2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG

2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG
2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG
2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG
2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG
2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG
2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG
2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG
2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG
2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG
2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG
2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG
2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG

2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG
I’ll start this with an edit from my original description. It looked like there was an air leak on the suspension as the pump was kicking in all of the time. I was really annoyed as i’ve never had a problem at all with the suspension. Upon investigation, the pump inlet filter on the front of the compressor wasn’t tight. I’ve tightened it and this has also cured the problem of what i thought was the compressor housing box rattling. There is now no noise at all and everything is perfect with the suspension. The mileage reads at 215,071 (this will change slightly), however the car had a new engine fitted in August of 2006 and the mileage is approximately 104,000. Using the MOT’s and other receipts with the mileage recorded, you can roughly work out the mileage on the current engine to approximately 104,000. There’s too many receipts and paperwork to list everything but all the major problems that Range Rovers usually suffer from and cost an absolute fortune to do, have been done, including the HEVAC O-Rings and blend motors. Everything electrical works apart from the heated front seats. I think its the usual broken wire and i did intend to get round to it but i haven’t. The air-con probably needs gas but i have never had the need to use it so didn’t bother gassing it. Parking sensors have also been installed. You can easily reinstate the CD changer if you wish. The 4.6 thor engine is absolutely marvelous on both petrol and LPG. The power is instant and the gear changes are really smooth. Low range and sport mode both work on the gearbox. I believe the alternator and starter motor are only a couple of years old and Magnecor ignition leads are installed. The LPG system was fitted in 2004. I have all of the paperwork for the installation. The tank is in the spare wheel space in the boot, and the filler is fitted nicely underneath the tow bar which is a nice touch. They’re usually crudely stuck onto the tow bar. LPG was serviced around 18 months ago and has had new injectors and bits and bobs. A bit more if you’re on the motorway. The air suspension works no problem. I have receipts for airbags/compressor and other EAS service parts. As a point of honesty, i thought the compressor might have been on it’s way out as i could hear a noise in the car. Turns out it’s the plastic lid of the box that houses the compressor vibrating. There’s an oil leak underneath but show me a range rover that doesn’t have one. The saying goes “If there’s no oil on it, there’s none in it”. Engine oil, gearbox oil transmission fluid and front and rear diff oils were done in September 2016 along with new filters. Rear passenger hub oil seal has just been done, new brake pads all round and a new track rod assembly. There’s a couple of bits on the body work that let it down, but again, i intended to sort them. You can see in the pictures it’s not horrendous but certainly worth pointing out rather than saying “The usual age related marks”. Of course, this is a 17 year old car so it does have a few marks on the body work here and there. There is a picture that shows part of the bumper trim slightly loose. The previous owner reversed into a bollard i think and scuffed the bumper. The bracket is underneath to fix it back on but once again, i haven’t done it. I was going to replace the bonnet and lower tailgate as these have a bit of rust on them (see pictures). I had sprayed the grill grey on this car which matches the trim under the lights (see picture). I’ve swapped the grill onto my new car. However, if you would like the grey grill put back on, i don’t mind swapping back and i’ll respray the red one that’s now on this car. The interior is really good in cream leather with red piping and red carpets. Usual bit of wear on the drivers seat bolster from people getting in and out but not ripped. The headlining is perfect. Usually you find that the headlining is coming away from the roof. The sunroof sliding panel cloth isn’t great though for some reason. However, I’ve always just left it slid back and you don’t see it. The only bad bit in the interior is the passenger carpet trim which i have included a picture of. A new battery is a must. This one is well passed it’s best and just starts the car. I know, because i swapped the batteries over when i got my new car. To sum up, this is a great car with a brilliant, low mileage engine, fully working gearbox and all common faults that P38’s suffer from fixed. The car also doesn’t owe me anymore than i’m asking so there’s no need for me to take the mick and ask a ridiculous price. I live 3 minutes walk from Redcar Central train station. You’re welcome to come and have a look. I’ve been as honest as i can and i’m not hiding anything. Cash on collection please. The item “2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG” is in sale since Saturday, May 20, 2017. This item is in the category “Cars, Motorcycles & Vehicles\Cars\Land Rover/Range Rover”. The seller is “*blueplasticsoulman*” and is located in Redcar. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, United States, Australia.
  • Year: 2000
  • Manufacturer: Land Rover
  • Model: Range Rover
  • Type: P38
  • Doors: 5
  • Colour: Red
  • Metallic Paint: Yes
  • Reg. Date: 20000308
  • Mileage: 104000
  • MOT Expiry: 201805
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel: Petrol/LPG
  • Engine Size: 4600
  • Power: 246
  • Seats: 5
  • Drive Side: Right-hand drive
  • Exterior: Alloy Wheels
  • Interior/Comfort Options: Climate Control
  • In-Car Audio: AM/FM Stereo
  • V5 Registration Document: Present
  • Service History Available: Yes

2000 Range Rover p38 4.6 LPG

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