Jaguar Recalls 19,943 Vehicles in China

Problems with the brakes and lights prompted Jaguar Land Rover China (JLRC) to recall 19,943 faulty automobiles on mainland China, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine said.

China’s top quality supervisor added that the recall, which started from 5 August, involves JLRC vehicles made from March 2005 through July 2012.

The administration said the recall was issued as one or both front brake hoses of the affected vehicles could rupture and cause the loss of brake fluid.

The fault could lead to brake failure and light problems, the quality supervisor added.

According to a Xinhua report, Jaguar Land Rover China will replace the faulty components at no cost to owners. – BusinessNewsAsia.com

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