The one thing that keeps me with my LR4 every time I consider going with a FFRR is how surprisingly little the FFRR seems inside compared to the LR4, especially the rear cargo area. The square, boxy design of the LR4 pays off for more than just looks.
Always a bit mystified by sellers struggling to come up with an asking price for the mighty LR4.
LR4 prices have risen significantly in the US since the early years of the 2010s and are holding strong. Because I use the LR3/4 for camping and we don't travel light, I wanted to buy the latest model LR4 I could find and sell my LR3, which was immaculate and mechanically perfect even at 13 years old when I sold her. I looked for a year and eventually found a 2016 LUX with everything in 2019; came with extended warranty (for what that's worth...) and about 30K miles, but it cost an eyewatering US$48K (admittedly this was the Manhattan dealership). I was one of three trying to buy the car when it came in the day before; owner traded it against a new Deafener.Too much $$$ if I convert into Canadian pesos.
$24k US = $30.8k Cdn. That's nearly what I paid for a 40k mile 2010 that was 3 years old in 2013.. Looks like it's in great shape though. Should be an easy sell.