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Range Rover Sport long-term reliability and ownership costs

Asked by Peter

Having recently retired, we're looking at treating ourselves to something special as regards our next car. We want to travel extensively around the country and have something that will take whatever comes our way while being a pleasure to drive and be driven in. I'm looking at a Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic SDV6. Being an expensive car, this would have to be a long-term keeper, so what do you think of this with regard to likely/possible long-term reliability and ownership costs?

Answered by CarsGuide

18 Dec 2015 Graham Smith

There’s no reason to believe that the Range Rover won’t be reliable over the long term, but it will almost certainly be more expensive to own and run. Servicing will be more expensive than a lesser model from an Asian carmaker for instance.

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