by tjnc21 on May 14, 2013 Vehicle: 1995 Land Rover Range Rover County LWB 4dr SUV AWD
This car is an amazing vehicle. My mother bought it new in 1995 a few months before I was born. We've been through a few cars since then, and this is the only one that has stayed. Sure, it has some faults (i.e. the air suspension gave out, the alternator died a few times, the headliner sags), but we love it nonetheless. No other car has compared to it (except for maybe the all-new 2013 model). My mother got a new car a few months ago, and boy was I glad. I am 17 and could not be
more happy to have this as my first car. The coil suspension IS bouncy and its slow to accelerate, but this car has kept me safe since I was a baby, and it continues to do so today. 55k miles and still going strong!
by jma3 on Nov 12, 2012 Vehicle: 1995 Land Rover Range Rover County Classic 4dr SUV AWD
I recently aquired my 95 RRC SWB, Beluga Black from the San Diego, Ca. area & did drive it back to the S.F. Bay area (8.5 hour drive) without any issues. I had been wanting one for the past 12 years & I finally got it. My plans are to repair, replace(parts) & restore this beautiful classy rig to brand new condition. Spring/Bilstein conversion has been completed & Borla exhaust from the headers back were added. I was shocked to find out,the 3.9L engine, along with exhaust system gave it plenty of power providing 20-21MPG in freeway driving hauling 3 adults+luggage. Also noticed multiple looks in the aesthetics department. Will need replacement of gaskets, as it's leaking oil+a few relays.
by Jim on Aug 13, 2009 Vehicle: 1995 Land Rover Range Rover County Classic 4dr SUV AWD
Bought it last year with 115,000 miles. Very few problems so far. The 1995 model year has a few quirks, such as air bags that make it very difficult to add aftermarket grill guards and other things. Added a roof rack, an ax, and some other goodies. Great stereo.
by snowmotion on Mar 14, 2008 Vehicle: 1995 Land Rover Range Rover County LWB 4dr SUV AWD
These cars make me wonder how brittan won the War I bought Ours New i has had 2 Motors 5 Transmissions & has had EVERY component Fail Every Switch motor Light Door Locks You Name it, it Broke. Drives great When it is not in a Shop And It IS GOOD OFF ROAD but Not a good Value Car and expensive to fix
by jc5366 on Nov 3, 2006 Vehicle: 1995 Land Rover Range Rover 4.0 SE 4dr SUV AWD
Beware of 2 major problems with the 95 Rover: engine leaks and electrical malfunctions/failures. The keyless entry also leaves something to be desired. The performance is comparable to other SUVs in its class and I have found in most 95s the air- suspension has already been converted to the traditional coil (with no problem) due to problems early on. Overall, it is a beautiful vehicle inside and out, but with age come problems; this is a very high maintenance vehicle. I am very attached to my Rover, but it comes with its share of problems.
The new 4.0 SE is introduced as a late '95 model. Styling is an evolution of the classic Range Rover look. A new chassis sports an electronic air suspension and a 4.0-liter V8 that produces 190 horsepower. This top-of-the-line SUV also includes luxuries such as the obligatory leather and wood-trimmed cabin and a premium stereo with a six-disc CD changer.