Land Rover, Jaguar hit by recalls in blow to Ford


By Tom Brown DETROIT, March 19 (Reuters) - Land Rover and Jaguar recalled nearly 180,000 vehicles this month, putting another dent in the quality image of Ford Motor Co.'s luxury Premier Automotive Group. The British-built vehicles involved in the recalls are mainstays of Premier Automotive, Ford's stable of foreign nameplates it hopes will eventually account for about a third of its earnings. Larry Rosinski, a spokesman at the U.S. headquarters of Premier Automotive in Irvine, ...

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