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Jaguar F-Pace Recall: Addressing Oil Filter Housing Issue with Complimentary Repairs

Jaguar F-Pace Recall
Jaguar F-Pace Recall

Attention Jaguar F-Pace owners with vehicles built between late November and December of 2023! A potential safety hazard has been identified with a limited number of SUVs produced at Jaguar’s Solihull plant in the UK.

The issue concerns the oil filter housing, which was manufactured using incorrect plastic specifications. This faulty material can develop cracks over time, causing engine oil to leak.

Leaked oil poses a double threat: it can drip onto hot engine components, increasing the risk of fire, and also create a slippery hazard on the road.

Jaguar is making a decisive turn towards electrification, announcing its first all-electric vehicle by year’s end with production set for 2025.

Jaguar F-Pace Recall

Jaguar F-Pace Recall (Jaguar)

This electric push comes as the automaker addresses a recent recall for certain F-Pace SUVs. While F-Pace owners can check their VINs to see if their car is affected by the oil filter housing issue, with dealerships offering complimentary repairs, Jaguar’s bigger picture is on a future powered by batteries.

This new electric vehicle, expected to debut by the end of 2024, is just the first step. Built on a new platform designed specifically for electric cars, the upcoming Jaguar promises an impressive range of over 430 miles on a single charge.

With a starting price of around $126,000, this luxury electric car is poised to compete with established players in the high-end market. This electric grand tourer is also expected to be joined by electric versions of the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport, solidifying Jaguar’s commitment to a zero-emission future.

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