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2002-2003 Second Hand Range Rovers

bbernabebbernabe Posts: 3
edited March 19 in Land Rover
good day guys! i'm considering my options on buying an SUV that is below $25,000 and i kinda like the idea of purchasing a 2000-2003 model 4.6 HSE. if there's anyone here that can give me some very important notes regarding 2nd hand RR's? for example: reliability, functionality, fuel economy, maintenance, etc...

Thank you experts!
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  • Unless you have about 10grand to spend getting it serviced when it has problems with it.
  • why 10grand? are all parts cost that much?
  • and why is it Range Rovers have lowr resale values compared to other models in the same class (BMW X5, Cadillac Escalade)...what's the "real world" consumption for city and hi-way driving?
  • hey, I got an 03 RR and it has been very expensive, parts and labor are huge expenses for this car. Honestly, its pretty much a high maintenance girl, nice to look at but very expensive!!!! about 10 -12k. Leasing a RR from the dealer is best I feel.
  • Consumer Reports has consistently rated RR/LR's as among the most unreliable vehicles available. Most, if not all, are on the "Do Not Buy List". The abysmal resale value is a good indicator. However, they do come in at the top of ratings for injuries per 100 accident - 2004 to 2006 - right along with the Land Cruiser
  • I am considering purchasing a 2005/2006 Range Rover that is just coming off a two to three year lease. I wanted to see if any one was familiar with the market in Dallas, and what I might be looking at in cost.

    Thanks for your reply,
  • de6624de6624 Posts: 6
    get it from an actual LR dealership!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! buy lowest mileage as possible, and make sure u get an extended warranty. get these an you will be good. I saw an 05 for about 40k wit 31000 miles in ny . Stay in that range and good luck
  • Thanks for your advice de6624. Why such an emphasis on buying from a LR dealership. They tend to be about 1-2 k higher than some local independent dealers.
    I have a feeling it comes back to future servicing???
    Thanks
  • vonkodivonkodi Posts: 2
    In Northern California, i'm finding dealerships asking $15-20k more than non-RR dealerships/private owners for pre-owned 2006 RR HSEs. The markup seems ridiculous.

    Granted there is always room to negotiate however the starting point should at least be realistic.
  • bgsntthbgsntth Posts: 76
    Check Marin Land Rover, I've noticed that they list about $5-10K below San Francisco (BMCD), Redwood, and Cole. This is prior to negotiation. BMCD also baulked when I asked them for a Service/Warranty History on a few we were looking at. I'm still debating, actually my wife is, on whether a new Cayenne or '06 RR. Regardless, am waiting for the rising fuel and sinking economy to soften the market, which might actually work against a new P-truck.(?)
  • de6624de6624 Posts: 6
    so did u end up buying it? It does come back to servicing ,,,,its spending 2k now so u dont have to spend 12k later. good luck
  • vonkodivonkodi Posts: 2
    still lurking for my '06 RR hse or supercharged. Finding used car dealers/private parties ASKING PRICE is in the mid-40s range for the HSE model and mid to high 50s for the Supercharged HSE.

    RR Dealers are 'asking' $10-20k over the open market. I am seeing vehicles age on lots and prices coming down at the dealers however not as fast as the general market.
  • de77de77 Posts: 40
    I am currently searching for a 2004-2006 range Rover, and know that Jag took over the engine in 2006. Which is the better engine for the Range Rover- which year should I buy?
  • hi i have a 1999 range rover.recently out of the blue runs wont run when it wants to and tranny even started shifting funny its a automatic.also stop charging.i am lost.does this sound like the main computer is bad?is there a seperate computer for the tranny and would the main computer if it was bad effect the tranny computer and my charging system ,somebody please help i am lost
  • bmw so far the jag engine has not been around in a rover.. too see,, the BMW is holding up very well
  • meisemeise Posts: 1
    my friend has a 99 range rover with 206,000 highway miles on it hasn't had any major problems just replace rear bearing but want to give it to me for 3,800 is it worth it. the body and inside is in excellent condition, and it drive well
  • steverstever YooperlandPosts: 40,004
    $3,800 would be ok, except for the miles. They are a killer. TMV is more like $3,200 for a base in my zip code.

    You can appraise it yourself at Edmunds.

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  • i think it is a good deal if the rest of car is in good shap , check the air bags they can be exspensive to change ,
  • Leased an 05 HSE RR, TERRIBLE car. First warranty service at 700 miles and too many trips to count. Hell, I could publish a book on it. I turned it in at end of 36 with 49k miles and was sooo happy to see it go. But, my wife who did NOT have to deal with all the warranty bs wanted to upgrad with a 08' supercharged wanted to re-up. Our 08' RR SC has been spectacular. 18k miles and not one hitch so far. It's virtually a different truck. I've been happy and my wife love it. I feel bad for the guy who got my old 05'. I've heard from my local service guys that the 06's and beyond whether HSE or SC are much better trucks.
  • Hello everybody. New to the forum. I would like to see if anyone is/have experienced what I am experiencing with my 2003 RR. The navigation seems to work fine except that the circle with the arrow in it that is supposed to signify my vehicle location does its own thing. I can be traveling on one road but on the screen my arrow is on another street. This makes it impossible to map directions beacause even though when i put an address in to map, it does route the directions accurately but, once I start driving its telling me to make U-turns and other turns that I do not need to make but its because it is not reading my current location accurately. I'm thinking its my gps antenna but not sure.

    Any advice from anyone would be greatly appreciated.

    THX
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