Investigation and pending class action against Land Rover of North America alleging that Land Rover LR3 model tires are wearing unevenly and prematurely, thus, causing owners and lessees to replace the tires after a very short life-span.
On average, it appears that consumers' tires are wearing unevenly especially on the inside of the tires and many have to replace the tires prematurely. Land Rover issued a technical service bulletin LA 204-005 in the US in October 2006, which covers VINS from 5A000360 to 6A403382. The TSB states that uneven tire wear may be caused by a degree of bush settle that affects the geometry of the tires increasing tire wear. In October 2006, Land Rover also issued TSB LS 204-008 in the United States, which covers Range Rover (LS) VIN Nos. 6A900129 to 6A970174. TSB LS 204-008 likewise attributes premature tire wear in these vehicles to the steering alignment geometry of the affected vehicles experiencing 'bushing settlement.'
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Land Rover manufacturers SUVs and other automobiles.
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