Is your Jaguar a lemon?

The founder of Jaguar had one mission when it came to building his vehicles: “grace, space and pace”. While renowned for their reliability, the Jaguar is still susceptible to recall alerts and manufacturer errors like any other vehicle on the market. By some estimates, around one percent of all Jaguars purchased are lemons; long odds, but what do you do if you aren’t so lucky?

If you’ve either purchased or leased a Jaguar with an existing warranty and you’re experiencing persistent problems with your vehicle, it’s likely that your Jaguar may qualify under the lemon law buyback program. This program, and the laws that inform it, require manufacturers to provide consumers with a refund or replacement vehicle in the event of manufacturer error. If your Jaguar qualifies, the laws also require manufacturers to cover accompanying attorney fees, as well as other financial aspects of the process.

Common Jaguar Defects

Jaguar works with a variety of vehicle types, from sedans to coupes, and their lineup includes:

  • Jaguar XE
  • Jaguar XF
  • Jaguar XJ
  • Jaguar E-Pace
  • Jaguar F-Pace
  • Jaguar F-Type
  • Jaguar I-Pace

Lemon Law Now, your Jaguar vehicle lemon law experts, are aware of a variety of common defects that have occurred in Jaguar vehicles, including (but not limited to) the following:

  • Sudden acceleration
  • Battery issues
  • Fuel pump failure
  • Shifting issues (rough or loud shifting, shifting out of gear, etc.)
  • Engine concerns (stalling, shutdown while in operation, engine seizing)
  • Starter problems (failing to crank)
  • Warning light malfunctions

Jaguar Recalls

The Jaguar brand is no stranger to having recalls issued for their products. Recall problems can wind up resulting in lemon Jaguar vehicles and should be addressed immediately should you experience them. Recalls are released regularly for vehicles, either by the manufacturer of the NHTSA, and keeping up to date on them can be a major assistance in your driving experience. Always look to recalls when assessing your Jaguar lemon law case. Recently in 2019, the Jaguar E-Pace, F-Pace, F-Type, XE and XF models all experience a recall notice over carbon dioxide emissions, while the 2017 Jaguar XE has been recalled due to a fuel return hose leak.

Understanding how Jaguar lemon law pertains to your vehicle is critical when you’ve purchased a faulty vehicle, and we’re here to help. Reach out to Lemon Law Now for more information from your Jaguar lemon law experts.


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  • Please note that our firm only takes on lemon law cases in California.
  • Please note that our firm only takes year models 2015 or newer.