ALSO AVAILABLE FOR £10,000…
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.