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2 minutes ago, forestboy1978 said:

it aint the power.... it's a Range Rover....

I will stick to my  1970 and 71, 2 door range rovers, does that make me a c**t as well

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3 minutes ago, htb said:

I will stick to my  1970 and 71, 2 door range rovers, does that make me a c**t as well

Clearly not. It's quite simple really. Ask yourself this question! Would Katie Price drive it even if it wasn't pink? If the answer is yes then you probably are a c**t!

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Been running a L322 v8 Range Rover for work for past 20 months, got sick of losing masses of depreciation on modern new stuff.. navara/rodeo/trafic etc. Which were bad enough when they were £20,000 but even worse now some are £30,000. Now got cheap modern little van for most miles and the Rover for towing. Done nearly 17,000 miles in it, could sell it tomorrow for what paid for it. £150 oil, filters and mot + £150 brakes.

Masses of power, comfy as hell, better off road and towing than my 90 or any other vehicle I’ve had. Massive boot/rear seat area with great security rather than pick up canopy. I’d recommend them to anyone. And £5000 cash will get you a half decent one!

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Picked it up on Saturday. No regrets. LOVE IT!

 

Took family out to dinner on Sunday in the Forest and one of the roads was flooded in Beaulieu. Delighted to be unaffected by the flooding 🙂

 

Only thing about these off road tyres is so easy to lose the back end in the wet in 2WD as it'll spin so I have to switch to 4WD in the rain on roads. Not sure if I can mess around with traction control setting to avoid that. Haven't even gone there yet. Also tyre pressure sensor seems to be not working properly. Not sure if this is due to the off rd tyres  or not. I'm also not sure if the off rds are factory fitted. On temporary insurance ATM so need to figure this out by Saturday. 

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