before you purchase a used Range Rover,
a few suggestions:
1. a thorough inspection of the
drivetrain. get the transmission
closely inspected, including the
transfer case. on a test drive, from a
complete stop, give it the gas pedal to
put the transmission under stress/high
load. listen for any knocking.
2. if the range rover has over 50K
miles on it, start planning on having
the Electronic Air Suspension
repaired. this system is highly prone
to malfunction. check into the price
of the coil spring replacement for this
the looks of the car are unique and
outstanding. features that are my
favorites are the one-touch
get rid of the EAS, it's a wasted bit
of fluff that rarely is worth it's cost.
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