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Has anyone else had issues with their 2019-2020 Evoque stalling when coming to a stop? This seems to happen at completely random intervals regardless of whether the auto start/stop is on or off. When the car stalls "Select Gear to Manuever" is displayed for about one second on the dash and the "D" flashes with a beeping tone. This has happened to over 20 times in less than 1000 miles! The dealer claims to be unable to replicate the problem or find any error codes even though I have captured it on video. The ignition must be turned off and the car restarted in order to move again. I have seen Discovery Sport Forums describing a very similar issue, but they were all the previous generation with the dial selector vs the current stick selector and no mentions on the Range Rover forums. I have taken the vehicle in twice for repairs with no improvement. I have contacted Land Rover Corporate, but they haven't been very helpful either....
 

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Has anyone else had issues with their 2019-2020 Evoque stalling when coming to a stop? This seems to happen at completely random intervals regardless of whether the auto start/stop is on or off. When the car stalls "Select Gear to Manuever" is displayed for about one second on the dash and the "D" flashes with a beeping tone. This has happened to over 20 times in less than 1000 miles! The dealer claims to be unable to replicate the problem or find any error codes even though I have captured it on video. The ignition must be turned off and the car restarted in order to move again. I have seen Discovery Sport Forums describing a very similar issue, but they were all the previous generation with the dial selector vs the current stick selector and no mentions on the Range Rover forums. I have taken the vehicle in twice for repairs with no improvement. I have contacted Land Rover Corporate, but they haven't been very helpful either....
Having the same issue with our evoque. Picked it up from the dealership on Tuesday who drove it for a week and said it ran fine only to have it stall 5 times today. Did they ever figure out what was the problem??
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Having the same issue with our evoque. Picked it up from the dealership on Tuesday who drove it for a week and said it ran fine only to have it stall 5 times today. Did they ever figure out what was the problem??
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Hi Tyost,

I work for a large JLR dealership in DFW as a lead diagnostic specialist (fancy name for foreman) and we have seen a few L551's with this issue. I am wondering what engine specification is in your vehicle, I am mainly asking to see if your vehicle is a MHEV (Mild Hybrid) or not.

If you are unsure feel free to shoot me your VIN over PM and I would be more than happy to see what I can dig up for you.

Vincent
 

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Has anyone else had issues with their 2019-2020 Evoque stalling when coming to a stop? This seems to happen at completely random intervals regardless of whether the auto start/stop is on or off. When the car stalls "Select Gear to Manuever" is displayed for about one second on the dash and the "D" flashes with a beeping tone. This has happened to over 20 times in less than 1000 miles! The dealer claims to be unable to replicate the problem or find any error codes even though I have captured it on video. The ignition must be turned off and the car restarted in order to move again. I have seen Discovery Sport Forums describing a very similar issue, but they were all the previous generation with the dial selector vs the current stick selector and no mentions on the Range Rover forums. I have taken the vehicle in twice for repairs with no improvement. I have contacted Land Rover Corporate, but they haven't been very helpful either....
Has anyone else had issues with their 2019-2020 Evoque stalling when coming to a stop? This seems to happen at completely random intervals regardless of whether the auto start/stop is on or off. When the car stalls "Select Gear to Manuever" is displayed for about one second on the dash and the "D" flashes with a beeping tone. This has happened to over 20 times in less than 1000 miles! The dealer claims to be unable to replicate the problem or find any error codes even though I have captured it on video. The ignition must be turned off and the car restarted in order to move again. I have seen Discovery Sport Forums describing a very similar issue, but they were all the previous generation with the dial selector vs the current stick selector and no mentions on the Range Rover forums. I have taken the vehicle in twice for repairs with no improvement. I have contacted Land Rover Corporate, but they haven't been very helpful either....
Did you find how to fix this? Mine be a doing the same thing!
 

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Did you find how to fix this? Mine be a doing the same thing!
Hi RebekahDana,

I worked with Tyost and their local retailer to get this resolved. If you still need assistance with your Evoque feel free to send me a PM with your VIN number.
 

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I leased a 2020 Evoque in July of 2019. I have had the same problem! It seems to most often happen when it’s hot outside. After it being at the dealership 6 times, they had the car more in the first 6 months than I did. They gave many excuses, tried fixing it with multiple “remedies” with no success, I’ve been ignored by service advisors and general manager, they’ve told me I’m the only customer having this problem(which I of course was not dumb enough to believe), we’ve gone round and round. Finally in January the general manager offered us a new one from a newer batch of them, this made no sense, if newer one didn’t have the same problem then shouldn’t they know how to fix them!? A couple weeks ago, once it got hot here in Colorado it died 6 times in one day. It is currently at the dealership, I have a loaner, but I told them I’m done, I don’t want that Evoque or any other. They’ve had the car since July 8 and I have not heard a word from anyone! I am beyond frustrated!! Has anyone had luck with a resolution to the problem?
 

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Aks your retailer to open a local technical support ticket. There are a few possible causes but all of them are resolvable.
 

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I leased a 2020 Evoque in July of 2019. I have had the same problem! It seems to most often happen when it’s hot outside. After it being at the dealership 6 times, they had the car more in the first 6 months than I did. They gave many excuses, tried fixing it with multiple “remedies” with no success, I’ve been ignored by service advisors and general manager, they’ve told me I’m the only customer having this problem(which I of course was not dumb enough to believe), we’ve gone round and round. Finally in January the general manager offered us a new one from a newer batch of them, this made no sense, if newer one didn’t have the same problem then shouldn’t they know how to fix them!? A couple weeks ago, once it got hot here in Colorado it died 6 times in one day. It is currently at the dealership, I have a loaner, but I told them I’m done, I don’t want that Evoque or any other. They’ve had the car since July 8 and I have not heard a word from anyone! I am beyond frustrated!! Has anyone had luck with a resolution to the problem?
Lemon law it in your state. Check the law because if the car is at the shop for a certain amount of time you can lemon law it and the dealership will be legally forced to take it back.
 

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We have had the same problem. 2020 Evoque SE.
It stalled once at a stop light and one on the FREEWAY in high speed traffic. It has stalled another time when slowing down at a light.
Another time the entire infotainment system went dead while underway. Black screens. Gone.
Its a beautiful car but it drives like s**t. Its under powered and the transmission cant seem to make up its mind at times.
Lately the 1-2 shifts have become very rough . Purchased in Jan 2020. Now has 5500 miles on it.
We were going to but the previous generation but after reading about the laundry list of problems we were happy we decided to get the new generation.... assuming there would be no issues.
We are not happy anymore. Looks like the problems that existed on the previous generation exist in the new one. I'm a bit disgusted at this point and feel like Land Rover built another piece of garbage.
It may look beautiful but if its giving the driver anxiety that it may shut down in the middle of the freeway or in a dangerous situation then this this is worthless as far as I am concerned.
We are sort of happy we leased it so we can get rid of it as soon as the lease is up. If we owned it we would be selling it at this moment.
 

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We have had the same problem. 2020 Evoque SE.
It stalled once at a stop light and one on the FREEWAY in high speed traffic. It has stalled another time when slowing down at a light.
Another time the entire infotainment system went dead while underway. Black screens. Gone.
Its a beautiful car but it drives like s**t. Its under powered and the transmission cant seem to make up its mind at times.
Lately the 1-2 shifts have become very rough . Purchased in Jan 2020. Now has 5500 miles on it.
We were going to but the previous generation but after reading about the laundry list of problems we were happy we decided to get the new generation.... assuming there would be no issues.
We are not happy anymore. Looks like the problems that existed on the previous generation exist in the new one. I'm a bit disgusted at this point and feel like Land Rover built another piece of garbage.
It may look beautiful but if its giving the driver anxiety that it may shut down in the middle of the freeway or in a dangerous situation then this this is worthless as far as I am concerned.
We are sort of happy we leased it so we can get rid of it as soon as the lease is up. If we owned it we would be selling it at this moment.
I own a 2019 Range Rover Sport and I am having similar stalling issues. The stalls started approximately 2 months after purchasing and has continued on and off over the year. Land Rover service has looked at the car 5 times and performed “software updates” which they claim should fix the problem each time the car is returned to me. The updates have NOT resolved the issue. The car rides very rough and constantly seems to have trouble finding the correct gear. The acceleration is erratic. Sometimes accelerating too much and at other times hardly at all. The car just stalled again today in my kids’ carline at school. I’m over it. For the amount of money we spent on a custom built RR, I expect more. If anyone can offer some insight, it would be appreciated.
 

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Has anyone else had issues with their 2019-2020 Evoque stalling when coming to a stop? This seems to happen at completely random intervals regardless of whether the auto start/stop is on or off. When the car stalls "Select Gear to Manuever" is displayed for about one second on the dash and the "D" flashes with a beeping tone. This has happened to over 20 times in less than 1000 miles! The dealer claims to be unable to replicate the problem or find any error codes even though I have captured it on video. The ignition must be turned off and the car restarted in order to move again. I have seen Discovery Sport Forums describing a very similar issue, but they were all the previous generation with the dial selector vs the current stick selector and no mentions on the Range Rover forums. I have taken the vehicle in twice for repairs with no improvement. I have contacted Land Rover Corporate, but they haven't been very helpful either....
Yes it has happened to me and today it happened two times on the freeway in stop and go traffic. It has happened several times sometimes it’ll it’ll stop for weeks at a time and they it will happen again
 

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The ignition must be turned off and the car restarted in order to move again. I have seen Discovery Sport Forums describing a very similar issue, but they were all the previous generation with the dial selector vs the current stick selector and no mentions on the Range Rover forums. I have taken the vehicle in twice for repairs with no improvement. I have contacted Land Rover Corporate, but they haven't been very helpful either....
 

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The ignition must be turned off and the car restarted in order to move again. I have seen Discovery Sport Forums describing a very similar issue, but they were all the previous generation with the dial selector vs the current stick selector and no mentions on the Range Rover forums. I have taken the vehicle in twice for repairs with no improvement. I have contacted Land Rover Corporate, but they haven't been very helpful either....
I took mine in yesterday for oil change and let service concierge know about it. He said it was needing updating and that they fixed it. The car seems to run much better now but it doesn’t make much sense. I’ll keep you all updated if the problem persists. We actually hadn’t had it in a long time. I think we stopped doing whatever was causing it- I think it’s when you are slowing down and you pump the brake while it’s downshifting at a very low speed. Similar to how you would handle a stick shift. That’s probably confusing but if you drove a standard for any length of time then you might naturally do this. That’s the best way I can describe it to the dealership anyways
 

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I leased a 2020 Evoque in July of 2019. I have had the same problem! It seems to most often happen when it’s hot outside. After it being at the dealership 6 times, they had the car more in the first 6 months than I did. They gave many excuses, tried fixing it with multiple “remedies” with no success, I’ve been ignored by service advisors and general manager, they’ve told me I’m the only customer having this problem(which I of course was not dumb enough to believe), we’ve gone round and round. Finally in January the general manager offered us a new one from a newer batch of them, this made no sense, if newer one didn’t have the same problem then shouldn’t they know how to fix them!? A couple weeks ago, once it got hot here in Colorado it died 6 times in one day. It is currently at the dealership, I have a loaner, but I told them I’m done, I don’t want that Evoque or any other. They’ve had the car since July 8 and I have not heard a word from anyone! I am beyond frustrated!! Has anyone had luck with a resolution to the problem?
After fighting for over a year about this problem, they could not find a fix, the dealership bought the car back.
 

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I have had the same issue, occured only a few days after driving the car off the lot. It seemed to happen more when the AC is on MAX - and the car stops and stalls, and the message on the dash flashes "select gear to maneuver." The only way to restart is to turn the ignition off and on. I have had my car to the dealer 3 times already and am starting the process for the Lemon Law. This car is extremely unsafe and they should not be allowed on the road.

I just experienced a new issue when I park the car on an incline and the auto shut off turns the ignition (not ECO), when i restart the car, there is a hug CLUNK and it feels like the engine and tranny are about to drop out of the car. Then when you put it in reverse, another huge CLUNK. Its like the tranny and engine never fully disengaged of the automatic E-brake malfunctioned. Either way, its scares the hell out of you, and honestly i am just waiting for the car to become permanently immobile. This car is certainly not worth compromising the safety of my family, its junk in my opinion.

Anyone else have this issue?
 
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