Used Land Rover LR2 HSE LUX For Sale

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Customer Review Summary for Land Rover LR2

(47 Reviews)

WOW - what a super ride!

2008 Land Rover LR2 nebraska68132 - Omaha, Nebraska 05/10/2012

This was a great purchase. It's a terrific vehicle, and the CARMAX extended warranty makes owning it worry-free. British automobiles have a special appeal to many, and the Continental feeling is a welcomed change to what has been (until recently) a boring result for American-manufactured products. I have a small garage, and the LR2 fits this need well. Fuel economy is questionable, but we drive very, very few miles per year, so that issue is no problem. For folks wanting a safe, solid, and winter-proof ride, this product is excellent. We always install after-market remote-start units on our vehicles, and this is costly on an LR. (It is so stupid that original manufacturers so often fail to include RS as original issue. They are bound to, before long for us folk who have snow problems in winter plus hot summers to contend with.) I traded in a '06 S-type Jaguar to Carmax, got a good price, and was lucky they had a this Rover on the lot. I think Carmax has a good business model, and wold consider buying their stock.

Love my rover

2010 Land Rover LR2 Julia Valentino - Mt.prospect, IL 12/06/2016

Drives great, looks great


2013 Land Rover LR2 J.J. Guzman - San Antonio, TX 09/30/2016

Premium quality and performance. Overall, experience so far... excellent!

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