2006 Land Rover Range Rover
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- Sturdy looks, nice features, but this vehicle may be the ultimate LEMON. Read below and you decide!
- A LEMON inside and out....read on (Land Rover bought it back as a LEMON).
1st service - (side door lock, gas door lock actuator, loose fenders) 2nd service - (coolant leak, coolant reservoir) 3rd service - (contaminated belts, coolant sensor, windshield cowl, right door handle again) 4th service - (central outlet) 5th service - (front bearings/hubs, side door actuator) 6th service - (lower ball joint, control arm replaced, wiper arm) 7th service - (brake shields, gas door actuator). 8th service - (new radio; engine and transmission fault signals; engine stalled three times; steering wheel column); 9th service - (transmission fault; radio!!!).
This was all in the 1st year of ownership!
Result - Vehicle bought back by Land Rover under Lemon Law.
If you enjoy visiting the dealer on a bi-weekly basis and love driving loaner cars while your vehicle is being fixed week in/week out, please do buy one of these!
If you don't trust this review, please read July 31, 2006 review by Forbes "Least Reliable Luxury Cars 2006"�.quote from review - first line of entire review - "When you spend $76,000 for a car, you expect it to be bulletproof. What you don't expect is for Consumer Reports to call it "unreliable," and for J.D. Power and Associates to give it below average ratings across a range of manufacturing quality measures. � J.D. Power gives the Range Rover a below average rating for overall manufacturing quality, a score it says is 'based on problems that have caused a complete breakdown or malfunction of any component, feature or item, i.e., components that stop working or trim pieces that break or come loose.'"
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