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Land Rover Service and Repair

The only thing Land Rovers are known for more than their four-wheel drive capabilities is their luxury. Land Rovers are a significant investment and it is important to us that you experience the same level of luxury when it comes to service and repair with your Land Rover as you do when you drive it day in and day out.

While some aspects of repair are indeed expensive on such a specialized vehicle, this is not always the case. At Ultimate European, we can often service your Land Rover with the same OEM parts at a fraction of the cost, with a superior 3-year / 60,000-mile warranty.

To get the most out of your Land Rover ownership experience, follow these guidelines:

1. Address air suspension warnings and concerns immediately. If left unaddressed, these systems always become even more expensive to fix, quickly. For example, a leaking airbag if left unaddressed can cause the compressor to constantly overwork and burn out. Unnecessary repairs like that can be avoided if the leak is fixed upfront.

2. Regularly have your Land Rover inspected, even if you are not experiencing a problem! At Ultimate European, we offer complimentary 17 pt inspections for under 30 minutes of your time you can have your vehicle inspected as needed between services and have a technician go over the vehicle with your personally.

3. Make sure your Land Rover has approved tires that are in good condition. Land Rovers are heavy vehicles and tires that are underrated in load or not a quality brand can adversely affect the ride quality, four-wheel drive capability, and handling ability of your vehicle. Also, do not go excessively large in wheel size as this can throw off the air suspension system as well as cause extremely pre-mature wear of suspension components and bushings due to the excessive load of large wheels that the factory Land Rover suspension was not designed for.