RANGE ROVER 2 (P38A)
1994 TO 2002
BETTER THAN some would have you believe, the secondgeneration Range Rover’s reputation for unreliability is sometimes undeserved. For a luxury 4x4, prices are very low. No serious rust issues to speak of and if you are handy with electrics and a laptop computer, you can use diagnostic software to solve most problems. But replacement parts can be pricey. The diesel option is a BMW six-pot turbo. V8 petrols are thirsty. BUYER’S TIP: 1990s luxury for not much money. SPECIFICATIONS
4.0: 4-litre V8 petrol, 185 bhp, 235 lb-ft torque. 4.6: 4.6-litre V8 petrol, 225 bhp, 277 lb-ft torque.
2.5: 2.5-litre six-cylinder turbo diesel, 134 bhp, 199 lb-ft torque. R380 manual or ZF four-speed auto, permanent four-wheel drive.
PRICE GUIDE Poor: £500 – £900 Average: £900 – £2000 Good: £2000 – £3500 Excellent: £3500 – £6700