I read that Land Rover will no longer pay for the maintenance on the 2010 year model vehicles (except for the first oil change a la Mercedes). That is too bad; it seems only BMW, Audi and VW now pay for the scheduled maintenance on their vehicles. I also contacted LRNA customer relations recently to complain about a simple fix my dealer charged me for and was told that "adjustments" are no longer covered by the bumper to bumper warranty. I have a Range Rover and LR3 and both are still under the factory warranty. The rear sunshade on my LR3 would not stay closed and the dealer charged me $29.10 to fix it and apologized for LRNA not paying for so called "adjustments" anymore. I have always received excellent service from my dealer but I find it absolutely shocking that LRNA is resorting to such incredible policies. I am really saddened with the direction LRNA is taking and will definitely be looking elsewhere when I am in the market for a new vehicle. I was also eager to get the new XJ model when it hits our shores, but I believe I will wait for the new A8 instead.