by Ron S. on Dec 31, 2004 Vehicle: 1991 Land Rover Range Rover
Take good care of your Rover and it will take good care of you. I have owned this vehicle for a little over three years and all Iíve had to replace is the battery. The previous owner took good care of it and likewise Iíve done the same. No mechanical problems, just enough power, and tenacious off-road capabilities. Iíve heard that prices for parts can be expensive, but from looking at the receipts on work done, parts aren't the problem. It seems to be the labor costs that get you. If you can find a good mechanic that won't gouge you, it seems costs would be about average for a foreign vehicle. If you ever decide you want a real off-road vehicle and not a toy, this is the vehicle for you.
by LandRover91 on Jun 2, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Land Rover Range Rover
I use the truck off road unlike over 90% of
Landrover owners. With some Old Man Emu
suspension this Rover is incredible off road.
On the highway things are a bit soft and
unstable feeling, but that was my choice.
Some parts are real cheap and others are way
out expensive. Overall the only thing I wish
was better would be the mileage. (lucky
Europeans get the Diesel versions)
I have had two Land Rovers in my life time. I had a 1992 Range Rover and a 1996 Discovery. The Range Rover was a good solid car and the Discovery was not to bad either except for some hard weeks spe...
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