Is the 2009 Range Rover Sport good?
The Range Rover Sport shines when it comes to performance and luxury. Edmunds says, “If you’re after classic British four-wheel-drive heritage, capability, comfort and style integrated into a slightly leaner and sleeker package, the 2009 Land Rover Range Rover Sport is a natural, top-of-your-list choice.”
How long will a 2009 Range Rover last?
A Range Rover can last between 150,000 to 200,000 miles with thorough maintenance, regular servicing and conservative driving habits. Based on an annual mileage of 15,000 miles per year this equates to 10 to 13 years of service before breaking down or requiring uneconomical repairs.
What kind of problems do Range Rovers have?
Range Rover problems span a wide range of areas, centring on the air suspension, engine, engine electrics, air conditioning, sat-nav, electrics inside the car, gearbox, drivetrain and bodywork. Leaks from the engine, sunroof and around the tailgate are also known issues.
Are Range Rover sports reliable?
The Range Rover Sport received a pretty poor rating from owners in the 2020 What Car? Reliability Survey, finishing bottom out of nine luxury SUVs scrutinised. The Land Rover brand as a whole achieved below-average marks to finish 31st out of the 31 manufacturers tested.
Do Range Rover Sport break down a lot?
The report stated that 71% of used Land Rovers and Range Rovers break down each year and was based on analysis of 50,000 extended warranty policies. The results for Land Rover were, unfortunately, much higher than expected, with the brand seeing 179 problems per 100 cars, just under 2 issues per vehicle.
What mileage is too high on a used Range Rover?
While some experts may still suggest staying away from used Land Rover cars with more than 100,000 miles, that’s not a hard rule to follow. In fact, if a vehicle has been well taken care of and maintained, it can be an excellent purchase.