Thats why you have the problems you do.ratbrain said:fortunately, i did not buy from encino...
I wish Hornburg would dump the Enterprise cars. Sometimes they're OK. When I had a suspension failure, they game me an Infiniti G35 as a loaner. Yet when I took the RRS in for a standard service, I had the choice between a Jeep Liberty or a Chevy Malibu. I'd much rather have the LR2.Boaz said:Just dropped off my new LR3 for its first service at Land Rover Pasadena (formerly "Symes"). I had always serviced my RRS there, and it always bugged me that they only gave you a compact Enterprise rental as a loaner. Well the new policy is to give you an LR2, which is so much classier and nicer. I'm glad they've finally come around on this. They have several and save them for people inside the warranty. They are basic models without nav systems, but still very nice.
Initial observations on the LR2
The sound system, which is Alpine rather than HK, is MUCH better.
The push button start/stop is gimmicky, but it's nice to have a smaller key fob.
This is not any kind of off road vehicle. No adjustable ride height. Good for the basic dirt road and snow perhaps, but I wouldn't want to take this on any of the harder stuff I've done in the Sport or LR3.
Conclusion - Thumbs up to Land Rover Pasadena for the change of policy. :thumb: