How much does a custom Range Rover cost?

How much does a custom Range Rover cost?

How Much Does the Land Rover Range Rover Cost? The 2022 Range Rover starts at $92,000, which is one of the highest base prices in the luxury large SUV class. Most Range Rover models retail for more than $100,000, with the most powerful V8 variant starting at around $180,000.

How long does it take to get a custom Range Rover?

In most situations, custom ordered vehicles can take between 3 to 6 months to arrive. Throughout the build process, our team will provide you with updates at each step.

What is an Overfinch Range Rover?

Overfinch is the ultimate expression of the Range Rover icon. Since 1975, we have been redefining Land Rover models, creating bespoke vehicles that are innovative and spectacular. Our creations are the embodiment of exclusivity, comfort and style.

Why are Range Rovers so expensive?

The window design of the Range Rover also gives the driver an unparalleled field of vision in comparison to other SUV drivers, all the more underlining this feel of omnipotent sophistication that the Range Rover wants you to have. To put it simply: Range Rovers are expensive because it’s everything most cars aren’t.

Can I order a 2023 Range Rover?

Available in short- and long-wheelbase forms, the 2023 Range Rover SV will be available to order starting in early 2022, and you’ll have plenty of choices for how to make it your own. And the long-wheelbase model will offer an optional four-seat setup with a fold-down table and refrigerator. Now that’s decadence.

Can you order a 2022 Range Rover?

2022 RANGE ROVER MODELS FOR SALE The 2022 Range Rover SE, Autobiography, and First Edition are available for order now from Land Rover Hinsdale. Deliveries are expected in the spring of 2022.

What is the life expectancy of a Range Rover?

A Range Rover can last between 150,000 to 200,000 miles with thorough maintenance, regular servicing and conservative driving habits. Based on an annual mileage of 15,000 miles per year this equates to 10 to 13 years of service before breaking down or requiring uneconomical repairs.