Jaguar has recently issued a recall for several vehicles over a possible fire risk, reports show.
According to the federal agency, the company has discovered that the engines in the 2010, 2011 and 2012 XF vehicles could experience a crack. If the fuel tank outlet flange fractured, the fuel may leak, increasing fire risks.
To prevent fires and injuries, the company published this recall announcement along the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The official recall announcement can be found here.
The automaker will be contacting affected vehicle owners in the near future. All repairs or replacements will be performed for free, reports show.