At Land Rover, we believe that the health and safety of our customers and employees are of utmost importance. As such, we strive to make as much effort as possible to observe restrictions such as social distancing and travel restrictions, implemented by governing bodies to contain the COVID-19 outbreak.​

To access the latest official news on the COVID-19 impact, please visit here.
Based on the current situation, our showrooms and service centre will be open as usual.

Contact us during COVID-19

Our retailer's facilities undergo an updated daily cleaning regimen and their personnel observe safe distancing measures to continue supporting our customers' needs.

Search for your perfect Land Rover in our available stock.
To browse our available Approved Pre-Owned vehicles, please click here. ​

Alternatively, explore our new cars, current offers and inventory.

Our Service Centre will be open to provide servicing and repairs.

If you are a Land Rover owner and have questions about the ownership and maintenance of your vehicle during COVID-19 restrictions, please click here.

Information regarding vehicle service and sales are available on our websites.

If you have any questions you can also reach out to us via our chat feature.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I request Financial Services advice?
What is the status of my new car order?​ When can I collect my new car order?
How can I test drive a vehicle?
How and when will my new vehicle handover take place?
What is Land Rover doing about servicing, repairs, warranty and service packs impacted by COVID-19?
How long will my battery last if the car is not in use?
Will my tyres be damaged if the vehicle is parked for an extended period?
Will my brakes be affected if my car is parked for a long time?
What fuel level should I have when parking my car for long periods of time?
How long will my PHEV battery last if the car is not in use?
How often should I clean my car?


Learn how to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.




Before you begin, wash your hands with antibacterial soap for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitiser that contains at least 60% alcohol.

Put on nitrile gloves and dispose of any waste that may be inside the vehicle. Prepare to focus your efforts on hard, non-porous surfaces; these run the highest risk of contamination.


Clean your vehicle with disinfectant wipes or sprays, particularly the high-risk surfaces, which include:

Steering Wheel, Dashboard, Gear Selector, Fuel Cap, Seatbelts, Interior Controls, Mirrors, Touchscreens, Door Handles and Key Fob.


Repeat your hand washing or alcohol-based hand sanitising technique after cleaning. Be sure to repeat all steps before and after each drive for optimal results.

If you are taking over the vehicle from someone who is self-isolating, or who has a confirmed case of COVID-19, professional medical advice should be sought, and deeper cleaning may be required.