A trio of luxury SUVs may not conform with CO2 emissions standards in this latest JLR recall.
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Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) Australia has issued a recall for three 2016 model-year Range Rover Evoques over concerns vehicles may not meet emissions standards.

"During testing there was greater than expected variation in CO2 emissions between vehicles," the British marque says in its notice.

Three units are affected by this recall, sold between 18 December 2015 and 30 March 2016 – a VIN list is available here.

This latest recall follows a similar notice issued in May for MY16-18 Land Rover Discovery Sport, Range Rover Evoque, Range Rover Sport and Range Rover Velar models with 2.0-litre petrol engines for variance in actual emissions.

Before that, the company's announced in March it would be recalling 44,000 vehicles in the UK for the same issue, where CO2 emissions "may not conform with specification".

In Australia, a total of 1731 vehicles are affected – 958 Land Rovers and 773 Jaguars.

"Jaguar Land Rover will notify affected owners by letter to request that vehicles are brought to an authorised repairer for an ECU software update, oil change and engine belt replacement," the company says.

For more information, contact 1300 787 803. You can also view the original recall notice here.