In 2016 I purchased my new Disco Sport and have had it regularly serviced since then. Few weeks ago, during a regular service (expecting to pay a small amount for new oil etc.) I was told that it needed a complete new engine and turbo. Understandably, a complete shock to me. In the end I paid just under £6,000 and obviously feel very aggrieved that I had expected a Land Rover engine to last more than just 5 years! Moreover, when I collected the car I was initially told that it had a new engine. Only when I enquired was I told that it was in fact reconditioned. Then it gets worse: A couple of weeks after getting the car back (after c300 miles) I checked the oil, fully expecting it to be topped up after a test drive at the garage before handing the car back to me, but I discovered the dipstick was bone dry between the low and high marks. Another complete shock. The garage (Hendy Southampton) have just checked the engine and there are no leaks. They also clearly imply that it's a fault on my part that the dipstick showed no oil between the markers. In short, my error, not theirs. I contest this, not least as I was never told that a replacement engine might use more oil after installation (as already mentioned, I fully expected it to be topped up after a test drive at the garage before handing the car back to me). As things stand, they refuse to even compensate me for having to add emergency oil when I discovered a dry dipstick. I do find this an appalling situation. Has anyone else had a similar problem as I might yet submit a claim to the county court small claims procedure?