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If you still own a LR322, where are you in terms of mileage? I have a 2008 that I love and it has 122,000 miles. Roughly $2,000 per year in maintenance with no major deviations... What about the rest of the owners...
 

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2010 with 80K miles. Bought it about 15 months ago with 55K miles on it. It's been exceptionally good - better than the LR3 I bought in 2008 with 20K miles on it, my thought is any problems it might have had have already been fixed - touch wood.
 

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06 with 195K miles on it, no major issues need to replace my front struts not due to leaks but the shock part of them are shot. Already did rear shocks (twice) all new rear upper and lower hub bushings, and one lower control arm on the front. Replace my rear view camera when it died, and my bluetooth module with one from a 2010 because the phone audio was so bad. Other than that its been mostly oil changes, spark plugs, brake pads and tires. Doing new fuel injectors when it gets warm enough.
 

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Full size05 l322 with 245k miles , i have had it for 9 years and only took her to a shop once , she runs great , and does a ton of heavy towing every year between seattle and florida (4000 miles) Its my clydsdale and no signs of slwing down , currently re-upholstering the interior due to age... also replaced timing chain and guides for the first time at 215k miles and getting ready to intall a new torque converter for the first time.. I dont plan on driving anything other than a LWB range rover with tow package.
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08 SC 232K mi, looks like has 23K mi, did chains, guides, tensioners, and VVT sprockets. Radiator replacement, one vac hose, TMS mod.
needs rain sensing wipers figured now
 

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2008 Supercharged with 41,000 miles.
Recently replaced rear diff lock and steering column adjust.


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I bought a 2008 about 4 months ago and I’m at 82000 miles.
 

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2006 RRSC with 106k miles. Recently bought it used at 100k miles. So far so good. It sits for long periods of time on a trickle charger but when I get home, she starts up every time and performs well.
 

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2005, 200K. Orig Rad. Replaced: Transfercase shift motor, timing chains, guides, vanos, driveshaft, front air springs, all rad/heater hoses(mileage/age), Alt, WP (while i was in there) battery, frt pads, stereo head unit repaired. Fluids, filters, plugs......
 

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2010 RR SC with 76k on the clock..purchased it with 67k on the clock in May 2018.

Issues:
- Battery Replaced
- Air Conditioning Repair / broken junction block low side pressure host\e
- Front Air spring - Replaced both front air struts

Maintenance:
- Oil Change / oil filter

Needed Maintenance:
- Air filter
- Cabin filter
- Diff and Transfer Case Service
- Transmission Service
 

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2004 HSE with 46K miles on it. no major repairs. battery oil o2 sensor tires, did the recall fixes. Only thing that went out was the tilt on steering wheel. Not sure if I will replace
 

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2011 HSE with 83k on it. Owned for about 2.5 years and put 50k of those miles on it myself. Over $10,000 in repairs thus far (covered mostly by CarMax extended warranty with $300 deductible each trip), including the fuel pump, drivers side mirror motor, fuel pump again, fuel injector #7, both front air springs, water pump pulley, burnt up terminal for power to fuel pump, fuel injector #1, rear seat folding mechanism (required total rear seat replacement), and throttle actuator. In addition, I've found small things that are just beyond annoying but I refuse to pay to have repaired - the rear gate latch is stuck so you can't fold down the hatch - the rear drivers side door has an annoying knocking sound when it's closed - the radio volume knob doesn't function so you have to use the steering wheel controls.

As you can imagine, I won't be purchasing another Land Rover. The extended warranty goes until 100k, and I'll be unloading this truck for whatever the Lexus dealership offers me that day.
 

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OP - how do you feel about the $2000 annual spend on maintenance? Does that seem normal to you?
 

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2006 Supercharged 187,000 miles - original owner.

Right front wheel bearing - 300 miles!
Radiator leak - 55K
Rear left suspension height sensor - 70K
Electric coolant pump (reduced engine power warning) - 80K
Water pump and hoses (hose beneath supercharger was leaking) - 120K
Ignition switch - 125K
Front struts (shocks worn but airbags still good), ball joints and control arm bushings, rear upper and lower control arm bushings - 130K
Electronic/viscous cooling fan (engine never ran hot but A/C wouldn't cool) - 165K
Air suspension compressor is now starting to run for extended periods but haven't replaced it yet - 187K
 

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2007 HSE, 190k, owned since 40k. Replaced rear differential ($3k :-( ), 2 radiators and all hoses, alternator, fuel pump, evaporator pump, front air struts (replaced at 90k with Arnott), radio software (weird but $1000). Within the past 2 months had the valve cover gasket replaced AND the water pump. Just received it back today after a fuel injector was replaced (got the dreaded "reduced engine performance" message). I think the bigger question is, how much more leery do we get as these things age and at what age/mileage is it simply best to get rid of them?!? I've been thinking about that for 2 years now. But now it's not worth much. The one thing I refuse to do is replace an engine or transmission.
 

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2011 Range Rover NA 5.0 HSE (purchased with 92,295 miles for $20,099.00), currently with 103,744 miles and climbing,

2018 (first year of ownership) spent $9,549.15 on everything other than the vehicle itself and fuel; from property taxes to repairs (air suspension, water pump/termostatic unit, TPMS sensors and module, etc), and small modifications/wear-and-tear like tires.

So far this year (2019) have spent: $745.41 mostly on repair parts (prepping for timing chain guides/tensioners).

Other than fuel the Range Rover has cost me: $30,393.56 for just over 1 year of ownership.
 

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Purchased a 2006 L322 with 126k about a year an a half ago. Currently at 147k and happy to see some L322's into the 200k miles.

In the 1.5yrs, I have split costs into Maintenance & Repair Items (total $2,864)

Repair - $1,145 (Ignition Coil #6, Purge Valve, PCV valve, New Fuel Injector O-Rings)
Maintenance - $1,718 (2 tires, Pads & Rotors, Air Filter, Brake Fluid, 4 Oil Changes)

So this puts me just under the $2k / year mark. Well worth it to own this vehicle, I'm obsessed with it and plan to keep it until either the engine or transmission die. Love my Range Rover so much, was able to convince the wife to get an LR4 instead of a Lexus!
 

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2007 HSE, 190k, owned since 40k. Replaced rear differential ($3k :-( ), 2 radiators and all hoses, alternator, fuel pump, evaporator pump, front air struts (replaced at 90k with Arnott), radio software (weird but $1000). Within the past 2 months had the valve cover gasket replaced AND the water pump. Just received it back today after a fuel injector was replaced (got the dreaded "reduced engine performance" message). I think the bigger question is, how much more leery do we get as these things age and at what age/mileage is it simply best to get rid of them?!? I've been thinking about that for 2 years now. But now it's not worth much. The one thing I refuse to do is replace an engine or transmission.
my god man... I have an 07 with 150k its gone though a couple of alternators, a starter and an AC clutch bearing as the only real things that have ever failed on it. Everything else was routine maintenance. As for actual repairs over the course of the 8 years I've had it, maybe put 2k into replacing legitimate broken parts.

on edit... I forgot I just had an auxiliary water pump fail $200 to repair.
 

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I just tallied all of my repair items outside of routine maintenance. I've had my 2007 HSE (190k miles) for 9 years and have paid $17,200. Would have been more had a lot of the parts (including air struts) had not been replaced under extended warranty..
 

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2012 SC L322 here, have 69k miles. Going on my 3rd year of ownership and purchased it with 35k miles. My out of pocket cost has been about $3,236. That includes, replacing burnt out headlights, replaced front and read brake pads and rotors twice, 4 new tires, 50k service at Range Rover, front control arms, alignment, replaced both air springs, takata airbag recall, 60k mile service at Range Rover, Brake Vaccum pump & hose replaced (oil leak).

The only reason my own personal out of pocket expense is $3,236 is only routine maintenance, and warranty deductibles. My extended warranty has covered all of the repairs mentioned above. I think the control arms, air springs and struts were around $5k alone that was covered and paid by warranty.
 
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