Struggling to get your Range Rover Evoque running? Or maybe you’re shopping around for the most reliable Range Rover before you commit to your preferred model. Luckily, the expert team of automotive engineers at ART Garage Crewe have answered some of the most common Range Rover Evoque reliability questions.
From identifying the most common Range Rover Evoque faults to comparing it’s reliability to other SUVs, we can help you to find a dependable Land Rover model that lasts.
Are Range Rover Evoques reliable?
Based on the latest information from the most recent What Car? Reliability Survey, the Range Rover Evoque came second to last, finishing 38th out of 39 cars in the family SUV category. This unimpressive score was emphasised by the fact that Land Rover, as a brand, only managed position 31 out of 32 manufacturers.
Common Range Rover Evoque faults
Before you spend thousands on a Range Rover Evoque, it’s important to be prepared for some of the more probable faults. While not every Range Rover Evoque model will suffer from the below common faults, it’s well worth being aware of the potential problems – especially if you’re considering purchasing a used Range Rover Evoque.
Fuel leaks – An issue found in models that were manufactured between 5th May 2016 to 31st January 2018, these leaks can originate from the fuel rail in the engine bay.
Electrical short circuits – Affecting Evoques manufactured between 9th July 2015 and 16th October 2015 as well as those built from 4th July to 10th October 2016 and fitted with a 2.0-litre and automatic gearbox, these short circuits are caused by a damaged electrical wiring harness.
Incorrect fuel level reading – A fault found on models manufactured between 5th October 2018 and 5th March 2019, it originates from faulty parts within the fuel gauge system, leading to incorrect readings.
Emergency call system failure – Models built from the 5th July 2018 to the end of production may suffer from emergency call system failure.
Lack of steering control – Affecting Evoque models manufactured between 31st March and 25th August 2016, a bolt on the lower control arm of the front suspension could become loose affecting steering control.
If you believe that your Range Rover Evoque may be suffering from any of these common faults, it’s vital that you get it checked out by a qualified Land Rover technician to repair or replace any faulty parts.
Specialist Range Rover servicing
Here at ART Garage Crewe, we pride ourselves on our professional Land Rover servicing capabilities. Thanks to 75 years of combined experience, high-end diagnostic tests, and genuine Land Rover OEM parts, our experienced team of mechanics can efficiently solve a wide range of Range Rover Evoque reliability issues.
To learn more about our specialist Land Rover servicing or to book your Range Rover Evoque into ART Garage, please don’t hesitate to speak to a member of our team on 0127 021 4445. We also welcome enquiries sent in using our handy online contact form.
However you choose to get in touch, we’ll be in contact as soon as possible to find out more about your Range Rover servicing or repair needs.