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batmanreturns



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United Kingdom 2011 Range Rover Autobiography TDV8 Santorini Black
Extended Warranty

I've recently bought a second hand L405 4.4 Autobiography and wanted to know if i can take out a land rover warranty as the deals seem to be useless! The car has done 73k miles and is a 2013 model. Any useful info is appreciated!

thanks

Post #510748 3rd Apr 2019 8:50am
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Brunel



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United Kingdom 2016 Range Rover Autobiography SDV8 Loire Blue

You can - phone them up and they'll quote you. Quoted me £1,455 for 12 months on a '63 AB with 30k miles. Car needs to have multipoint check at a LR dealer first though, so if anythings is revealed by that it will need putting right before they cover it

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Ent



Member Since: 20 Oct 2014
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United Kingdom 2013 Range Rover Vogue SE SDV8 Causeway Grey

Evening
My new to me L405 is already covered by an LR extended warranty that runs out at the end of August, popped into Farnell in Nelson today and they couldn’t have been anymore unhelpful. Couldn’t find my car on the warranty system and said it would be £216 for the vehicle check and then over £1,600 per annum with LR Assist included. I don’t have the warranty paper work so I don’t know if. There is a single claim limit. Having come from a D4 that had the all too popular crank snapping problem I need to know that if the SDV8 decides to let go I’m covered. Any info is much appreciated.

Post #517449 4th Jun 2019 8:17pm
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stan
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if yours has a warranty at the moment and is under 100k miles and less than 10 years old you'll be contacted by LR and asked if you want an extended warranty..

£1600 per year or £160 per month for 10 months is the most expensive including UK and euro breakdown..

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Ent



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United Kingdom 2013 Range Rover Vogue SE SDV8 Causeway Grey

I’ve only owned it a couple of weeks, the letter to extend was sent to the previous owner, who is also a member on here.

Post #517458 4th Jun 2019 8:41pm
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contact the warranty peeps and tell them that you are the new owner...

Post #517459 4th Jun 2019 8:44pm
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johnboy



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England 2015 Range Rover Autobiography 5.0 SC V8 Corris Grey

Save your money. Two problems i’ve Had that I thought would be covered under the extended warranty, one they put down to wear and tear, the second a diagnostic check that didn’t report the fault. Both chargeable to me. Doesn’t inspire confidence. I won’t be extending mine when it’s up in two yrs unless miraculously something goes wrong that they will cover

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Ukandrewf



Member Since: 29 May 2013
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United Kingdom 2017 Range Rover Autobiography SDV8 Carpathian Grey

I bought a 2017 AU 4.4 and have 8 months or so LR warranty left on vehicle

- got a quote for an extended warranty to start when LR runs out in 2020.

Got a quote from Warranty Direct £1,904 but that's for THREE YEARS - covering every option they do (core, core plus, safety systems, emissions, multimedia). I thought that was a very good price?

- claims limited to value of vehicle
- policy limit value of vehicle
- £50 excess
- labour uncapped

There is one quote which says it doesn't cover any loss arising from failure to follow LR recommendation on when to change camshaft drive belt. (may not be necessary on 4.4 with chain?/when is that?

they have a list of approved garages (inc some JLR dealers) but you can use your own and pay the bill and get refunded once work complete and they may have a limit on the hourly rate the garage can charge (but this is similar to private medical limits for doctors etc)

Thoughts?

Andrew --
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there's nothing like it.

Post #526438 29th Aug 2019 12:14pm
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johnboy



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England 2015 Range Rover Autobiography 5.0 SC V8 Corris Grey

The JLR free 3yr warranty cover from new is not what you get with Approved Used Warranty.

Post #527220 6th Sep 2019 10:50am
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Ukandrewf



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United Kingdom 2017 Range Rover Autobiography SDV8 Carpathian Grey

Jardine group are still advertising in their phone system that u get two years warranty with all second hand cars bought through them. FYI --
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there's nothing like it.

Post #527231 6th Sep 2019 12:24pm
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