The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that Jaguar is recalling 6,745 units of the 2012-2011 XJ sedan over defective windshield wipers.
The NHTSA said that vehicles affected have an issue with windshield wipers not being properly installed or synchronized. In certain XJ units, the wipers could lose synchronization and clash against each other, resulting in one or more wipers detaching.
Jaguar will start notifying owners on Dec. 13 and dealers will repair the securing nut to correct the problem if necessary. Owners can call Jaguar at 800-452-4827 or NHTSA’s vehicle safety hot line at 888-327-4236.
Refresher: The 2010 Jaguar XJ is available in four trim-levels including XJ XJL, XJ/XJL Supercharged and XJ/XJL Supercharged. The lineup consists of three powertrains including a 385-hp naturally aspirated 5.0L AJ-V8 GEN III (available on the XJ and XJL models), the 470-hp 5.0L Supercharged AJ-V8 GEN III (available on the XJ/XJL Supercharged) and the 510-hp 5.0L Supercharged 5.0L AJ-V8 GEN III (available on the XJ/XJL Supersport). Prices start at $72,700 on the base XJ and $79,700 on the XJL. The XJ Supercharged and the XJL Supercharged models start at $87,700 and $90,700 respectively. The XJ Supersport and XJL Supersport start at $110,200 and $113,200 respectively.
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– By: Omar Rana