Is my Range Rover susceptible to keyless theft?

After debating about buying a soft top (and seeking your input) I have swapped my trusted Land Rover Discovery for a 2014 Range Rover Sport. I am very happy with it but I have two questions you may be able to help me with.

1 - Does this model suffer from the problem reported in the press with thieves cloning the keyless ignition?

2 - I am disconcerted by not having a spare wheel (this space is taken by the third row of seats) are the tyre repair systems supplied effective?

Asked on 23 December 2014 by ChrisRG

Answered by Honest John
1: Yes. Get a Disklok and wrap the steering wheel with it whenever you leave it parked. 2: Tyre repair systems rarely work.
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