The LAND ROVER TIMING CHAIN lawsuit has been resolved on a class-wide basis and Preliminary Approval has been granted by the Court. The Class Vehicles included are model years 2012 through 2014, equipped with a 5.0 liter direct injection engine. The Class Vehicles include the LR4 and Range Rover Sport vehicles.
The Class Settlement notices have been disseminated as of on or about December 6th, 2021. Under the Settlement, Class Vehicles which experience a timing chain failure within 8 years or 100,000 miles, whichever occurs first, would be entitled to file a claim for partial reimbursement. The amount of such reimbursement is dependent on mileage and years-in-service. There is also a certain percentage of reimbursement for engine damage if caused by the timing chain failure. Claims will also require submission of proof of payment, proof of ownership or leasing, proof of the defect failure occurring within the time and mileage requirement and proof that the owner/lessee has adhered to the maintenance requirements.
You can learn more information about the Settlement on the Settlement website at: