by Aaron on Jan 23, 2010 Vehicle: 1992 Land Rover Range Rover
This Land Rover is by far the best choice I have ever made. I have used it for towing, commutes, recoveries, and spend a lot of time in the mountains four-wheeling with it. In the 7 years I have owned it I have put over 100,000 miles on it with minimal problems. While it does have it's quirks it has completely sold me on the Land Rover make. If you want a go anywhere, fun to drive, safe SUV look no further. If you want a SUV that will never leave the pavement your money is better used elsewhere.
by pty on Aug 29, 2004 Vehicle: 1992 Land Rover Range Rover
I liked the previous reviewers "
unstopable" description. A great and
classic British auto. Since she rolled
100k, I am driving an LX470, very
luxurious and mechanically almost
perfect,,,,,but I miss the Rover. My 22
year old son inherited it,complaining
at first,,,but is slowly falling in
love with it,,,,. He seems to know what
a great car is.
by JoHoHo on Jun 24, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Land Rover Range Rover
1992 Range Rover Classic. Purchased
at 90,000 miles. Installed new
suspension (shocks and springs), new
heater, and then our daughter put on
another 30,000+ miles on it driving
back and forth to school. Routine oil
changes, a new set of tires, and she
is still "good to go" ANYWHERE!
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).
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