How did you get on with JLR , which dealer did you go to.I’ve just joined this unfortunate club. Late 2016 2.0D. Owned from new. 92kilometre genuine mileage. Turbo went without any warning but now dealer is saying it needs a new engine. Would appreciate any thoughts on a few questions.
1.Do we think Jaguar would foot some/all of the new engine cost?
2. Is this really common?
3. Will the car ever be the same?
Many thanks in advance
Another post above about this. My turbo unit on a 2017 2.0D AWD R-Sport with 55k miles failed last week. I went to Listers Jaguar Solihull, first time there, who immediately referred the case to JLR warranty CRC team, the dealer argued to get offered 80% cover of replacement turbo, engine and DPF as the turbo shreded engine and DPF when it failed. I then argued my case with CRC and then the manager of the team who have now covered 100% of repair.How did you get on with JLR , which dealer did you go to.