth Generation Range Rover (L460) represents a continuation of Land Rover's commitment to blending luxury, technology and off-road prowess. Introduced in 2021, it builds upon the legacy of its predecessors by featuring a sleek and modern design, a sumptuous and tech-forward interior with a heavy emphasis on sustainability, and advanced suspension technology for a smooth ride on various terrains. Some common fault with the 5th generation include:
Suspension Fault: Some owners have complained of a suspension fault code showing up on cold starts. Generally with a software update this can fix itself, but you should have it looked at by a qualified Land Rover service center.
Battery Issues: Battery issues of no power or low battery have been reported by some owners due to a “defense mechanism” these batteries have if the charge is over a specific voltage. Best to buy a new battery and go from there.
If you have encountered any of these issues with your 5th Generation Range Rover, please make an appointment with a specialized import mechanic. They will be gladly evaluate your SUV and recommend the proper repairs, more quickly and cheaply than a trip to a Land Rover dealer.
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