1997 P LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER 4.0 SE 5d 188 BHP

£7,500
  • 81000 Miles
  • Petrol
  • Automatic
  • TBC CO² (g/km)
  • £270.00 12m Tax
  • £148.50 6m Tax
  • 4 L
  • -- Avg. MPG
  • Group 35 Ins.

Vehicle Information

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  • Description
  • Finance

Vehicle Summary

  • Body style
    Estate
  • Engine size
    3950cc
  • Engine capacity
    4 L
  • Fuel type
    Petrol
  • Number of doors
    5
  • Number of seats
  • Transmission
    Automatic
  • Insurance group
    35

Performance & Economy

  • 0 - 60 mph
    10.4 seconds
  • Top speed
    116.0 mph
  • Engine power
    188 bhp
  • Engine torque
    236 lbs/ft

Dimensions

  • Height inclusive of roof rails
    mm
  • Width including mirrors
    mm

Interior / Exterior

Interior

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Exterior

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Comfort

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Safety / Other

Safety

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Other

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Description

  • Registered: 1997
  • Mileage: 81000 miles
  • Engine Size: 4 L
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Gearbox: Automatic
  • Body Style: Estate
  • Colour: Red
  • Owners: 2

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Description September 1994 Range Rover P38 launched, Classic remains in production The smooth dashboard is introduced complete with twin front airbags. The diesel option is uprated to the 300Tdi. The Range Rover continued in production for some time after its replacement, the P38A Pegasus model was launched, in September 1994, and one can only surmise that even after the introduction of the new car, the Classic Range Rover continued to sell well because it was a tried a tested model which still looked so very, very good. In its time, the Range Rover has been called many things, including the "Best 4x4xFar" and, "The Rolls-Royce of off-roaders" but one legacy it did leave was the trouble the company would have in replacing it. Certainly, the P38A was a better car, but somehow it never quite looked as good – a fact that can be seen in the two car's production runs: over 25 years for the original, seven years for its replacement. February 1996 Range Rover Classic production ended Production ceases, and Noel Edmunds drives the last - the 317,615th - car off the line. At the beginning of this story, the Range Rover was described as iconic… in many ways it was. Its contribution to automotive history can be seen in the multitude of posh off-roaders available today such as the BMW X5 and Mercedes-Benz M Class… before the Range Rover, the idea of a luxury off-roader would have been laughable; now it is accepted as much as front wheel drive is for small cars. Indeed, the Range Rover was an important car and it still is… another car, of which the British should be justifiably proud. The car I am selling is a 1997 Range Rover 4 litre SE V8 model which is finished in unmarked Trocadero Red with unmarked Parchment leather interior. This is a two owner car with full service history and lots of old MOT's and sundry invoices to substantiate its very low mileage of 81000. The car will come with a new MOT at the time of sale. It drives very well indeed and it has no major defects whatsoever and looks stunning and certainly not a car that is over 23 years old. Be quick to buy this car as it won't hang around long You are welcome to come and view the car at your leisure or call me on the details below to discuss Thanks for looking

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