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quavey



Member Since: 22 Jan 2017
Location: Lancaster
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United Kingdom 2002 Range Rover HSE 4.4 V8 Epsom Green
[Sold] MY07 (56) Range Rover 4.2 Supercharged Reduced

MY07 4.2 Supercharged with the later dash. Registered on a 56 plate.

126k Miles
MOT till end of October 18
Full Service History
Recent gearbox service with genuine fluids etc
Genuine Tow Bar
Fully working venture cam (including suction mount)
Fully working factory RSE (including 6 DVD changer,, headphones x2. Remote has escaped temporarily, Hopefully will be found!)
Fully working climatic seats
Two working keys
Electronic rear Diff
Terrain Response
Air suspension all working
Digital TV
Upgraded bluetooth module
Electronic handbrake all working
No errors or lights on the dash etc
Recent battery
Boot protector and parcel shelf

Not so good bits:
It looks great from a distance but as to be expected there are a few little marks and scratches here and there. The alloys are OK, could do with a refurb as some paint has come off one or two of them but no curb damage.
Right hand step has a small amount of damage to the plastic trim below the step. (doesn't affect the step)
Fog light is cracked - have been meaning to sort this and will try and get one ordered!
Reversing camera is intermittent. It is off the car at the moment, need to refit after recent repair - works in testing!
Rear parking sensors are occasionally confused by rain - however this might be normal as I've been in three FF's which do the same!




























 2005 E60 M5
2002 L322 4.4 HSE
2016 NP300 Navara
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2006 (MY07) L322 S/C
2001 330Ci Sport Track Car
2005 650i Coupe
2001 P38 Vogue
2003 530i Sport Touring
1999 P38 4.6 HSE
2002 E39 M5
1995 300zx TT Slicktop
1997 M3 Evo
1992 300zx TT Targa
1998 323i Coupe

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Post #466280 27th Jan 2018 8:57pm
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quavey



Member Since: 22 Jan 2017
Location: Lancaster
Posts: 147

United Kingdom 2002 Range Rover HSE 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

As much as it pains me to sell this wonderful car. I've been to view a few M5's and the bit is between my teeth now. I am willing to take a sensible offer. I still think this is the cheapest MY07 Supercharged on the market that I can find but the worst I can say is no Smile 2005 E60 M5
2002 L322 4.4 HSE
2016 NP300 Navara
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2006 (MY07) L322 S/C
2001 330Ci Sport Track Car
2005 650i Coupe
2001 P38 Vogue
2003 530i Sport Touring
1999 P38 4.6 HSE
2002 E39 M5
1995 300zx TT Slicktop
1997 M3 Evo
1992 300zx TT Targa
1998 323i Coupe

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quavey



Member Since: 22 Jan 2017
Location: Lancaster
Posts: 147

United Kingdom 2002 Range Rover HSE 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

Sold pending delivery 2005 E60 M5
2002 L322 4.4 HSE
2016 NP300 Navara
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2006 (MY07) L322 S/C
2001 330Ci Sport Track Car
2005 650i Coupe
2001 P38 Vogue
2003 530i Sport Touring
1999 P38 4.6 HSE
2002 E39 M5
1995 300zx TT Slicktop
1997 M3 Evo
1992 300zx TT Targa
1998 323i Coupe

Post #470249 27th Feb 2018 11:31am
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Danwilderspin



Member Since: 15 Jun 2016
Location: Cambridge
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United Kingdom 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

Off topic which m5 you going for e60 or f10? I currently run the v10 and the fuel bills are about 1/3 LESS than the ff dispite the bonus cylinders and extra cc. If it’s an e60 be very very careful about early 05-08 models as they have catastrophic rod bearing failures which are well documented. I know first hand as my m6 had this luckily under warranty. I got a brand new final spec (3rd edition) s85 which seems to reduce the issue substantially (I don’t want to say eliminate as that’s a curse for sure and I have no warranty now) so I would be looking Lci if I were you. The newer spec engines have two sump bungs the old only one. They are awesome cars had mine for the best part of 8years I can’t bring myself to sell it as when else will I ever own and afford a v10 again! If your looking at an f10 ignore all that Smile Current stable:
2002 4.4 V8 FF
2006 BMW M6

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dolph34



Member Since: 14 Sep 2015
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Ireland 2011 Range Rover Vogue SE TDV8 Santorini Black

If your fuel bills in the m6 are less than the FF , your not driving it properly !!!!

Edit. Just saw your FF is petrol Big Cry 2011 VSE
GSXR 1000 K5
R1 1998

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Danwilderspin



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United Kingdom 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

haha - I assure you I am Smile I think the problem is I drive the ff hard too Wink Current stable:
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2006 BMW M6

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dolph34



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Ireland 2011 Range Rover Vogue SE TDV8 Santorini Black

Thumbs Up 2011 VSE
GSXR 1000 K5
R1 1998

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quavey



Member Since: 22 Jan 2017
Location: Lancaster
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United Kingdom 2002 Range Rover HSE 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

Yes I was quite surprised on the way home yesterday the M5 managed 24.5mpg. Figures that can only be dreamed of in the old Supercharged considering I was cruising at a higher speed than I would in the FF as well.

Interesting to hear that info, it is an E60 and whilst I hear what you are saying from my research the later bearing design has shown to be no better in most testing it seems to be harder and causes more damage to the crank when it does begin to wear.

I have allowed rod bearing replacement in the budget but the car I have bought has had the same owner for the last 10 years and has been meticulously maintained by a specific mechanic so I don't feel its too urgent. I won't be doing a huge amount of miles and to be honest my next plan is to send an oil sample for analysis although it has just been serviced so I will wait a little while.

I looked at some LCI models and from price bracket from 12 -20k and I feel in this example, despite being a 55, is the absolute best one I can afford based on the sheer amount of work its had all with genuine BMW parts etc. You roll the dice though and see what happens! 2005 E60 M5
2002 L322 4.4 HSE
2016 NP300 Navara
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2006 (MY07) L322 S/C
2001 330Ci Sport Track Car
2005 650i Coupe
2001 P38 Vogue
2003 530i Sport Touring
1999 P38 4.6 HSE
2002 E39 M5
1995 300zx TT Slicktop
1997 M3 Evo
1992 300zx TT Targa
1998 323i Coupe

Post #471317 6th Mar 2018 10:24am
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zarnd



Member Since: 22 May 2014
Location: Kent
Posts: 448

United Kingdom 2005 Range Rover Vogue SE 4.2 SC V8 Bonatti Grey

I have an e61 M5 - wicked and rare cars.

Don't think the later cars had any better rod bearings to be fair.

Enjoy the M5, it will be worse on fuel than your supercharged round town - but who cares!

cheers Alex

2011 Skoda Superb Elegance 170tdi DSG
2009 Caterham Supersport Race car
2007 M5 Touring
2005 Range Rover Vogue SE Supercharged
2004 SL55 AMG

Previous:
2000 Defender 90
2001 BMW 530i Sport
2002 BMW M5
2007 Discovery 3 TdV6 HSE
2012 Mini JCW GP

Post #471349 6th Mar 2018 3:15pm
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quavey



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United Kingdom 2002 Range Rover HSE 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

Haha thanks.

To be honest I very rarely drive in town. For my the E60 will be used like the FF. Occasional motorway cruising or heading out for lunch for the day and back home again.

The fuel economy doesn't bother me, however its thimble for a fuel tank and poor economy means a comically short range which may well wear thin! It was bad enough in the 650i 2005 E60 M5
2002 L322 4.4 HSE
2016 NP300 Navara
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2006 (MY07) L322 S/C
2001 330Ci Sport Track Car
2005 650i Coupe
2001 P38 Vogue
2003 530i Sport Touring
1999 P38 4.6 HSE
2002 E39 M5
1995 300zx TT Slicktop
1997 M3 Evo
1992 300zx TT Targa
1998 323i Coupe

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zarnd



Member Since: 22 May 2014
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United Kingdom 2005 Range Rover Vogue SE 4.2 SC V8 Bonatti Grey

Yes, 60 litres is a joke. You'll be doing well to get 200 miles to a tank Alex

2011 Skoda Superb Elegance 170tdi DSG
2009 Caterham Supersport Race car
2007 M5 Touring
2005 Range Rover Vogue SE Supercharged
2004 SL55 AMG

Previous:
2000 Defender 90
2001 BMW 530i Sport
2002 BMW M5
2007 Discovery 3 TdV6 HSE
2012 Mini JCW GP

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Danwilderspin



Member Since: 15 Jun 2016
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United Kingdom 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

You do definately roll the dice the newer bearing clearances are definitely better but not fool proof. What I like is how quiet the vamps is on the newer engine, I have seen an 06 on the board with over 150k and and 08 with over 200k - since the new engine I don’t rev over 3k until oil is up to temp before giving the beans... are you going to be doing many miles with it do you think? When did it last have a clutch and flywheel? I’m on my 3rd set 40k tops they last, tbh aside from that a fuel pump and alternator in the last 8yrs she’s not been bad... Current stable:
2002 4.4 V8 FF
2006 BMW M6

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quavey



Member Since: 22 Jan 2017
Location: Lancaster
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United Kingdom 2002 Range Rover HSE 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

It had its first clutch and flywheel at 63k its now on 79k so should be plenty of life in it yet. I only do 5k a year or so. It's just had brakes tyres and throttle actuators in last 12 months 2k miles and had an SMG pump at 70k so its had most of the major work done. 2005 E60 M5
2002 L322 4.4 HSE
2016 NP300 Navara
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2006 (MY07) L322 S/C
2001 330Ci Sport Track Car
2005 650i Coupe
2001 P38 Vogue
2003 530i Sport Touring
1999 P38 4.6 HSE
2002 E39 M5
1995 300zx TT Slicktop
1997 M3 Evo
1992 300zx TT Targa
1998 323i Coupe

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Danwilderspin



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United Kingdom 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

Nice - hopefully you enjoy her! You’ll have your coils die one by one next common around that mileage - if your feeling flush you can do all 10 (diy is not too bad) or if your feeling poor like I was when the first one went you can do one at a time over two years... but risk limp mode as your new friend! Not sure if I’m allowed to recommend other forums but m5 board is good for all things non ff Smile Current stable:
2002 4.4 V8 FF
2006 BMW M6

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