Price guide

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Pric­ing a used Land Rover is tricky. Once it’s more than about eight years old, con­di­tion mat­ters more than age. Rar­ity or de­sir­abil­ity pushes clas­sic val­ues up.

Prices here are for stan­dard-spec Land Rovers – or as stan­dard as pos­si­ble. Each model has four prices to help guide you.

Deal­ers will charge more, but they have to fac­tor in costs such as war­ranties that pri­vate sell­ers don’t.

CLAS­SIC Project A com­plete ve­hi­cle for re­build or recom­mis­sion­ing. May even have some MOT left.

CLAS­SIC Price 1 May be Mot’d, but will need work to pass the next test. Fac­tor in the cost of re­me­dial work be­fore con­sid­er­ing.

CLAS­SIC Price 2 Good run­ners that look OK. No ma­jor work (eg, chas­sis or bulk­head re­pairs) in the next few years. May be faults, but noth­ing ma­jor.

CLAS­SIC Price 3 Mint con­di­tion if restored/re­built, or fan­tas­ti­cally orig­i­nal and cor­rect spec­i­fi­ca­tion.

USED Trade Typ­i­cal trade-in of­fer. Refers to ear­li­est mod­els of date range – newer should achieve more.

USED Price 1 Mot’d, but will need work to pass an­other. Ex­pect newer Land Rovers to be shabby.

USED Price 2 Not per­fect, but shouldn’t need ma­jor re­pairs. Body should be straight and well cared-for.

USED Price 3 On newer ve­hi­cles this is for top-spec, mint ex­am­ples, with low mileage and full ser­vice his­tory. For older ones, they should be the best around and worth pay­ing a bit more for.

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