2019 Range Rover Supercharged V8 $118k (Test Drive)

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    • Joseph Tasch
      Joseph Tasch

      How does the active cruise control and steer assist work with stop and go traffic? Can you just relax and let the car deal with rush hour traffic including letting it steer and keep car in the lane? Could you do a video on it?

      about 4 months ago
    • 1;11 Love
      1;11 Love In reply to Joseph Tasch

      It does all that. The only problem the rador doesn't read all the lines on the road. So far Tesla got the best technology for autopilot but again our city roads are not 100% clean and the rador doesn't pick up on everything. It doesn't read stop signs or traffic lights. I wouldn't trust it 100% but it's a safer alternative for long trips in my option. I know there is a huge project going on to change the infostructor of the city in the next 20 to 30 years. When that happens I would trust technology even more but for now I like to see it as more of an assist in your driving style.

      about 4 months ago
    • Mr. SC
      Mr. SC

      Hello Marty from Pa!

      about 4 months ago
    • 1;11 Love
      1;11 Love In reply to Mr. SC

      Hi Brother :) Hello from Pasadena

      about 4 months ago
    • 01 Wendyy
      01 Wendyy

      Congrats on 700 subscribers!

      about 4 months ago
    • 1;11 Love
      1;11 Love In reply to 01 Wendyy

      Thank you so much! You guys are awesome :)

      about 4 months ago
    • Scotty's Vlogs
      Scotty's Vlogs

      I'm looking to lease or buy one but not too sure what makes sense. i was looking at the 2014/2015 sport and the 2013 Full size but i don't know if it's a good idea to buy a used land rover? What should i keep an eye out on a used land rover? do you recommend i buy or lease one? Has the reliability changed over the years?

      about 4 months ago
    • 1;11 Love
      1;11 Love In reply to Scotty's Vlogs

      dont worry about the price advertised. I ll take care of you for the price I told you.

      about 4 months ago
    • 1;11 Love
      1;11 Love In reply to Scotty's Vlogs

      https://www.landroverpasadena.com/vehicle-details/2017-land-rover-range-rover-sport-3-0l-v6-supercharged-se-pasadena-ca-id-21246116

      about 4 months ago
    • 1;11 Love
      1;11 Love In reply to Scotty's Vlogs

      +Scotty's Vlogs you're welcome. we certified it since we are a land rover dealer. since it lost one year of warranty. let me attach a link so you can see it. thats the only one we got and its got 2,600 miles on it not 26k. warranty will expire march 30 of 2021 i believe or 100,00 miles. whichever comes first. MSRP is 71k...you get 12.5k off. insane for an almost new car. Talk to your tax advisor to be on the safe side since its a 2017. V6 supercharged. 58.6k before tax. this is all I got so far. inventory is low on NEW and CPO. you can always wrap it different color or black out the roof and the silver on it to make it next level. I may have a sick grey one. I did a video. Thats a Diesel. sick looking car and we blacked out everything but clients funds are frozen so the deal is on hold. but its more expensive cause the MSRP is 81k I believe. Talk to your advisor and I will find out tomorrow if the hold is removed.

      about 4 months ago
    • Scotty's Vlogs
      Scotty's Vlogs In reply to Scotty's Vlogs

      +1;11 Love Thanks for the advice man, i will take it. Hard to find one with an extended warranty already. How were you able to get the type of warranty on a new 2017? i have a small luxury car service that i run and plan on specifically using the vehicle for that tax write off. do you guys have any older models on your lot? i live in LA around manhattan Beach and looking to buy one.

      about 4 months ago
    • 1;11 Love
      1;11 Love In reply to Scotty's Vlogs

      I have a 2017 SE Burgundy. Range Rover sport SE v6 Supercharged. With certified. Still new. 71k msrp. 10k off you get for 61k plus 4 more years of warranty or 100,000 miles whichever comes first.

      about 4 months ago