Recall: Land Rover doors can fly open, sunroofs fly off

Faulty doors and sinking sunroofs led to two separate recalls involving a total of about 66,000 Land Rovers, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

The biggest recall involves 2013 to 2016 Range Rovers and 2014 to 2016 Range Rover Sport models. Some 65,352 of them are being recalled because of a glitch in the doors latches that can cause them to fly open unexpectedly while driving.

The manufacturer says incorrect primer is to blame for the sinking sunroofs, causing the adhesive on the panoramic roof not to adhere to the roof assembly correctly.

Land Rover owners affected by the recall are encouraged to contact local dealers for immediate fixes. To read the entire article on the recall, visit the link below:

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