Originally Posted by Dmax
Hey Ed, did you figure out the vibration issue? I'm wondering if it was the wheel or the tires...
Sorry about the threak derailment.
not yet, wife has been driving it and she does not drive fast enough to where it becomes an issue. changing tires this weekend, will see what happens.
Originally Posted by lee_44106
give us a summary of your weekend test-drive.
Did not get around to that one. Car will mostly be used by missus and me on weekends for hauling people/stuff. She really, really liked the Navigator though.
Originally Posted by Big A
Fess up, you work for LR right?
How does regular maintenance help with the myriad of electrical, compression, and suspension problems LR3 owners regularly report?
I hate when people say that shit. "Did you do the maintenance?". I not only did all the scheduled stuff but kept going back there like an idiot even after the warranty was done and got everything, even oil changes, done at LR Paramus. Google LR Freelander problems and take a look at what pops up. Class action suits etc. The service dept. at LR Paramus was like a MMA cage fight every morning when we went in for service. Every bay had a car, a line of cars to be worked on and about 10 people fighting with the reps about the cars, loaners etc etc.