Customer Review Summary for 2009 Land Rover Range Rover Sport
Great truck, but used ones should be inspected
2009 Land Rover Range Rover Sportgattaca80 - , 03/28/2013
I've owned several Land Rover's and they are incredible vehicles. They must be maintained like any other machine. Inspect them VERY closely and do your research. Look up the technical service bulletin titles for the year you're interested in to help with your inspection. The supercharged sport is very quick regardless of the weight and handles incredibly for a body on frame truck. The rear seats fold down and you can actually use it for truck/SUV type work. Of course, its great for getting groceries too.
my land rover
2009 Land Rover Range Rover Sportkat - California10/18/2012
the land rover is a sturdy and comfortable four wheel drive vehicle. it has space for all my quilting frames and quilts when I travel with them, and room for luggage as well. I enjoy the luxury and comfort when driving on a long trip, and the pickup and response in the around town trips, as well. It looks good and feels safe.
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Published on Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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