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The Land Rover has been a popular vehicle for many years and this is reflected in the bewildering choice available to the Land Rover Buyer. Land Rover has almost a mythical status. It has the reputation of being sturdily built and able to deal with any kind of terrain, but in more recent years, as the Land Rover has taken on a less practical, more stylish look, it has been become increasingly popular as a family car and has also become a firm favourite with the celebrity set, many of them driving land Rovers with special wheel trims and darkened windows. The Land Rover has also become a firm favourite with families and there are many to be seen at school time on the school run.
The choice when buying a Land Rover is whether to buy new or old and if necessary modify it to meet your requirements. Perhaps the first choice to make is to decide what the vehicle is going to be used for. Whether it is to be used to tow something like a caravan or horse box or whether it will be used for a camping holiday. It might be used for carrying small or large numbers of people. These are some of the things you need to be thinking about before you go to see the dealer or seller. You may also want to consider whether the vehicle is likely to be used off road or whether you are planning regular long or short trips, and even, what kind of climate the vehicle is going to be mainly used in. There are many different versions of Land Rovers, and the likelihood is that there is one to suit your needs and a dealer should ask these questions for you to establish which ones are better for you.
If looking for a used vehicle, it is worth mentioning that although the outer panels are made from aluminium, the chassis is made from steel sections, as is the bulkhead. The chances are that on some models, especially on any that are over ten years old, there will be rust on the vehicle, and this needs to be thoroughly checked. Land Rovers are not particularly more expensive to run than an ordinary large family car. Also, Land Rovers tend to hold their cost much better. This means that if you want to replace the vehicle regularly, there may be not much additional finance to find. The market for parts is very competitive, so replacement parts can actually be cheaper than for some cars. Land Rovers are also easy to work on, and maintenance should be easy enough for most people. The other plus point is that Land Rovers are in a low insurance group, which is another positive factor to bear in mind, taking into account the overall cost.
There are a wide range of new models available, and the advice would still be to make sure that you buy the one that is most suitable for you. You can see all models on landroverauctions.co.uk Also, check review sites online which you can use to narrow your choices down and in all cases you should test drive the vehicle. At the moment, there are a number of buying and leasing options available, and again, preparation is paramount.