3-year unlimited mileage warranty*
Your Land Rover is a feat of engineering, design and development. If any part of it needs repairing or replacing due to a manufacturing defect during these first three years, it’ll be done free of charge by any Approved Service Centre.
Your tyres are covered separately by the tyre manufacturer. However, your Approved Service Centre can help you with any claim.
Genuine Land Rover accessories are also covered by the same new vehicle warranty, providing they are fitted by an Approved Service Centre within one month or 1000miles/1600km, whichever comes first.
As a Land Rover owner
There’s a lot you can do as an owner to keep your warranty valid.
Your owner’s handbook and service portfolio sets out how to take proper care of your Land Rover. It’s your responsibility to make sure your vehicle gets the maintenance it needs, using materials that meet Land Rover’s engineering specs. You could be risking your warranty if you don’t carry out necessary maintenance, including regular cleaning of bodywork, as per Land Rover’s service intervals.
The sooner problems are spotted, the easier they’re fixed. So take your vehicle to an Approved Service Centre as soon as possible; this helps avoid further damage and additional repairs.
And remember to keep any paperwork and receipts for maintenance or repairs, and always get any work recorded in your service portfolio.
Any questions? Need help?
Here’s the number for Land Rover Assistance: 0800 521 786. That’s a free number, so worth saving to your mobile.
If you have any questions about any detail of your vehicle’s warranty, your local Approved Service Centre will be happy to help.
While your warranty is as robust as your Land Rover, it doesn’t cover all items, such as those subject to adjustment or replacement during normal service or maintenance operations. Likewise, it won’t cover repair or replacement required as a direct result of:
- Normal wear and tear
- Failure to properly maintain the vehicle in accordance with Land Rover's maintenance schedules and service instructions
- Refilling or topping-up with incorrect fuel, e.g. petrol used instead of diesel
- Failure to use Land Rover specified parts or fluids (or parts of equivalent quality)
- Damage resulting from neglect, accident, or improper use
- Unauthorised modifications of the vehicle or parts (modifications outside of Land
Your Land Rover warranty isn’t liable for inconvenience, loss of transport, lost time or any other incidental or consequential damage that you, or anyone else, might incur as a result of a defect that is covered.