How many miles will a 2010 Range Rover last?
A Range Rover can last between 150,000 to 200,000 miles with thorough maintenance, regular servicing and conservative driving habits. Based on an annual mileage of 15,000 miles per year this equates to 10 to 13 years of service before breaking down or requiring uneconomical repairs.
Is the Range Rover Sport a reliable car?
The Range Rover Sport received a pretty poor rating from owners in the 2020 What Car? Reliability Survey, finishing bottom out of nine luxury SUVs scrutinised. The Land Rover brand as a whole achieved below-average marks to finish 31st out of the 31 manufacturers tested.
How reliable is Land Rover?
The Land Rover Reliability Rating is 2.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 31st out of 32 for all car brands. This rating is based on an average across 345 unique models. The average annual repair cost for a Land Rover is $1,174, which means it has average ownership costs.
What kind of car is a 2010 Range Rover Sport?
The 2010 Land Rover Range Rover Sport is the latest progression of the premium luxury SUV intended primarily for city dwellers. As the name would imply, the Sport model is a more nimble and maneuverable variant of the larger Range Rover.
Is the 2010 Land Rover Discovery worth the money?
While the changes for 2010 are not terribly obvious on the outside, and Land Rover has done nothing to correct the silly sloping rear window angle, the interior changes make this a car finally worth the $82,000 price tag (as tested). From the wood trim to the beautifully stitched dashboard, this interior is now world class.
Is the 2010 Lexus RRS a good car?
The 2010 RRS has it all! Extended leather opt gives it as good a fit and finish as any MB, Caddy, or Lexus. Ride quality is definitely sporty and European, but not at the expense of luxury, and the exhaust note is aggressive but subtle.
What do you think about the 2010 RRS?
The 2010 RRS has it all! Extended leather opt gives it as good a fit and finish as any MB, Caddy, or Lexus. Ride quality is definitely sporty and European, but not at the expense of luxury, and the exhaust note is aggressive but subtle. Surround camera system is a bit hokey until you need to parallel park in a tight spot.