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Looking to buy a RRS with between 60-80K.
What are the major areas/issues I need to be aware of?
Tried the FAQ and all the links were DOA.

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2013 is a good year. Timing chains were updated already. Things to look for is noise when tapping the brakes from lower control arm bushings being worn. Front strut air springs leaking or squeaking over bumps(possibly a bad strut) Coolant leaks at top front of intake manifold and of course water pump leaks.

If it is supercharged listen for rattling noise from the nose of the supercharger. Would be a bad coupler.

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Looking to buy a RRS with between 60-80K.
What are the major areas/issues I need to be aware of?
Tried the FAQ and all the links were DOA.

Thanks.
Had my '13 RRS Super for over a year now. The only issue I have had has been the left front suspension airbag went out (replaced it myself with aftermarket) and the rear left/right turn signals failed from what used to be the Body Control Module (not sure what they replace it with, but mine is shorting out on the rear turn signal).

Other than that, she is a reliable, smooth, beautiful vehicle.
 

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My only issue I have had with mine was the electronic parking brake failed and toasted my rear brakes. I had a CPO Sport, so Rosenthal Land Rover in Tysons replaced everything with updated parts because of a TSB. Aside from that, I love it.
 
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