Stay Away..For those that Have not had
problems Yet SELL SELL SELL! Here we
go, Brakes ABS system, Radiator,
Several Thermostats, Exhaust system,
Boots, Head Gasket 2x, Valve Job, Paint
(for rust) power windows 2, Brake
switch (car stuck in park). So many
tows that GEICO droped my Road rescue
towing coverage. Brake cylinder. 2
times car broke within a week of
Keeps me from gambling, Dealer has all
my money. If this was a plane I would
have EJECTED long ago.
Scrap and rebuild ENGINE, and ALL other
Before buying a Land Rover, you should
set up a trust fund in order to
finance the parts. An oil change
alone will run $60. The regulator on
the rear passenger window
broke...$330. The ignition lock
assembly just broke...parts are $415.
It is mechanically unreliable. It
leaks oil like a sieve. A lifter is
ticking. My mechanic says he could
fix it but it would be around $1,500.
The A/C compressor pulley bearings are
starting to squeal. I can't bring
myself to price a new clutch and
bearing assembly for that. It gets a
vibration at about 65mph. Don't get
sucked in by the stylish exterior.
There's a lemon underneath it.
It does perform well off-road. It
looks cool. That's about it.
Make it in the US and put a Chevy
emblem on front.
just becouse a Land Rover is a unique
machine doesnt mean that it should be
so poorly engineered and built a small
collision will cost u dearly. The
transfer case had to be replaced at 50k
along with the cam & lifters. Along
with various steering problems. The
worst is the front wheel bearings have
become loose and even after tightening
by the dealer and cause strong
vibration & violent shaking of the
steering wheel when going above 60 on
the freeway, it could very possibly
result in a collision I wouldnt want
this poor example of British
engineering to become a leathal
weapon !!!!! They are only
good for scrap, and this is comming
from a Brit..
The exterior design is great and it is
Burn the interior, put in a propper
engine to pull its own weight and god
forbid possibly a boat larger than a
OK, so I bought it used. But unless the
previous owner was the Torture Test-
driver from Car and Driver magazine, it
shouldn't have been this bad.
Constantly stalled, leaked, rattled,
shook, squealed, and just plain broke
down. I was going to trade it in to get
a new car, but it won't stay out of the
mechanic's long enough to get to a
dealer. Mileage sucks, tires and breaks
wear out way too fast, and it costs a
fortune to fix (my mechanic just bought
a castle). Anyway, it sucks, flat out.
Driving it from the mechanic's to my
Oh please. Let's just say everything
mechanical for the sake of space.
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