Land Rover FAQs
What and where is my VIN?
Your Land Rover’s unique Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) serves as your vehicle’s fingerprint since no two vehicles can have the same VIN. It is stamped on a plate on the driver’s side where the dashboard meets the windshield. This is easiest to read when standing outside the vehicle.
How do I find my EKA code?
Your Emergency Key Access (EKA) code allows you to enter your vehicle in an emergency when your key fob fails or is lost. It can be found on the security information card that is supplied with your vehicle. Trouble finding it? Give us a call and we can help you figure it out.
How do I update my Sat Nav?
Your Land Rover’s Satellite Navigation (Sat Nav) system enables you to plan and follow a route to your destination. If your vehicle is 2017 or later, it receives free monthly map updates while the car is covered under warranty. If your car is out of warranty or 2016 or earlier, you will need to set up a Land Rover Navigation Pro account. Log into and navigate to Maps & Services. Once there, you’ll purchase and download the relevant map and transfer it via a USB stick to your vehicle.
What tires do I get for my Land Rover?
Land Rover specifications are very exacting and we ask you to consult with us before changing tire sizes for aesthetic reasons. Tire type and size for your vehicle can be located in the owner’s manual, on the tire itself, or the driver’s side door jamb. Hit us up if you have any questions!
How do I repair and service my Land Rover Classic?
An angular beauty, the Classic was only available in the U.S. from 1987-95, though it was made overseas starting in 1970. If you own one from either side of the pond, we want you to know that we love these OG SUVs as much as you. Our job is to make it run as well as it did when it came off the line in England decades ago!
What does my warranty include?
Every new Land Rover is covered by a 4-year/50,000 mile limited bumper to bumper warranty, which includes the powertrain and the battery. You also receive roadside assistance during this period. A 6-year/unlimited miles rust perforation warranty covers corrosion that eats completely through the metal. Certain emission control parts, such as the catalytic converter, are warrantied for 8 years or 80,000 miles, whichever comes first.
How often should I service my Land Rover?
Land Rover’s manufacturer-recommended services range from 5,000 to 7,500 miles, or at least once each year. You could take it to the dealership, but it is guaranteed to be expensive. Maintenance from locally-owned and operated EuroCar is just as exacting as at the international conglomerate, but way more affordable. When you add in our commitment to customer service, it makes it an easy choice. Remember, contrary to dealership “advice,” your warranty remains valid when you bring your vehicle to us for service.
What do I do if I break down?
Unfortunately, breakdowns happen, often at highly inconvenient times and locations. The first thing is to make sure you and your vehicle are safe. You can then have your vehicle towed here, or, if we are open, we can help you coordinate. Once you get to our state-of-the-art facility, you can rely on the workmanship and service that have put us in Elite’s Top-20 auto shops in Seattle, based on reputation, credibility, experience, availability, and professionalism. We can also help you out with loaner cars or a shuttle to make your breakdown as hassle-free as possible.
Should I import a Land Rover?
State and federal laws and regulations can make importing vehicles complex since they are manufactured for specific markets that do not have the same standards. We can help you figure out if the vehicle you’re trying to import is going to have compliance issues.