Well where should I start... I bought the Land Rover at 85K miles, drove it to about 110K miles and then decided to trade it in after about $6000 of repairs to the hydraulic shocks, and other things I cannot remember due to the horrible memories being blocked from my memory that are just too painful to think about. The car was tremendous fun for off roading, but please do not buy unless you work in the medical field or a CEO.
Ability to go anywhere on the face of the planet. Wonderful interior/exterior design!
Get only the springs NOT the hydraulics! Plan on getting only 11-13mpg on premium gas and a twelve-second 0-60!
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