Agreed. Range Rovers are the most unreliable vehicles on the road, so this isn't really a hard competition to win. If you want to learn about RR reliability, read Doug Demuro's articles on Jalopnik to both be informed while laughing your @ss off, http://jalopnik.com/my-parking-sensors-failed-another-carmax-warranty-upda-1710059478#_ga=1.103063872.1160579389.1417207475I'm pretty sure anything besides a Jeep is more reliable than LandRover.
He didn't fall into some money, he buys cars and writes about them for a living. Look at my post, 2 above yours(You did go further back than I was willing to dig). He quit his job at Porsche NA to write about cars. He is definitely one of my favorite writers.yup, there was a blog a while back where a guy fell into some money and had always wanted a range rover and decided to test CarMax's biggest warranty. I don't recall fully but I believe the warranty paid almost 20k in repairs the first year he owned it.
Edit: Here is the follow up editorial... you can dig from there.
Land Rover is basically always unreliable. And expensive to maintain.So Volvo is more reliable?
Huh? What's the issue with the 3.2?Land Rover is basically always unreliable. And expensive to maintain.
* 2007-?? Volvo XC90 - only if powered by the V8