Designed and engineered by BMW, the Range Rover offers a satisfying blend of on-road comfort and off-road capability in a stylish and well-trimmed package. If you can afford the price of admission, this is one luxury SUV that won't disappoint.
by bergml on Feb 15, 2012 Vehicle: 2005 Land Rover Range Rover HSE 4WD 4dr SUV (4.4L 8cyl 5A)
107K miles, no major faults to note. All records going back to new. Typical fiddly LR stuff here and there (door handle release cable, dead battery---but it was the original that lasted 7 years, and these things are typically hard on batteries, occasional goofy electrical gremlins, cooling hoses randomly burst---this is well documented) but all in all, the truck has been tremendously reliable and is very comfortable and nothing feels as safe when you're having to navigate through blinding snow storms and 10 degree temps. My truck has the lux package so the seats are straight out of a 7-series BM and are very comfortable. Find one that has been looked after and you'll see why we love them!
by erniki on Feb 5, 2011 Vehicle: 2005 Land Rover Range Rover HSE 4WD 4dr SUV (4.4L 8cyl 5A)
Single owner, mostly highway miles, and this SUV deserves all the credit as a reliable, safe, and stylish SUV.
Have just over 150K miles and have had 3 repairs on the SUV since first purchasing in 2004.
1) Cup Holder
2) Sunglasses Holder
3) O2 Sensor
Routine Maintence on the SUV includes:
Every 5,000 miles change 0w40 Mobile 1
Transmission and coolant flush
** Do not take to Range Rover Dealer **
Since ford purchsed in 2003, the parts are regularly available at most auto mechanics at half the hourly rate.
Love this truck, could not imagine ever going back to a Tahoe.
Curp appeal, safety, and comfort at its best.
by BMW Engine 2005 Rove on Nov 6, 2010 Vehicle: 2005 Land Rover Range Rover HSE 4WD 4dr SUV (4.4L 8cyl 5A)
I hear and read so many reviews of people stating this car is terrible. I got to tell you in my opinion my car has had zero problems besides a cup holder breaking and I am sure that was from me putting something to large in there. Just for the public wanted you to hear a positive review that this is a head Turner/ reliable/ fun SUV and in my opinion the most enjoyable car I have ever had.
The Range Rover's electronic systems -- navigation, audio and telecommunications -- are all new and completely integrated using fiber optics. The new DVD-based navigation system uses a VGA display, which is brighter and has better resolution than last year's LCD unit. A 4x4 driver interface graphically displays vehicle settings and positions, such as the angle of the front wheels, the suspension setting and the direction of travel. The Harman Kardon Logic 7 audio system has been boosted to 710 watts playing through 14 speakers. A Bluetooth wireless cell phone interface has also been added.
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awulf, are you sure? I thought their kit only supported the (less capable) BMW head unit, as seen in the older Range Rover. (NAV-TV sells the actual BMW factory video/tuner module and a harness/cabl...
Well I can't comment on your particular market but up where I am I have four Full Size Range Rovers for sale on the ground. I have one Rang Rover Sport and one Sport Supercharged. I have one more Full...