Considering an LR4. Would you buy one at 100k mileage?

ryanjl

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Don't need more competition in the dwindling number of decent low mile V8 LR4s that's why lol.

Not me. I've already got mine! Let that pool dry up so mine becomes more valuable.
 

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Me personally, I’d only be interested in something with 100k+ on the clock if it was 1-cheap to fix or 2-for recreation use. I love my LR4 but wouldn’t pay the $15-20k that people want for one with that mileage and/or age, and it sure doesn’t qualify as cheap to fix. I like to get my used cars in the sweet spot of depreciation and value and ride them until they die. I feel like my LR4 was perfect at 4 yrs old-50k-mid $30k for a well spec’d version that was $70k+ on an equal spec’d new D5.

Now I’d be tempted on an 06/07 disco 2 or a RR that still had a good bit of that classic shape with some age and mileage as a project, but certainly not as a DD.
 

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