2004 Land Rover Range Rover HSE 4WD 4dr SUV (4.4L 8cyl 5A)
Just wanted to drop 0.2 cents about my '04 Rover. Rides nice except that the transmission lurchs into and out of third, shop doesnt know what the deal is. Also when the brake pad sensors go off to tell you that they are worn, well that actually means that you'll need new rotors. If the battery runs out when you leave your lights on, well it wont be able to be jumped by a tow truck slave and youll have to get a new $300 battery and new head gaskets (I guess they just wear out after 65K). You will look very fly driving this ride but make sure you get a dependible back up ride for when its in the shop. And some room on your Credit card for the repairs.
Styling is nice but lacking for 75-80K
stop cheaping out on the intergral parts of the vehicle, i.e. Engine components and electrical system
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