Land Rover Range Rover Sport (2008)
Sale price: US $10,500.00 Make an Offer
|“In very good condition. Just professionally detailed. Up to date on all required maintenance. Does have a broken parking brake module which I have chosen to not repair and it does not impact its drivability. The repair runs around $2k and has been taken into account when pricing the vehicle.”|
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Portland, Oregon, United States
2008 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Supercharged VIN: SALSH234X8A137697 Mileage: 88,435 Meticulously maintained with original window sticker, docs and all maintenance records, including the following repairs (nearly $16k) over the past few years. Although Range Rovers are costly to own, this one has had just about all standard issues repaired which tend to occur. The car was just professionally detailed. Also includes weather tech rubber mat for trunk area and gate (used to keep dogs in trunk area). Buyer to pick up vehicle or cover the cost of shipping. Nov 2018 ($3,388): Replaced ECT temp sensor and thermostat, front and rear sway bar bushings, front right brake caliper, hood strut, purchased a new key/remote, performed wheel alignment, flushed brake system flush, front differential fluid, throttle body and fuel system Oct 2018 ($1109)- New tires (only 2k miles on tires since installation) Mar 2018 ($3,817): Replaced rear defroster connector and harness, brake fluid, fuel system and power steering fluid flush, front brake pads and rotors, transmission filter assembly and connector sleeve Jul 2017 ($4,410) – Replace lower control arm bushings, lower control arms, transmission electrical sleeve (including fluid, filter and pan), front right wheel hub, rear brake pads and rotors, alternator Mar 2017 ($1,208) – Replaced battery and expansion tank, cleaned air injectors de-carbonized engine Feb 2016 ($2,050) – Replaced front sway bar links, TPM sensors, active roll control module and sunroof drain Note: The parking brake module does not work. This is a common issue and I don’t think the inconvenience is worth the $2k cost to repair it. The dealer said the car is fine to drive without it as long as I do not attempt to engage the parking brake, so I have covered it with a piece of tape as a reminder not to use it. Contact me for any questions.
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