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Back in 2007 I leased a $73,000 Sport Supercharged with Stormer wheels for 30 months at 10,500 miles year. I negotiated $3,000 off at the time. My only money down was $300 registration fee. My lease payment was $1209. It had all the options except for the DVD player. CARMAN - I am told that Land Rover is offering a $3500 incentive ending December 2009 specifically for the Range Rover Sport ... Read More
Your statements are absolutely correct. The current RR was designed in the mid 90's by BMW with (at the time) state of the art design and safety standards. And yes, my children are always properly secured in the vehicle with Britax car seats. But you can't ignore the facts. Most newer vehicles that have a head protection system (even the RR sport) use curtain style airbags for 1st & 2nd rows. ... Read More
Your concern for your children's safety is admirable, but you seem to be drawing some unwarranted conclusions about the function and performance of these airbag systems based on inadequate information. If you don't feel safe with your family in a Range Rover, there isn't anything else on the road that could give you the sense of security you are seeking. Your model year Range Rover was designed by BMW, a car ... Read More
Does anyone have an absolute answer as to the exact airbag configuration of a 2007 or newer RR HSE? The main reason for my purchasing a 2007 was from all the press releases from Land Rover stating that the interior of the vehicle and the airbag system was redesigned and reconfigured. The vehicle supposedly now has new torso (seat deployed) side airbags, a knee airbag for the driver, and "SIDE - ... Read More
Welcome shamsiddin. What you heard is correct. I don't believe that there are many 2007 Range Rovers left out there at this point. If you want to lease this truck, you are probably going to have to go with a 2008 model. Through January 7th, Land Rover Capital's buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 Range Rover HSE with 15,000 miles per ... Read More
Allright, well I've seen some good posts here. I think folks are finally starting to wake up. One post read that on a recent trip to Europe he was supprised to find that Defender was still produced!! I predict that the high dollar world of the U.S. Defender is about to come crashing down. There is nothing I hate more than a purely utilitarian automobile that catches on as a fad. ... Read More
Hi rr4mywife. I'd be happy to comment on this truck's MSRP and selling price if you tell me what they are, but the fact that you are able to get your new Range Rover through the X-Plan almost guarantees that you are getting a great deal on it. Just make sure that the dealer you are working with uses Land Rover Capital Group's buy rate lease money factor and residual value ... Read More
Hi Jose. This truck's lease payment will depend upon what sort of selling price you are able to negotiate on it. I personally am not all that familiar with what the market is like for the Range Rover right now, for now let's assume that you will be able to negotiate a 2,000 discount. If your truck's selling price is lower, its monthly payment will drop and vice versa. Make sure ... Read More
Hi jackson472. Land Rover Capital Group's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2007 Range Rover SC with 15,000 miles per year are .00181 and 63%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00238 and 51%, respectively. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
Greetings dave2007. Land Rover's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 2007 Range Rover HSE with 15,000 miles per year are .00006 and 58%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00111 and 47%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi Oliver. Land Rover usually introduces new incentives programs on a quarterly basis. It launched new incentives in April, but unfortunately it is still not any cash incentives on the 2007 Range Rover. It does have a special lease program on this truck though. Land Rover Capital Group's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Range Rover HSE with 12,000 miles ... Read More
Greetings sb07. Land Rover Capital Group's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2007 Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE with 15,000 miles per year are .00250 and 66%, respectively. I have not seen this truck's 30 month lease program, but its 36 month numbers are .00290 and 53%. Your lease payment will vary depending upon what the MSRP and selling price ... Read More
Here you go... Just scroll down till you find the Land Rover sales CYTD sales are up 8.2 percent for Land Rover and I know at one time we were the only SUV brand that had positive sales growth for the year. I am not sure if that is still true. Sport sales were up 26.7% last month and LR3 sales were up 27.6%. Range Rover sales were down a bit ... Read More
I couldn't read all of that since it was mostly a couple of run on sentences but I will point out the false parts of what I did read. RRS have not been delayed. Land Rover told us this past winter that 2008s would arrive in July. My drop dates for 2008 Sports and LR3s have been the last week in June or the first week in July since January. There ... Read More
You truly have no idea what you are talking about. Rover's quality was worse when it was owned by BMW then it is now. Rover's quality was much, much worse back before BMW owned them because they had no capital to improve the products. BMW provided a fair amount of capital to help rover do some things but mainly just bought rover so that they would not have to develop 4wd ... Read More
The dealership is not out of touch with reality that is what a 71,250 dollar car leases for without any incentives. The entire marketplace has gotten crazy with incentives in the past few years and Land Rover has ZERO incentives on their vehicles with the exeption of left over 2006 MY LR3s. I was just at the launch for the new land rover and one of the things we talked about ... Read More
I have been shopping around for a Range Rover Sport Supercharged since December 2006 and have certainly noticed some price fluctuation in the last few months. For example in late December, I managed to negotiate down a Range Rover Sport with an MSRP of $73,550.00 down to $69,550.00, but decided against it as I felt the lease prices were a bit high, and I wanted to wait for the 2007 model. ... Read More
I am looking to lease a 2007 Range Rover SC. Does anyone know the current money factor and residuals offered by Land Rover Capital Finance for 24 and 36 month terms?
Can someone please shed some light on why Land Rover dealers are asking for INSANE amounts of money for RRS leases? I have done some shopping around and found the following prices for a 36 month lease with 0 down and 12K miles/year: 2007 BMW 745LI (MSRP $82,675) - $1120/mo 2007 MB ML 500 (MSRP $66,670) - $999/mo 2007 Audi Q7 4.8 Premium (MSRP $63,940) - $930/mo 2007 MB G500 (MSRP ... Read More
It's all relative. Operating any vehicle that has fulltime 4WD and the electronics that go into a Land Rover is likely to generate more maintenance needs than a vehicle (can anyone say Toyota?) that is not so equipped. It's just good sense to make certain the lubricants and filters are changed out regularly and you keep the tires properly inflated. The best way to avoid excess maintenance from off road forays ... Read More
Hello Roving Rovers I am in the market to lease a 2007 Range Rover HSE. I would prefer 3 years, but 2 years works. Looking for about 12000 miles/year. Now that we are in late March, are there any incentives for the 2007 Range Rover? Land Rover keeps sending me a 2000 coupon for 2006 Range Rover. No one has the 06 in stock anymore. I will be trading my 2005 ... Read More
There is just over 9,000 dollars of profit in a supercharged Range Rover. I can go look at a real invoice anytime I like as all online invoices are typically off by 500 to 1000 dollars. You said and I quote, "ince this is a consumer's forum, let me make some comments about prices. There is no way one should pay MSRP for a vehicle. On a car like the Range ... Read More
Hi cjfd. These trucks' lease programs vary depending upon how long you lease them for and their mileage allowance. For now I will assume that you are interested in a 36 month lease with 15,000 miles per year. Let me know if you want something different. Land Rover Capital Group's current buy rate lease money factor for a 36 month lease of a 2006 Range Rover HSE with 15,000 miles per ... Read More
Hi Kilikay - I too called some dealerships here in Chicago and the reason they gave me for the low residual on the '07s is because they're going off of '06 residuals and expect the residuals to go higher by beginning of December when more inventory comes in and Land Rover Financial sets their residual values. They quoted me residuals set by US Bank at 46% on a 36 month lease ... Read More
Well the LR2 will go on sale in November for all of europe. The North American market will not get one till April of 2007. That gives them a good six months to get any kinks worked out in europe before it comes here. We ordered five LR2s this past Tuesday and we will get those cars the first part of April. Yesterday there was a grassroots meeting for Land Rover ... Read More
Ehh I don't know yet. I don't expect a power close feature as Land Rover is worried about motors being shorted out when fording water. No TDV8 anytime soon. Probably not till the end of the decade. The next Gen F150 is supposed to have a 6 cylinder version of the TDV8 going in the european Range Rovers if that is the case the Range Rover might get the engine sooner. ... Read More
I just celebrated my first anniversary with my Sport S/C. I have only had small issues with the car--the wipers and a check engine light that came on. Land Rover sent me a travel bag for my anniversary along with a discount coupon for a 2006 Range Rover. I also just received an issue of their magazine. I am glad that I bought the vehicle. :) I have black/black and wouldn't ... Read More
Yeah I think I posted the changes sometime previously. Here are all of the changes. All are interior or internal changes on exterior changes. Issued by: Land Rover North America, One Premier Place, Irvine, CA 92618 MARKETING BULLETIN This bulletin outlines the pricing and product specification for the 2007MY Range Rover. Start of production for the 2007MY Range Rover is August 14, 2006. 2007MY Range Rover Program Summary Summary of product ... Read More
I know people will find this hard to belive but we do not have pricing yet. We ordered our first set of 2007 MY vehicles last month but we don't know how much we spent. Land Rover will not give us pricing for a couple of months from what I have heard. My guess is that with all the added features a Supercharged Range Rover with all of the goods is ... Read More
No low range in the LR2 I am sorry to say. The terrain response system will be permanant AWD with four terran response modes. 1. General Driving 2. Snow/Grass/Gravel 3. Mud and Ruts 4. Sand mode I would have loved it if they included low range but I understand why they did not. If you look at the premium small SUV segment none of them have low range. It is not ... Read More
Link to information 2007 Range Rover: New Diesel V8, new interior, instrumentation, new trim and dashboard, cooled seats, electronic parking brake, Terrain Response, revised stereo. http://www.easier.com/view/News/Motoring/Land_Rover/article-52932.html .
Ok first of all the Land Rover going to the saturn style of pricing is BS. You can of course try and negotiate on any of our vehicles but with the extremely limited supply that most Land Rovers are in many times they do go for MSRP or very close to it. As was previously stated above if you wanted a Supercharged Range Rover or Range Rover Sport you would be ... Read More
Hey Chris, I totally hear you! I had a 1972 Land-Rover short wheel base in college. I continue to drive my 1989 Range Rover Classic. I can't say that the new LR3 or the RR Sport makes me want to get interested in Land Rover's again. I don't have your money, but I defenately would pay a premium for LR, as yo mention, a history and just a good all round ... Read More
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