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Jaguar XF and Land Rover Evoque Being Evaluated Following Reports of Rollaway Incidents

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating as many as 39,000 late-model Land Rover SUVs and Jaguar XF sedans following reports of rollaways that have resulted in injuries. The NHTSA's Office of Defect Investigation (ODI) indicates that it has been notified of seven incidents involving the 2012-2014 mode year Land Rover Evoque and the 2013 model year Jaguar XF…

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Land Rover Unveils 2018 Discovery

As expected, Land Rover has taken the wraps off an all-new Discovery SUV. The three-row, seven-seater will go on sale in the United States in mid-2017 for a starting price of $49,990. The new Disco is also featuring a diesel V-6 for the U.S. The fifth-generation Discovery ditches the iconic boxy shape in favor of some curves. Overall the design…

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2017 Land Rover Discovery Uncovered

Just hours ahead of its official debut, the 2017 Land Rover Discovery has leaked in its entirely. CarAdvice has snagged photos of the new Disco from an official brochure, providing just a slightly more revealing look than recent teaser shots. The new Disco will carry on the legacy of the name itself by seating seven and having some off-road capability.…

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Land Rover Teases New Discovery

Land Rover has released the first official photo of the all-new Discovery. The front-end shot showcases a Discovery that ditches the boxy, ionic Discovery look we're all familiar with in favor of some sweeping sheetmetal lines. The preview apparently serves as a precursor to a Discovery that will not be an evolution of the past. "Land Rover's design and engineering…

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Jaguar Land Rover Suing Chinese Automaker Jiangling Motor For Cloning Evoque

A source with knowledge of the proceedings reports that Jaguar Land Rover is taking legal action against Chinese automaker Jiangling Motor. The lawsuit alleges that Jiangling's Landwind X7 sport utility vehicle copies the design of the Range Rover Evoque. The legal move is rare among foreign automakers operating in China, a nation where counterfeit products are prevalent and efforts to…

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