Yeah. but here's the problem with your suspension issue. Jaguar's hierarchy for troubleshooting isn't as straightforward as you think. You have three categories. First, Field Actions. This is when a known issue must be corrected vehicle wide. So far, very few field actions have been posted. Next are Special Service Messages - these are the day to day issues that in field mechanics report via an individual's car on Pathfinder. Just because some of you are having display issues with screens doesn't mean we all will have those same problems. Technical Bulletins are changes to operating procedures or instructions to fix or correct a problem if it occurs.
So let's go back to this suspension issue. Mine doesn't have it. This is a SSM, not a TSB. It won't get corrected UNLESS it actually happens to my car. The reason is because they fix the issues on the line as they happen or come up with engineering fixes in real time.
Having been an F-Pace owner and also having a Velar and 15 prior JLR products, I'll tell you all right now that being the first to get the IPace might be a bit painful. But they'll get it straightened out. The biggest issues are ICTP. By far. The entire application sucks. The fact that the IPace was out in the UK in June helps us in the US greatly.
I do know that as of earlier this week there was a HOLD on new builds bound for the US. So that could mean two things. One, all of the cars come into the BWI Car Terminal and I was told their held up in PORT, meaning they need some corrective actions before they get released to dealers. The other is that all builds could be sitting in the UK, again, they could be getting corrective actions at the UK port or even at the factory post production.
All new orders going forward for US bound cars are 2020MY. If you ordered a car today, you might see it in April or early May.