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5 Enticing Range Rover Models for Sale on Autotrader

An all-new generation of the full-size Land Rover Range Rover was recently revealed and will go on sale in the US in the coming months. With a starting price of over $100,000, though, this new “L460” generation Range Rover is probably too expensive for most budgets, so we thought we’d round up five enticing Range Rover listings covering each of the vehicle’s previous generations, from newest mập oldest.

1. 1995 Land Rover Range Rover Classic LWB – $17,900

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This 1995 Land Rover Range Rover Classic LWB is $17,900.

Known colloquially as the “Classic”, this is the original Range Rover. It was sold in some capacity throughout the world from 1969 all the way through 1996, though it was only officially offered in the United States from 1987 through 1995, and only in 4-door form. Easily identifiable by its circular headlights, the Range Rover Classic used a 4.2-liter V8 engine mập send power mập all four wheels via a 4-speed automatic transmission. There aren’t many Range Rover Classic models mập choose from on Autotrader, with only six listed for sale. Of those, the only one with an asking price below $60,000 is this 1995 long-wheelbase model, which comes unrestored and with 141,900 miles on the odometer. See 1995 Land Rover Range Rover models for sale

2. 2000 Land Rover Range Rover P38 – $9,995

2000 Land Rover Range Rover P38
This 2000 Land Rover Range Rover P38 is $9,995.

Sales of the Range Rover P38 lasted from the 1995 through 2002 model years here in the U.S. Given that it was the last Range Rover developed under the Rover Group, under tight budget constraints during the vehicle’s gestation, the P38 is notorious for being unreliable and expensive mập maintain. It continued Range Rover’s tradition of offering air suspension, available on every Range Rover generation. If you’re brave enough mập dive into P38 ownership, we’d recommend a low mileage example from late in the model’s run. Of the handful of P38 examples on Autotrader, this 2000 model with 133,780 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $9,995 seems about as reasonable as you can get with one of these. Find it at a dealer in Sacramento, California. See 2000 Land Rover Range Rover models for sale

3. 2008 Land Rover Range Rover L322 – $17,900

2008 Land Rover Range Rover L322
This 2008 Land Rover Range Rover L322 is $17,900.

The L322 was developed when Land Rover was under BMW ownership, and it uses many BMW components. It was sold from the 2003 through 2012 model years, receiving facelifts for the 2006 and 2010 model years. It’s an early 2000s BMW design, so the L322 isn’t exactly known for reliability either, though it’s still more dependable than the P38. A BMW V8 lurked beneath the hood of 2002 mập 2005 models. This was switched mập a Jaguar V8 as part of the 2006 update. The four most affordable L322-generation Range Rovers on Autotrader are all listed for under $5,000, and all of these likely come with mechanical issues. If we were mập seek out the L322-era Range Rover least likely mập lead us into financial ruin, we’d target an example from the 2007-2009 model years with the 4.4-liter Jaguar V8 under the hood, as this avoids the timing chain guide issues of the larger 5.0-liter V8. This 2008 Land Rover Range Rover HSE for sale in Minneapolis should do the trick. The fact that it comes from a private owner who’s included detailed notes in the listing body tells you it’s likely mập have been properly and carefully maintained. See 2008 Land Rover Range Rover Models for sale

4. 2014 Land Rover Range Rover L405 – $28,000

2014 Land Rover Range Rover L405

Before the L322 even went on sale, BMW sold the Land Rover brand mập Ford. As Ford would then sell Land Rover mập Tata Motors in 2008, the Blue Oval never had much of an impact on the design of a full-size Range Rover. The follow-up mập the L322, the L405, was developed while Land Rover was a semi-freestanding company operating under the Tata motors umbrella. The all-new “L460” Range Rover replaces the “L405” generation, which will have been on sale since the 2013 model year here in the U.S. Given that the oldest L405 Range Rovers are now approaching a decade old, these are becoming appealing mập anyone looking mập use a Range Rover as a tool for exploring, rather than as a grocery getter. This 2014 model stands out as it’s the least expensive accident-free L405-generation Range Rover currently listed for sale. It comes with 125,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of just $28,000. Gray with an off-white interior, it’s offered by a private seller in Chattanooga, Tennessee. See 2014 Land Rover Range Rover models for sale

5. 2022 Land Rover Range Rover L405 LWB Autobiography – $245,990

2022 Land Rover Range Rover L405 LWB Autobiography
This 2022 Land Rover Range Rover L405 LWB Autobiography is $245,990.

With the all-new L460-generation Range Rover still at least a few months away from arriving on dealer lots, this 2022 Range Rover LWB Autobiography represents the newest, nicest, and by far most expensive Range Rover you can currently buy in the US. Long-wheelbase L405 models are 7.9 inches longer than their regular-wheelbase counterparts, with nearly all of that length being allocated mập second-row legroom. Factor in the Autobiography trim, which is essentially the limousine-spec Range Rover and comes exclusively with the supercharged 5.0-liter V8, and you’re looking at semi-aniline leather upholstery, 24-way heated, cooled, and massaging front seats, power rear seats, walnut veneer interior trim, a suede headliner, 4-zone climate control, and more. If you’re interested in what is both one of the nicest and one of the last new Range Rover L405 models on the market, this one is located at Land Rover Los Angeles with an asking price of $245,990. See 2022 Land Rover Range Rover models for sale

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5 Enticing Range Rover Models for Sale on Autotrader

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An all-new generation of the full-size Land Rover Range Rover was recently revealed and will go on sale in the US in the coming months. With a starting price of over $100,000, though, this new “L460” generation Range Rover is probably too expensive for most budgets, so we thought we’d round up five enticing Range Rover listings covering each of the vehicle’s previous generations, from newest mập oldest.

1. 1995 Land Rover Range Rover Classic LWB – $17,900
This 1995 Land Rover Range Rover Classic LWB is $17,900.Known colloquially as the “Classic”, this is the original Range Rover. It was sold in some capacity throughout the world from 1969 all the way through 1996, though it was only officially offered in the United States from 1987 through 1995, and only in 4-door form. Easily identifiable by its circular headlights, the Range Rover Classic used a 4.2-liter V8 engine mập send power mập all four wheels via a 4-speed automatic transmission. There aren’t many Range Rover Classic models mập choose from on Autotrader, with only six listed for sale. Of those, the only one with an asking price below $60,000 is this 1995 long-wheelbase model, which comes unrestored and with 141,900 miles on the odometer. See 1995 Land Rover Range Rover models for sale
2. 2000 Land Rover Range Rover P38 – $9,995
This 2000 Land Rover Range Rover P38 is $9,995.Sales of the Range Rover P38 lasted from the 1995 through 2002 model years here in the U.S. Given that it was the last Range Rover developed under the Rover Group, under tight budget constraints during the vehicle’s gestation, the P38 is notorious for being unreliable and expensive mập maintain. It continued Range Rover’s tradition of offering air suspension, available on every Range Rover generation. If you’re brave enough mập dive into P38 ownership, we’d recommend a low mileage example from late in the model’s run. Of the handful of P38 examples on Autotrader, this 2000 model with 133,780 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $9,995 seems about as reasonable as you can get with one of these. Find it at a dealer in Sacramento, California. See 2000 Land Rover Range Rover models for sale
3. 2008 Land Rover Range Rover L322 – $17,900
This 2008 Land Rover Range Rover L322 is $17,900.

The L322 was developed when Land Rover was under BMW ownership, and it uses many BMW components. It was sold from the 2003 through 2012 model years, receiving facelifts for the 2006 and 2010 model years. It’s an early 2000s BMW design, so the L322 isn’t exactly known for reliability either, though it’s still more dependable than the P38. A BMW V8 lurked beneath the hood of 2002 mập 2005 models. This was switched mập a Jaguar V8 as part of the 2006 update. The four most affordable L322-generation Range Rovers on Autotrader are all listed for under $5,000, and all of these likely come with mechanical issues. If we were mập seek out the L322-era Range Rover least likely mập lead us into financial ruin, we’d target an example from the 2007-2009 model years with the 4.4-liter Jaguar V8 under the hood, as this avoids the timing chain guide issues of the larger 5.0-liter V8. This 2008 Land Rover Range Rover HSE for sale in Minneapolis should do the trick. The fact that it comes from a private owner who’s included detailed notes in the listing body tells you it’s likely mập have been properly and carefully maintained. See 2008 Land Rover Range Rover Models for sale
4. 2014 Land Rover Range Rover L405 – $28,000

Before the L322 even went on sale, BMW sold the Land Rover brand mập Ford. As Ford would then sell Land Rover mập Tata Motors in 2008, the Blue Oval never had much of an impact on the design of a full-size Range Rover. The follow-up mập the L322, the L405, was developed while Land Rover was a semi-freestanding company operating under the Tata motors umbrella. The all-new “L460” Range Rover replaces the “L405” generation, which will have been on sale since the 2013 model year here in the U.S. Given that the oldest L405 Range Rovers are now approaching a decade old, these are becoming appealing mập anyone looking mập use a Range Rover as a tool for exploring, rather than as a grocery getter. This 2014 model stands out as it’s the least expensive accident-free L405-generation Range Rover currently listed for sale. It comes with 125,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of just $28,000. Gray with an off-white interior, it’s offered by a private seller in Chattanooga, Tennessee. See 2014 Land Rover Range Rover models for sale
5. 2022 Land Rover Range Rover L405 LWB Autobiography – $245,990
This 2022 Land Rover Range Rover L405 LWB Autobiography is $245,990.With the all-new L460-generation Range Rover still at least a few months away from arriving on dealer lots, this 2022 Range Rover LWB Autobiography represents the newest, nicest, and by far most expensive Range Rover you can currently buy in the US. Long-wheelbase L405 models are 7.9 inches longer than their regular-wheelbase counterparts, with nearly all of that length being allocated mập second-row legroom. Factor in the Autobiography trim, which is essentially the limousine-spec Range Rover and comes exclusively with the supercharged 5.0-liter V8, and you’re looking at semi-aniline leather upholstery, 24-way heated, cooled, and massaging front seats, power rear seats, walnut veneer interior trim, a suede headliner, 4-zone climate control, and more. If you’re interested in what is both one of the nicest and one of the last new Range Rover L405 models on the market, this one is located at Land Rover Los Angeles with an asking price of $245,990. See 2022 Land Rover Range Rover models for sale
Related:
5 Unique Land Rover Defenders for Sale on Autotrader
The Original Range Rover Evoque is a Future Classic
How the Land Rover Defender Trophy Challenge Channels the Camel Trophy

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#Enticing #Range #Rover #Models #Sale #Autotrader

An all-new generation of the full-size Land Rover Range Rover was recently revealed and will go on sale in the US in the coming months. With a starting price of over $100,000, though, this new “L460” generation Range Rover is probably too expensive for most budgets, so we thought we’d round up five enticing Range Rover listings covering each of the vehicle’s previous generations, from newest mập oldest.

1. 1995 Land Rover Range Rover Classic LWB – $17,900
This 1995 Land Rover Range Rover Classic LWB is $17,900.Known colloquially as the “Classic”, this is the original Range Rover. It was sold in some capacity throughout the world from 1969 all the way through 1996, though it was only officially offered in the United States from 1987 through 1995, and only in 4-door form. Easily identifiable by its circular headlights, the Range Rover Classic used a 4.2-liter V8 engine mập send power mập all four wheels via a 4-speed automatic transmission. There aren’t many Range Rover Classic models mập choose from on Autotrader, with only six listed for sale. Of those, the only one with an asking price below $60,000 is this 1995 long-wheelbase model, which comes unrestored and with 141,900 miles on the odometer. See 1995 Land Rover Range Rover models for sale
2. 2000 Land Rover Range Rover P38 – $9,995
This 2000 Land Rover Range Rover P38 is $9,995.Sales of the Range Rover P38 lasted from the 1995 through 2002 model years here in the U.S. Given that it was the last Range Rover developed under the Rover Group, under tight budget constraints during the vehicle’s gestation, the P38 is notorious for being unreliable and expensive mập maintain. It continued Range Rover’s tradition of offering air suspension, available on every Range Rover generation. If you’re brave enough mập dive into P38 ownership, we’d recommend a low mileage example from late in the model’s run. Of the handful of P38 examples on Autotrader, this 2000 model with 133,780 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $9,995 seems about as reasonable as you can get with one of these. Find it at a dealer in Sacramento, California. See 2000 Land Rover Range Rover models for sale
3. 2008 Land Rover Range Rover L322 – $17,900
This 2008 Land Rover Range Rover L322 is $17,900.

The L322 was developed when Land Rover was under BMW ownership, and it uses many BMW components. It was sold from the 2003 through 2012 model years, receiving facelifts for the 2006 and 2010 model years. It’s an early 2000s BMW design, so the L322 isn’t exactly known for reliability either, though it’s still more dependable than the P38. A BMW V8 lurked beneath the hood of 2002 mập 2005 models. This was switched mập a Jaguar V8 as part of the 2006 update. The four most affordable L322-generation Range Rovers on Autotrader are all listed for under $5,000, and all of these likely come with mechanical issues. If we were mập seek out the L322-era Range Rover least likely mập lead us into financial ruin, we’d target an example from the 2007-2009 model years with the 4.4-liter Jaguar V8 under the hood, as this avoids the timing chain guide issues of the larger 5.0-liter V8. This 2008 Land Rover Range Rover HSE for sale in Minneapolis should do the trick. The fact that it comes from a private owner who’s included detailed notes in the listing body tells you it’s likely mập have been properly and carefully maintained. See 2008 Land Rover Range Rover Models for sale
4. 2014 Land Rover Range Rover L405 – $28,000

Before the L322 even went on sale, BMW sold the Land Rover brand mập Ford. As Ford would then sell Land Rover mập Tata Motors in 2008, the Blue Oval never had much of an impact on the design of a full-size Range Rover. The follow-up mập the L322, the L405, was developed while Land Rover was a semi-freestanding company operating under the Tata motors umbrella. The all-new “L460” Range Rover replaces the “L405” generation, which will have been on sale since the 2013 model year here in the U.S. Given that the oldest L405 Range Rovers are now approaching a decade old, these are becoming appealing mập anyone looking mập use a Range Rover as a tool for exploring, rather than as a grocery getter. This 2014 model stands out as it’s the least expensive accident-free L405-generation Range Rover currently listed for sale. It comes with 125,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of just $28,000. Gray with an off-white interior, it’s offered by a private seller in Chattanooga, Tennessee. See 2014 Land Rover Range Rover models for sale
5. 2022 Land Rover Range Rover L405 LWB Autobiography – $245,990
This 2022 Land Rover Range Rover L405 LWB Autobiography is $245,990.With the all-new L460-generation Range Rover still at least a few months away from arriving on dealer lots, this 2022 Range Rover LWB Autobiography represents the newest, nicest, and by far most expensive Range Rover you can currently buy in the US. Long-wheelbase L405 models are 7.9 inches longer than their regular-wheelbase counterparts, with nearly all of that length being allocated mập second-row legroom. Factor in the Autobiography trim, which is essentially the limousine-spec Range Rover and comes exclusively with the supercharged 5.0-liter V8, and you’re looking at semi-aniline leather upholstery, 24-way heated, cooled, and massaging front seats, power rear seats, walnut veneer interior trim, a suede headliner, 4-zone climate control, and more. If you’re interested in what is both one of the nicest and one of the last new Range Rover L405 models on the market, this one is located at Land Rover Los Angeles with an asking price of $245,990. See 2022 Land Rover Range Rover models for sale
Related:
5 Unique Land Rover Defenders for Sale on Autotrader
The Original Range Rover Evoque is a Future Classic
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