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LesGAllen
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New a Disco 5 owner

Post by LesGAllen » Mon Nov 18, 2019 8:54 pm

Hi, I have been driving a Disco4 Graphite for the last three years and pick up a new Disco 5 Landmark tomorrow, so keen to read the items on the agenda. One of my biggest concerns after committing to buy was discovering the high level of theft for these vehicles. Does the InControl tracker come as standard on the Landmark and is there an on-going charge for the facility?
Les

jimbg
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Re: New a Disco 5 owner

Post by jimbg » Mon Nov 18, 2019 9:49 pm

Where have you read about high levels of theft for Disco 5's? They are one of the most secure cars around.
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You have 3 years subscription included for any Incontrol options that you have, not sure what a Landmark is I am afraid!

jimbg
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Re: New a Disco 5 owner

Post by jimbg » Tue Nov 19, 2019 12:34 pm

https://teamtalk.jaguarlandrover.com/news/jaguar-land-rover-models-are-the-only-cars-immune-to-keyless-entry-attacks

Circo20Pro
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Re: New a Disco 5 owner

Post by Circo20Pro » Mon Mar 09, 2020 12:20 pm

Hi, Last November I was In Germany driving my fathers new BMW X5, waiting my New Discovery to come middle of December. On highway I was stopped by the police for checking if the car was stolen, spending about 45 minutes in a petrol station parking place checking a lot of serial numbers all over the place, under the hood 2 or 3, under the right front seat and so on. Time in which I asked the police about the fact that the LR are harder to be stolen. They reply to me that in Germany the LR are one of the top cars that thieves are looking for.

So be careful

In Italy one friend had a RR Sport that it was stolen twice, first time if was found after 2 weeks, second time was for good.
We cannot be 100% sure of the Incontrol Protect.

jimbg
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Re: New a Disco 5 owner

Post by jimbg » Mon Mar 09, 2020 1:24 pm

It is not only the InControl software, the keys cannot be hacked, but that is only on newer models.

It is a much better system than used by BMW and Mercedes who just send the key to sleep when it does move for a period of time.

Range Rovers were indeed a favorite target and that is why JLR have adopted this new system to stop thieves getting into the car in the first place.

The InControl tracker is an option that is not on all cars.

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