From 2016 model year, all Land Rover diesel models will feature AdBlue® emissions reduction technology. As well as being powerful and fuel efficient, these new generation Land Rover diesels reduce Nitrogen oxide emissions by up to 90%.
HOW AdBlue® WORKS
AdBlue® solution is stored in a separate reservoir in the vehicle. As you drive, small amounts are injected into the exhaust system, breaking down Nitrogen oxide emissions into harmless water vapour and nitrogen gas. AdBlue® technology is proven, fuss-free and does not affect the driving experience.
REFILLING THE AdBlue® RESERVOIR
Typically a litre of AdBlue® lasts around 10,000 miles, so for most drivers a refill will be needed around once a year. Your Land Rover's message centre will give you advance warning when your AdBlue® level is low to give you ample time to organise a refill.
AdBlue® TOP-UP BOTTLES
You may also like to pick up a 1.89 litre non-drip AdBlue® top-up bottle from your local Land Rover retailer for peace of mind. The Land Rover sales or service teams will be happy to show you the location of your Land Rover's AdBlue® reservoir.
YOUR AdBlue® CHECKLIST:
• Only use Land Rove AdBlue® refills – commercial vehicle AdBlue® pumps at fuel stations may damage your Land Rover's reservoir or cause spillage.
• Your Land Rover message centre will inform you when to refill. Don't leave it until empty as your vehicle will not then start until you refill.
• If you have any questions about AdBlue®, please contact us.
DEF, also known as AdBlue®, AUS 32 and ARLA 32, is a non-toxic, colourless, odourless and non-flammable fluid. Stored in a dedicated tank in your car, DEF is injected into the exhaust system to clean exhaust gases. It breaks down nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions into harmless water vapour and nitrogen gas.
The video across demonstrates the Land Rover Discovery Sport which is fitted with Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR) technology to reduce emissions. This requires Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF or AdBlue). Learn how to use and top-up the DEF in this video.