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Differences between various Range Rover Models

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by dj_factor, May 15, 2008.

  1. dj_factor

    dj_factor New Member

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    Hello all, I do have a bit of a knowledge about some models but one of my mate is very interested in Range rover and is looking forward to buy an LPG converted. I have refered him to this forum but he wanted to know the main differences between the SE, HSE, Autobiography, Vogue and other models if possible. Can someone throw a bit on knowledge on these so I can print out the page and give it to him to make his mind up. Also, which ones is the best in terms of fuel, Petrol, Diesel, LPG, Automatic or manual transmission. He was worried about the gearbox going on these, would you recommend one which has had a new engine....

    Thanks for the help chaps
     
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    garioch43 New Member

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    Is your mate looking for a Classic, P38 or MK3 (L322) model?
     
  3. redrenger89

    redrenger89 New Member

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    Hi,
    This may help it shows 2000 variants

    2000 Range Rover

    Autobiography and Vogue have more wood than my HSE but I dont think much else other than if SatNav if fitted


    Fred
     
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    Looking at that site, my '95 4.6 HSE has more interior wood than most of those. Hmm. Strange.
     
  5. dj_factor

    dj_factor New Member

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    thanks redrenger, very helpful, i emailed him the link to this page.
     
  6. redrenger89

    redrenger89 New Member

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    Pete-M,
    My 95 HSE has wood door trims and a bit of dash and a bit around the gear shift, if yours has more it may have had a trim kit fitted at purchase or later.

    DJ factor,
    I almost bought the Holland and Holland it's really and old mans car (would suit me) but sadly it had seen a lot too much work. Three times the milage of my 95 and had too many faults for the price.
    It was like a time warp, it even had a VHS player,the wood trim is the wood their guns are made of and the leather is of super quality. Beautiful car for an old fogey like me.

    Fred
     
  7. Jay-4.6HSE

    Jay-4.6HSE New Member

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    The differences are think, although i expect someone will correct a few things.

    County (4.0/2.5 dt)
    coth seats Not eletric, No Climate Control, 16" alloys

    SE (4.0/2.5 dt)
    Leater, Climate control, (Possible Heated Front windscreen) TC might be on the rear wheels only pre 99. 18"Alloys

    HSE (4.0/4.6/2.5DHSE)
    More wood, HarmonKardon Stereo, front fog lamps, Auto dipping mirrors for reversing, eletric heated seats on both sides, Colour coding, 18"Alloys
    >99 spec
    TC on all wheels
    Revised interior, leather door inserts, chrome handles, colour coded dash. Thor engine. Side airbags.

    The Vouge replaced the HSE.
    Standard rear cup holders, colour coded bumpers but i believe that their was a cross over as I have seen some earlier Vouges.

    AutoBiograhy
    Standard HSE/Vouge spec but with additions requested by the buyer, eg, different coloured piping on the seats / full wood dash etc, Carbon air filtration kit, Rear Picknic tables.

    Special editions had different spec as well. I think the Holand & Holand, Beaudoux are based on the SE spec.

    Satnav was an option on all HSE, Vouges etc..

    Standard spec, Eletric Mirrors, windows, sunroof. Aircon, Air suspension, 4spd Auto or manual 5spd. remote locking, alarm etc etc....


    Hope this helps abit.:D
     
  8. dj_factor

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    thanks Jay, Nice one :)
     
  9. TheOnlyJoviFreak

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    Hiya Guys,
    So am i right in thinking, that there are only 3 models of Rangie, i.e. the classic, p38 and the l322. But there are different specifications on each model?
     
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    goonarmy Annoyed by new forum

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    your correct in saying 3 types of range rover(well 3 and a half with the lse)but each of those models have different spec varients ie bottom to top of the range. Vogue or HSE are fairly kitted out with gadets.
     
  11. redrenger89

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    Hi,
    That's right
    Classic
    Series 2 or p38
    Series 3 l322 or current
    Loads of varients paticulary in the p38 range, the higher the spec the more wood and gizmos. When you see a list from the dealer most are standard items, the extras are wood trim, coloured bumpers, gold lettering, satnav, TV, cameras etc.
    For example, In my HSE it has electric memory seats with heating and headrests, electric memory mirrors etc. these are adjusted by the No. of the key you open the doors with and are set to the position you prefer, it also adjusts the brightness of the display as well. When you lock the door and set the alarm the sunroof and windows will all close for you. The mirrors will also dip when you reverse the car.

    Did I give you this link?
    1995 Range Rover
    or this one for all the range
    Land Rover Range Rover (94-02) - Facts & Figures - Parker's

    Hope this helps

    Fred
     
  12. Pete-M

    Pete-M New Member

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    I take it this lot is an option then?
     
  13. redrenger89

    redrenger89 New Member

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    That looks like the full woodpack, it's still available if you look around but it costs a fortune.
    So many variations have been available over the years it's impossible to describe them. Even the wood finish varies with some being failry matt real wood and other like mine glossy walnut effect almost plastic looking wood.

    If you get one without all the wood you can buy plastic stick on panels that are very well matched to the original finish.