Range Rover Runs Over Owner After Mistakingly Engaging Reverse On New Electronic Gear Selector Knob

A Los Angeles mother was killed by her Range Rover when it unexpectedly rolled backwards and crushed her, new video shows.

The graphic footage, obtained Monday by CBS News, shows 41-year-old mother of two Shadi Farhat getting out of her 2017 Range Rover when the SUV starts to roll backwards, dragging her beneath the vehicle.

Farhat managed to get back on her feet after being run over, but immediately collapsed to the ground on Oct. 1, 2018, before dying days later. Her husband is now suing Jaguar Land Rover for a “defective gear selector” in its Range Rover, which employs a dial rather than a standard gearshift, CBS News reported.



Range Rover ya @T.Vercetti

Sounds like what happened to actor Anton Yelchin, also in LA, but involving a Grand Cherokee

What if it was hacked?

These new cars are toys

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Range Rovers are rated poorly everywhere…expensive unreliable toys…

Most Land Rover automatic transmission problems such as limp mode, not being able to go over 30mph, slipping or erratic shifting are casued by low transmission fluid level. Other more serious problems that affect Land Rovers include faulty valve body and torque converter.Dec 7, 2020

The Range Rover problems include the air conditioning, gearbox, engine, braking system, and the cooling and heating system fared pretty well, with only 14% of owners reporting issues with their vehicles.Jul 24, 2020

The 2021 Land Rover Range Rover has a below-average predicted reliability rating of 2.5 out of five.Nov 11, 2020

The report stated that 71% of used Land Rovers and Range Rovers break down each year and was based on an analysis of 50,000 extended warranty policies. … The results for Land Rover were, unfortunately, much higher than expected, with the brand seeing 179 problems per 100 cars, just under 2 issues per vehicle.Jan 20, 2020