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Hi,

I'm looking for the price of a new RR 2008/9 spec. My dad asked me this, but i don't know from where to get these info.


Hope some one can help me in this.


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The power of Google my friend...
I assume you want just for comparison or research, and are not trying to buy a nearly 3 year old vehicle brand new????

'08- MSRP: $77,675 - $93,325
Invoice: $70,684 - $84,926
Miles Per Gallon
City: 12 MPG
Highway: 18 MPG

'09- MSRP: $77,675 - $93,325
Invoice: $70,684 - $84,926
Miles Per Gallon
City: 12 MPG
Highway: 18 MPG

Body Style: The same
Engines: 4.2L V-8 400 HP, 4.4L V-8 305 HP

This is of course US$$, so you may want something more local..

Suerte y paz
 

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Well,

I looked in some sites and only found the values of 2010 Range Rovers for brand new which goes to around 100-120k US$ range.

Actually I am going to buy a 2-3 year old one brand new. And it will be imported to Sri Lanka. You'd be stunned if you know the 2nd hand value
of a 2004 L322 RR sport. Its roughly LKR 16mil ~ 140,000US$ or 91,000GBP. :think: :shock: . For the brand new price of 2010 RR supercharged,
i can actually buy 5 of them if i was in UK or US.

But for at least a few months more the government have cut down duty rates. See the picture for the details ;) So if i'm importing something i'm in luck.
Oh, check the diesel tax rates ;)

Will update you fellas once my dad tells me why he asked me the prices.
 

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Yeah, I'd love to know where you can find a new 2 or 3 year old vehicle in the US.
And don't fall for the dealer crap, where they use a vehicle and don't title it, and then try and sell it as new, although it has several thousand miles on it.

Kelly Blue Book can also give you the then and now prices.

Seek and yee shall find. Or just google w/ the right search terms- like the title of this post. Brought up several thousand hits by jut putting it in google.
 

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well,

I'd be most likely looking in UK for Diesels as diesel is like 40% cheaper than gasoline/petrol here in Sri Lanka.

Will look into that later if dad wants one for real...

Thanks fellas.
 
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