The Difference Between Salvage Range Rovers and Salvage Land Rovers

Repair a Rover that will accommodate your family’s needs

You are bound to see plenty of Land Rovers and Range Rovers on the road, but their similar styles may have left you wondering how they compete. Since its origination, the brand Land Rover has created a complete line of full-size luxury SUV vehicles. If you’re ready to repair a salvage Range Rover or Land Rover, it’s time to decide which model interests you the most.

Rover History

The brand Land Rover originated with the 1948 model, designed by Maurice Wilks. The design was inspired by the American World War II Jeep. In fact, the first Land Rover prototype was built using Jeep chassis and axles. Military surplus supplies determined the vehicle’s early paint color, so early models could only be found in shades of green.

The Land Rover marque began experimenting with a larger, more luxurious model in 1951. The first Range Rover prototype was built in 1967. The design became official in 1969, but didn’t launch until 1970. The Range Rover wasn’t released to the U.S. until March of 1987.

The Perks Of A Land Rover

The 2014 Land Rover LR4 is a manageable midsize luxury SUV. The vehicle can accommodate up to seven adults and is fit for off-road traveling with a standard four-wheel drive system. The vehicle provides a 825-watt Harman/Kardon LOGIC 7TM stereo with 16 speakers and a subwoofer. The 2014 vehicle runs with a 3-liter V6 engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission. This year’s LR4 holds many desirable features, like a rear view camera, Bluetooth and USB ports, and a rear-seat entertainment system.

The 2014 Land Rover LR2 features a seven-inch infotainment touch-screen on the recently redesigned control panel. Trim options can be personalized and Windsor leather seats are available. This model includes a 825-watt MeridianTM sound system with 17 speakers. The LR2 runs on a four-cylinder engine. Reviewers rave that the vehicle climbs muddy inclines with ease and runs through water like a charm.

The Perks of A Range Rover

The 2014 Range Rover includes a 1700-watt, 29-speaker MeridianTM sound system. It also features seats that massage, heat and cool. Backseat passengers can enjoy the rear seat entrainment system. The interior can be finished with pristine leather, including the door panels, center console sides and headliner. The vehicle holds an 8-speed automatic transmission and a four-wheel drive-train.

The 2014 Range Rover Sport is right in-between a full-size luxury SUV and a midsize luxury SUV. Designers kept comfort in mind when they created the Sport’s 16-way power-adjustable driver and passenger climate front seats. The vehicle also hosts the auto industry’s first 3-D tri-field sound system with 23 speakers, created by MeridianTM.

In short, the Range Rover is a more luxurious version of the Land Rover. Car pricing websites like Edmunds note that the true market value of a 2014 Land Rover LR4 is nearly $50,000, while a 2014 Range Rover is valued just over $85,000. Clearly, an older salvage model Land Rover or Range Rover will be priced much lower. Ultimately, it’s up to the buyer to decide how much time, effort and money each car is worth, particularly when it’s a salvage.

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