2001 Range Rover 2.5 DHSE (P38)

December 2001 late registration P38 in top DHSE spec; 2.5 6-pot diesel; automatic 'box; 9 service stamps; privacy glass

Supplied new by James Edwards Land Rover Centre in December 2001 this late registration P38 comes in top spec DHSE guise and is fitted with the robust 2.5-litre BMW sourced six-pot turbo diesel driven here through automatic transmission with full time four-wheel drive. Riding on its air suspension which looked to work as it should when we moved it around for these images, it looks smart in blue sat on its 18inch twin-spoke Hurricane alloy wheels with contrasting cream leather interior piped blue and walnut trim. The seats are heated, with electric adjustment and memory on the driver’s side with electric lumbar adjustment too. Showing 117,362 miles by its six owners the car looks to have worn its miles and 19 years well with but a few marks as pictured. The history file includes the V5c, owner’s pack and service book with 13 stamps and 1 hand-written entry, the last in May 2009 by Froggatts Range Rover specialists. In addition, there are 2 keys, 15 old MOTs dating back to 2005 and a selection if invoices for maintenance including a replacement radiator in August 2016 costing £480, replacement transfer ‘box in April 2016 costing £200. Most recently we see fitment of a new timing chain in June 2019 costing £457 and service kit in May 2020 costing £104.37. Boasting a current MOT valid until December 2021 with just two minor advisories recorded. Late model P38’s have become good news of late and are most usable, capacious and enjoyable.

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Reg No: DA51TKV
Chassis Number: SALLPAMW32A463063
Engine Number: 21299830
Engine Size: 2497
Docs: V5c; owner's pack; invoices; 2 keys; service book with 13 stamps; 15 old MOTs; MOT December 2021

Estimate: £3,000+

Lot 85

Lot ended

Thursday 18/02/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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