Range Rovers being investigated due to faulty drive shaft

The 2002 – 2004 Range Rover models are being investigated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration due to a faulty drive shaft that could cause the vehicles to stop while being driven. The flag went up after 38 consumer complaints, of which 17 said the vehicle stopped due to failure of the drive shaft or front-axle when the Rover was traveling more than 40 mph.

No accidents have been reported as of yet but it is reported that as many as 30,000 Range Rovers could be affected.

Source: Detroit Free Press