2019 Range Rover



This list is not exhaustive.

Jaguar Land Rover Limited offers no warranty and is not responsible for any repair or replacement to the vehicle, part or accessory that is required as a direct result of:

  • Any modification to the vehicle, components, parts, or accessories, including any engine performance enhancement modifications, in particular, chip tuning, which are not authorised by Jaguar Land Rover Limited.

  • Normal wear and tear. Includes brake pads, brake discs, and any other friction related components. The list is not exhaustive.

  • Defects caused by misuse of the vehicle, such as (but not limited to) driving over kerbs, overloading, motorsport/racing events, using the vehicle as a stationary power source or for any other purpose than normal, private or commercial use.

  • Damage caused by neglect, accident, collision, fire, flood, theft, freezing, vandalism, riot, explosion, objects striking the vehicle or improper use.

  • Damage due to the failure of another part on the vehicle.

  • Damage caused during maintenance.

  • Failure to properly maintain the vehicle, part, or accessory, in accordance with Jaguar Land Rover maintenance schedules and service instructions.

  • Failure to use Jaguar Land Rover specified parts, oils, lubricants, or fluids during a warranty repair, or parts of equivalent quality during a authorised retailer repair.


    Failure to use oils, lubricants, or fluids of the correct specification may result in mechanical failure and refusal by Jaguar Land Rover to pay for any resultant claims.

  • The part or vehicle accessory covered by the parts warranty is damaged due to the failure of another part on the vehicle, except manufacturing defect.

  • Failure of a non-approved part and/or the failure or misuse of a product or accessory not recommended by Jaguar Land Rover. Additionally, any consequential damage caused by the fitment or use of such parts, products, or accessories will not be covered by the Jaguar Land Rover vehicle or parts warranties.

  • Any vehicle that has had its Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) altered or removed, or on which the odometer reading has been unlawfully changed.

  • Refilling or topping up with the incorrect fuel, e.g., petrol used instead of diesel, or vice versa, or consequential damage from misfuelling.

  • The vehicle, part, or accessory having been altered from Jaguar Land Rover specifications.

  • Use of fuel specifications or alternative fuels which are not approved by Jaguar Land Rover for the vehicle.

  • Use of supplemental additives and flushing agents for fuel or engine oil, unless specified as part of a Jaguar Land Rover service requirement.

  • The vehicle, as manufactured, does not meet the operational specification of a market for which it was not specified, including any legal requirements or penalties imposed by Government or other authority.

  • The effects of any vehicle modifications undertaken to comply with legal or local requirements of a market for which it was not specified, unless authorised by Jaguar Land Rover Limited.


    Where applicable, a Jaguar Land Rover authorised repairer may, at the customer’s expense, carry out authorised modifications to meet legal or operational requirements of a market.

Activity key:

Warranty Terms: as per the manufacturer's warranty.


Activity keys requested within one month of vehicle purchase or 1 600 km, benefit from the manufacturer's warranty terms. Accessories fitted after this time benefit from the terms of the parts and accessories warranty.

Specific exclusions: In addition to the manufacturer's warranty terms, the activity key is subject to the following specific exclusions:

  • General cosmetic abrasions and wear and tear, not affecting the activity key function.

  • Misuse or abuse of the product.

  • Loss or damage due to breakage under extreme loading.

  • Damage by cutting and/or crushing.

  • Exposure to corrosive substances or environments.

  • Exposure to excessive heat nominally to function from -40⁰C to +85⁰C. Avoid ‘greenhouse’ storage exceeding 100⁰C. Cold, low or high pressures in aircraft cargo holds are acceptable.