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Claim compensation for faulty Jaguar Land Rover DPF systems

UK law firms are standing up to Jaguar Land Rover, alleging that over one million customers may be entitled to a staggering £3 billion due to faulty exhaust systems.

The case centres around the claim that Jaguar Land Rover installed a defective diesel particulate filter (DPF) system into several of its vehicles. As a result, drivers may have experienced excessive maintenance costs and increased risks to their safety. The affected cars were also likely to be worth less than drivers paid for them.

If you have owned or leased a new or used Jaguar Land Rover, you could be eligible for compensation.

What was wrong with the Jaguar Land Rover DPF system?

A diesel particulate filter (DPF) helps to reduce harmful emissions from diesel cars. Legislation introduced in 2009 effectively made DPFs mandatory in all modern diesel cars. However people who bought Jaguar Land Rover diesel-powered vehicles manufactured between 2017 and 2022 began to experience issues caused by faulty DPFs.

The DPF systems in certain Jaguar Land Rover models experienced excessive clogging and reliability problems. These issues led to engine performance problems, increased fuel consumption, and even engine damage if not addressed promptly.

Jaguar Land Rover acknowledged the problem and initiated software updates and warranty extensions to rectify the issues and improve the performance of affected vehicles. However, for many drivers, it was too little, too late.

Many Jaguar Land Rover drivers had to pay hefty repair bills ranging from £1,000 to £3,500 for a new filter. Some were even forced to pay for engine replacements.

Standing up for Jaguar Land Rover drivers

At Join the Claim, we are standing up for affected drivers and holding Jaguar Land Rover to account. No drivers should be left out of pocket because of the flawed DPF system.

If you owned or leased an affected vehicle with a DPF system, you may be eligible for compensation. This includes new and used car buyers.

Our simple eligibility checker provides instant clarity. Answer a few straightforward questions, and you’ll know if you qualify for a Jaguar Land Rover DPF group action claim. It’s free to use and there is no obligation to proceed.

If eligible, and you want to make a claim, sign up with us and we’ll find a no-win, no-fee Jaguar Land Rover group action for you to join.

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to be part of this movement seeking justice for affected Jaguar Land Rover drivers. Sign up and ensure that your voice is heard in the fight against faulty exhaust systems.

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