I bought a 2018 RRS Supercharged Dynamic with 7k mileage about a month or so ago. Felt good to buy it, haven't seen much of it since. The soft close doors on both rear doors haven't worked since purchase. They've had to do a full update of all the electronics from multiple quirks, non working cameras, audio / Bluetooth not working. There was a loose screw under the seat somewhere at some point that required them to fix as it came loose during operation and was making a lot of noise. we are on the 3rd try to fix the doors. On our last try they made it so you could not exit the vehicle from the left passenger door at all. Today I went for pickup and you couldn't even shut the back door. I went to test it the first time and it sounded like the inside of the door fell apart when I touched it. I've been driving a loaner more than the car in the last month since purchase. I've never had this happen and I've owned a LOT of cars.
I gotta know... Is this what owning this car will be like? I love the look and the drive... But is this going to be a long term thing? It's brand new... I see a lot of older ones on the roads so I figured that's a good sign, right? I mean come on it's a Range Rover.
I am wondering if I should cut my losses and take the hit on depreciation and buy a Porsche. I want someone to tell me to relax and it will get better ... Will it?