The 1994 range rover classic is one of the most iconic British SUVs. With its boxy shape and classic look, it’s a firm favourite with enthusiasts of all ages.
What is the Speciality of Range Rover?
The first Range Rover was designed by Spen King, and the car was unveiled to the public in 1970. It was the result of many years of work and a design that would be the basis for many future Land Rover models.
Although there are many more modern versions, the original Range Rover is still a firm favourite with the enthusiasts. These end of the line models, popularly referred to as “soft dash” versions are still very much in demand on the used market and they’re always worth looking out for when searching.
This particular example is a left hand drive model, imported to the US from Spain and has been in private ownership since 2021 with 240k miles on the odometer. It features a 2.5 liter turbodiesel inline-four paired with a five speed manual transmission and a dual-range transfer case.
It comes with a lot of equipment including air conditioning, beige upholstery, 16″ alloy wheels, mud flaps, a receiver hitch, and a Kenwood CD stereo. It has also been serviced with fluid flushes, and the clutch components were replaced.
On the road, it drives as well as it looks. It’s not quite as comfortable as a Defender or Series, but it still has all the comforts of a large car, and you can get a bit of extra space for your gear when needed.