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True. And a scary prospect for prospective buyers of used LR4s.Land Rovers in general are highly dependent on prior owners taking good care of the vehicle.
When I go to work with coworkers who are decidedly "non car" people - or just "car people" enough to buy a nice car and that's about it - it scares me how little they actually care about their cars. Low tire pressure lights, other random warning lights, etc. They don't care.
I can't live with a warning light. It gnaws at me.
I think that may explain the wild fluctuation in problems people see at certain miles in their Land Rovers. All LR4s are at the age now where there's a good chance they've had an owner who just jiffylubed the oil changes at around 12k miles and lived with the rest.
Agreed. If you want the math to work on a car, you buy a CPO Toyota and drive it until the wheels fall off.As a CFO and former engineer I can tell you there is simply no way to make the math work on these things, you have to factor love of the vehicle in or you are screwed.