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Land Rover Discovery 2018: Leaking sunroof

Asked by Leroy

During the recent Melbourne Cup Day downpour our new 2018 Land Rover Discovery leaked around the front of the fixed sunroof. We had water coming through overhead lights and microphone points, which dripped onto the centre console. The water also travelled via the driver’s side pillar and leaked out of the switch plate near the driver’s right knee position. The driver’s side seat and carpet are also wet. We have left the car at the dealer’s and have requested it be replaced or refunded. Is this a fair call?

Answered by CarsGuide

30 Nov 2018 Graham Smith

Based on what you’ve told us it would seem to be a fair call, but I’m guessing that Land Rover won’t be keen to come to the party and will attempt to repair your car. But being so new, and knowing the damage that water can do to a car I would also be keen to have it replaced.

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