i bought my RRS at another dealer and took it to LR of Pasadena. Their policy is, from what i've been told on the phone, if it's just a regular oil change then you get a free ride home within 10 miles. If you are going in for a warranty service, then they will provide you with an Enterprise rental car, i got a Chevy compact car.umbertob said:Loaner policies vary by dealer. Land Rover North America doesn't have a "loaner policy" in place, so it's up to your local dealer to decide whether you will get a nice loaner, a crappy loaner, a comped rental car, a ride home on one of their shuttles or nothing at all. Buying a car through them helps, but only because you can ask them what their loaner policy is before signing the dotted line.
Congratulations :clap: Please share some pictures and your first impression. I pick my car this coming Wednesday - Finally after 3 months of waiting!colonels said:Pulled the trigger on a white/almond 2010 RRS this weekend! The interior really sold it for me. Traded in 2007 silver/black RRS for it and loving the lighter colored interior.
Only got 2k off MSRP but the trade in value plus sales tax savings made it better.
It's a new build so doesn't fall under vin# for service bulletin anything else I should look out for?
Few weeks ago I heard the same rumor and I asked my dealer to let me know if this is correct - I also mentioned that since I haven't got my car yet (3 months and waiting) I will wait for the 2011 model if its true. He said that he is not aware of this and that only Jaguar is offering the maintenance program. Yesterday he call me to let me know the the car left the port and will be at the dealership today or tomorrow (Originally scheduled for the 25th). In any case, he also mentioned that during the dealership meeting there was no mentioning of the program with LR. Just in case he is wrong I told him that if the 2011 will be covered under this pan I would expect the dealership to honer the same coverage.colonels said:one thing that does bother me is the rumor that maintenance+wear tear items will be included in 2011 RRS sales... if the price does not increase to appropriately offset the price from 2010 i will raise complaints with LRNA and insist that my 2010 also be covered by the new maintenance plan
I think BMW is the chief reason why Jaguar is offering the free maintenance deal as part of their "comeback" strategy. I wouldn't bet on Land Rover necessarily following suit in 2011.1098STricolore said:Coming from 15 years with BMW I got use to the complimentary maintenance program