by vincent on Mar 25, 2008 Vehicle: 1993 Land Rover Range Rover LWB 4dr SUV AWD
I have owned my 93 RR LWB County for 4 years now. I have replaced the air suspension with Oldman Emu coils. Lots of little electrical problems and constant maintenance of rust especially anywhere steel meets aluminum. Parts are expensive, since it is British and some of the electrical components, computers etc are complicated and require a Rover technician with a computer, but if you put it into perspective, there is no better purpose built vehicle that can compete with the Rover. I have even pulled an H2 out of a snow bank with the Rover, much to the dismay of the Humvee owner. If you are lucky enough to find one, buy it, they are getting rare. A real modern classic.
by Bradley on Aug 5, 2007 Vehicle: 1993 Land Rover Range Rover LWB 4dr SUV AWD
I love this car so much, it will cruise down the freeeway happily at 80mph for days. And then you can follow some of your Jeep friends out into the woods, and have to pull some of them out, been there, done that :]. The visibility is amazing, and you can't beat saying, "Ok, I'll be there in a little bit, I'm in a Blue Range Rover". I love this car. If you ever have the opportunity to own one of these cars, take it.
Catering to the "bigger is better" whims of the SUV market, Land Rover brings out the County LWB. As one might guess, the letters stand for long wheelbase. With an eight-inch-longer stretch between the wheels, the LWB version offers limousinelike legroom for those in back. To deal with the added weight, the LWB also comes with a slightly larger V8 (4.2-liter versus the 3.9-liter mill in the standard County) good for 200 horsepower (18 more than the 3.9).