Is it smart to buy a 10-year-old Range Rover Sport?

Is a 10-year-old Range Rover Sport TDV6 good value at £8000 with 99,000 miles on it?

Asked on 28 October 2019 by David O S Davies

Answered by Dan Powell
I'm not sure what value you will get from a 10-year-old Range Rover Sport. The maintenance and servicing costs will be expensive and reflective of a £40,000 luxury SUV (and not one that's worth £8k). It'll also be susceptible all manner of age-related wear and tear, which will produce some eye watching repair bills in the not too distant future.
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