Land Rover Monthly - - [£10k Buyers Gukle] -

Range Rover Sport was launched in 2005 and re­placed by the sec­ond­gen­er­a­tion model in 2013. But RR Sport 1 still looks tasty and an av­er­age model – say, a 2007 car with 120,000 miles on the clock – should come in at around £10,000. But de­mand full ser­vice his­tory and get an AA/RAC in­spec­tion.

Tip: Be wary of the su­per­charged mod­els, many of which were driven by own­ers with un­der­charged brains.

Range Rover Evoque was launched in 2011 and al­though some would say it is just a tarted-up Free­lander, oth­ers love it. They must do, be­cause it has sold like hot cakes. As a re­sult, there are lots of sec­ond­hand ex­am­ples around and you can pick-up a high-mileage model that’s well past the first flush of youth for £10,000. De­spite what the politi­cians tell you, the diesel op­tion is best.

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