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Own or lease a vehicle that suffered costly issues?

If so, this could have been your Particulate Filter (DPF).

Even if you have not experienced a problem, you could be entitled to claim up to £16,000 in compensation due to potentially increased running costs.

Over 1.5 Million Drivers Affected • Up to £16k Compensation


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If you have owned or leased a Jaguar Land Rover diesel vehicle, you may be eligible to receive compensation ranging from £3,000 to £16,000.

Based on our investigations, we have discovered that the design of the vehicles is flawed, resulting in potential safety and performance problems for drivers while on the road.

Additionally, these defects may lead to increased engine wear, which could require customers to incur additional expenses for servicing, including the possibility of engine replacement. It is important to note that this issue is distinct from the previous “Diesel Gate” scandal.

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What issues can I claim for?

If you answer yes to any of the below, you may have a claim up to £16,000

Reduced Engine Performance

A blocked DPF can cause the engine to lose power. You might notice that the vehicle doesn't accelerate as quickly as it used to, or it might feel sluggish and unresponsive.

Poor Fuel Efficiency

If the DPF is not working correctly, the engine may have to work harder, which can lead to increased fuel consumption.

Warning Lights

Most modern vehicles have a warning light on the dashboard that will illuminate if there's a problem with the DPF. This is often the first sign drivers notice when there's an issue.

Frequent Regeneration

If the DPF is faulty, the vehicle might attempt to regenerate the filter more frequently than normal. This can lead to increased fuel consumption and can cause the vehicle to behave differently during these periods.

Engine Damage

In severe cases, a blocked DPF can cause back pressure in the exhaust system, which can lead to engine damage. This can be a very costly problem to fix.

Most common

Forced into 'Limp Mode'

Some vehicles will go into a safety mode known as 'limp mode' if the DPF issue is severe. This mode limits the performance of the vehicle to prevent further damage, allowing you to drive to a mechanic or service center.

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Diesel Particulate Filter Lawsuit

Why should I Claim?

Purchasing a vehicle is a significant investment, and as a buyer, you have the right to expect a certain level of performance, safety, and reliability from your vehicle. If your vehicle is equipped with a faulty or badly designed Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) system, it can negatively impact these expectations and lead to a host of issues which you may end up paying for.

A faulty or poorly designed DPF can lead to reduced engine performance, increased fuel consumption, potential safety risks, and even costly repairs or replacements. These are not just inconveniences; they can also lead to unexpected financial burdens and safety concerns.

By making a claim, you can seek compensation for these unexpected costs and inconveniences. More importantly, you can help hold the manufacturer accountable for the quality and performance of their vehicles.

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Can you relate?

If you answer yes to any of the following, then you may have a claim:-

  • Have you noticed an increase in fuel consumption in your vehicle?
  • Has your vehicle been emitting excessive smoke from the exhaust?
  • Have you experienced a loss of power or acceleration while driving?
  • Has your vehicle's engine warning light come on?
  • Have you noticed a strange smell, similar to burning, coming from your vehicle?
  • Has your vehicle been requiring more frequent oil changes?
  • Have you noticed your vehicle's engine making a continuous running sound, even after you've stopped driving?
  • Has your vehicle been requiring more frequent active regenerations (i.e., driving at a certain speed for a certain amount of time)?
  • Have you had to refill the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) more frequently than usual?
  • Have you noticed any unusual issues with your vehicle that started occurring after you purchased it?
  • Has your mechanic mentioned anything about potential issues with the DPF?