Prior to purchasing any vehicle, I would investigate the reviews online. Use sites like Edmonds, kbb, etc. Here is a link to Edmonds review. http://www.edmunds.com/land-rover/discovery-sport/2015/suv/review/
〉 Answered on Jun 1st, 2015 by Julie Kimes, General Sales Manager at O'Daniel Automart / O'Daniel Mazda
The problem with Land Rovers is that most technicians don't like to work on them. They are not as easy to work on... they are quirky, harder to get parts for and can need special tools.
They tend to be more expensive to own as the replacement parts are more expensive.... and because they are a high end SUV that is very heavy duty and can actually go off roading.
Are you thinking of getting a new or used Land Rover?
If it's new, then you can take it to the dealer for service and repairs.
If you are thinking of buying a used Land Rover - you MUST have a pre-buy inspection by a Land Rover technician. You don't want to make a very expensive mistake. AND you best have a Land Rover technician lined up who will keep your very expensive heavy duty machine serviced and maintained.
〉 Answered on Jun 1st, 2015 by Amy Mattinat, Owner and Author at Auto Craftsmen Ltd