Make a claim with Thompsons Solicitors in Scotland
If you owned a Jaguar or Land Rover diesel vehicle between 2009 and 2020, you may be eligible to claim compensation as part of a group action relating to the diesel emissions scandal.
Thompsons is already acting for clients against a number of other motor manufacturers, and you could join the Jaguar Land Rover claim today.
To find out more about the diesel NOx emissions scandal click on the button below.
To find out if your vehicle is eligible, check the registration number by clicking the button below.
Jaguar Land Rover Diesel Vehicle Claims
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is part of the Indian automotive group Tata Motors Ltd.
Tata became the parent company of Jaguar Land Rover when the two marques were acquired from Ford in 2008. In 2013, the two companies were renamed as part of a restructuring process and became Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC.
Initial estimates suggest that around 365,000 Jaguar Land Rover vehicles may be involved in the diesel emissions scandal.
In 2016, the German VW Commission Enquiry reported that a Jaguar XE 2.0 was found to be producing nine times the threshold emissions value in a real-world driving test and a Range Rover 3.0 was producing 11 times the threshold during on-road testing.
Jaguar Land Rover, alongside other manufacturers of motor vehicles for the European market, is citing a 2016 UK Department for Transport (DfT) report as evidence that they have not committed any breaches. The report stated that while it found higher than allowed NOx emissions during its testing of a Jaguar XE, Land Rover Freelander and Range Rover Sport, it had not found evidence that other manufacturers used "software of the type used by Volkswagen".
Speaking to Clyde 1 radio, Patrick McGuire of Thompsons Solicitors in Scotland said that "the use of cheat devices is almost industry-wide".
He added, "All too often we have situations where big organisations commit wrongs against large numbers of people and they try to hide.
"These manufacturers have finally been caught and … I would like to see them set up a full and proper compensation scheme."
Which JLR models are affected?
Investigations into Jaguar Land Rover are still ongoing; however, the diesel models identified for potential emissions breaches are:
- Jaguar XE
- Jaguar XF
- Land Rover Discovery Sport
- Land Rover Discovery
- Range Rover Sport
- Land Rover Evoque
Start your JLR diesel emissions claim today
Find out if you could make a diesel emissions claim for your Jaguar or Land Rover vehicle by using our Registration Checker tool. All you need is the GB registration number of your Jaguar or Land Rover vehicle and an approximate date on which you owned, leased or financed it.
We will tell you immediately whether your vehicle is eligible and if it is, we will guide you through the claim process.
Click on the button below.