Originally Posted by von Rothbart
The Land Rover service manager must be compellingly hot that you bought 3 LR. That reminds me of the bear hunter joke.
He was rather average looking
I just started driving not that long ago, when I moved to the burbs. First "car" was a '99 Expedition. No problems whatsoever, car actually probablyy saved my life in a pretty bad accident I had. Lease expired, purchased a LR Discovery. Loved everything about it (except when we drove it home from the dealer, "check engine" light came on. After that, no problems for about 2 years. Wife needed a car, leased a '04 LR Freelander. Now the Discovery starts going to shit. Get it fixed while still under warranty, figure I cut my losses so I go to the dealer to trade it in. Get suckered (of my own accord) into trading up to a low mileage RR. I was starry eyed. 1 year later, RR is in service more than it is in my driveway. Wife's Freelander has engined swapped for new one at 42K miles. RR is now basically a monthly service appt. Eventually, trade it in for an Audi A6. Wife's Freelander, on second engine and 112,000 miles, is basically a parts car as it can only be driven for about 10 minutes before the engine overheats. We purchased it off the lease, have probably doubled it's cost in service and repairs. Now looking for an SUV.