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  1. Finally time to say goodbye, thanks everyone

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Well, its about that time to finally say goodbye to the RRS, and to the Land Rover family. After driving essentially the same platform for 10+ years, it's time for a change. I bought a 2016 mercedes e250 bluetec a couple months ago for my daily 60 mile round trip commute with the thought that...
  2. Goodbye BMW!

    New Member Introductions
    Jumping into a 2016 RRSport!!
  3. Goodbye RRS

    Range Rover Sport II / L494
    Hi all, Yesterday I sold my RRS after around 3 years of ownership and 100,000kms! It was an amazing vehicle, although it did have some issues early on, I think that is primarily because it was the first of a new generation (14 plated L494). Thanks to everyone for all the input over the...
  4. Goodbye L320, Hello L494

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has offered input and guidance on keeping my '10 RRS running. I was faced with the choice of dumping $5k into the whole timing chain job, or getting something new, and I decided on the latter. I am sure I will see many of you slowly trickling over to...
  5. Time to say goodbye! Thank you for all the knowledge/ help!!

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    7 years and 92,000 miles later, it's time to see our baby go. I think the RRS design is timeless, and I hate to part with it. It's been relatively trouble free and very rarely went in for any mechanical or electrical failures. When I tell people how reliable it has been over 7 years, they are...
  6. 2017 Range Rover Sport - Goodbye HST, Hello HSE Dynamic

    Range Rover Sport II / L494
    http://cdn.ovalnews.com/pdf/mpr16-12-np.pdf Actual US details
  7. Goodbye Mercedes…..Hello RRS

    Range Rover Sport II / L494
    My last daily driver was a 2013 Mercedes ML350BT which was a great car and I considered a new GLE500 for a while, as well as a Porsche Cayenne S before deciding on a Range Rover. After a 5 month wait (actually to the day!!) I picked up the keys last week to my first Land Rover product, a 2016...
  8. Goodbye checkbook symbol my old friend.

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Well, after replacing the heater core, and realigning the blend and distribution door gears, and generally swearing a lot, I found out why the checkbook warning was still present. On of the blower main relays was toast. Replaced the relay, no more warning, and now a ton more air from the...
  9. Thank you, and Goodbye... Sort of!

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Well, I finally said goodbye to my 03 L322 a few minutes ago. Sold it for $2,500, which should assist with the purchase of a couple of extra bottles of wine to accompany Christmas Dinner next week. It's been hanging around in the back of the yard, and in the back of my mind, since the major...
  10. Good-bye Range Rover, Sort Of

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    It is with pride I am able to hand the key (an original spare, never used) to my 2005 RR over to my daughter. 94,400 miles. I'd still be driving it for sure if we weren't in need of another car in the family. The RR is pristine. Never even went through a car wash. It has the luxury package in...
  11. Sold my P38, Goodbye for now

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I sold my P38 a few weeks ago - after owning both the 2003 Mark III and the 1998 P38 I decided it was time to sell with the high miles I had on her before I get myself into any real trouble. I purchased a 2002 G500 and couldn't be more delighted - yes it gets worse MPG, is more expensive and has...
  12. New to the L320, goodbye 2001 P98 Holland & Holland

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Decided to trade in my sweet 2001 P38 Holland & Holland (90k on the odometer) after a radiator replace /:(. I traded up to a 2008 Range Rover Sport Supercharged with 73k on the odometer. Zermatt Silver / Ebony with what looks like the standard supercharged wheels. Loving the new power and...
  13. Just Wanted to Say Goodbye.

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Well its a sad day. The Range Rover affectionately known as Clarissa is now in another's arms (well hands). I will miss her. Lots of good times. Hope she enjoys Nevada. I don't know how long I'll be able to live without a Range Rover. I suspect I'll own one again someday soon. Cheers/:(
  14. Saying Goodbye

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Well after having my 2004 Range Rover Full Size for just about a year I have to sadly throw in the towel on it. I have never enjoyed the truck more than 30 days before a coolant leak or oil leak happens. It seemed that I kept getting a ping pong effect with the truck. Oil leak fixed then coolant...
  15. Saying goodbye... again

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Well boys it's been an interesting year. After taking the ole' Rhino P38 up to 200k miles I had pretty much sworn off RR's... but got sucked back in last year with a low mileage 05' I couldn't pass up on. Love, love, love this L322... but it is by far the most 'needy' car I've ever owned. It...
  16. Center Muffler Crack / Very Sad / Upset / May be Goodbye

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    My truck is making a loud rumbling sound. Local shop states the center muffler is cracked / rusted and that it'd be $1.5k to replace the center muffler and both rears, as they state they wouldn't be able to reattach the rears, as they too aren’t in great condition. Also called the dealer which...
  17. Goodbye, cruel world....or my head gasket has gone for good

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Well, it looks like the 4.6 HSE that took me and my life to Crete for a year has bitten the dust....you remember the story, the sudden electrical beserk outbreak, that needed the BECM sent back to the UK to get rebuilt, the fact that the car was 1000 up a Cretan mountain, and so on....oh, yes...
  18. Goodbye

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I just wanted to say thanks to all those who post on this site. I learned a lot, saved a ton of cash by fixing issues myself and enjoyed seeing the work you've done with your trucks. I've recently had an issue that's beyond my DIY abilities and will be moving on.
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