The 2nd Generation Range Rover Evoque, introduced in 2019, represents a significant step forward for the iconic luxury SUV brand. The 2nd gen Evoque retains its signature compact SUV proportions while showcasing a more contemporary design with smoother lines, flush door handles and a distinctive floating roof, and maintains its strong off-road capabilities. While the 2nd generation Range Rover Evoque combines style, luxury and versatility catering to those seeking both urban sophistication and off-road prowess in a compact SUV, it does have some common faults.
Engine Stalling: Owners have reported engine stalling when still and while in motion in their 2nd gen Evoque. Sometimes a quick software upgrade of the transmission and power control unit fixes this problem.
False SRS Warning Light: There was a recall for the SRS falsely lighting up in the dash indicating there is a problem with the airbags when there isn’t. The fix for this is updating the restraints control module.
Suspension Issues: The air suspension wearing fast has commonly been reported by owners of the 2nd gen. If you notice a bumpy ride, you may need a replacement.
Windshield Wiper Malfunction: Windshield wipers not functioning have been noted as a common problem due to a fuse that fails. A replacement of the fuse that controls the windshield wipers will solve this problem.
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