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jim4244



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Guy Salmon Land Rover, Coventry summer deals.

Hi all

I received the below deals being offered this summer by Guy Salmon Land Rover in Coventry.

Not sure how they compare to other offers?


This summer, an unmissable Land Rover Event is coming – join us for exclusive offers across the Land Rover range.
Whether you're looking for adventure or refined luxury, you'll be sure to find a Land Rover that fits your needs.
Don't miss out – our enhanced offers will only be available across our 3 day Summer Event; simply confirm your interest below to book your appointment.

TOTAL DEPOSIT CONTRIBUTIONS DURING OUR SUMMER EVENT*

Discovery Sport Up to £4,000 4.9% APR Representative
Discovery Up to £6,000 4.9% APR Representative
New Range Rover Evoque Up to £2,500 5.9% APR Representative
Range Rover Velar Up to £4,500 5.9% APR Representative
Range Rover Sport Up to £4,000 5.9% APR Representative
Range Rover Up to £5,000 5.9% APR Representative


Jim

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jim4244



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If anyone is interested in any of the above offers drop me a pm and I will be happy to give you a good point of contact at the dealership.

Just to make you all aware I am in no way connected with the dealership and am very happy to plod around in my 14 year old L322 until I see what the new Defender looks like..👍

Jim

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CS



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Lloyd LR have offers 12 to 14 july, deposit contribution on new RR £6,000, I think up to £2,000 on used. Only Range Rovers since 1988

Post #520777 5th Jul 2019 7:45pm
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ilard



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If you go for a deposit contribution deal can you still settle the finance in the first 30 days or so without losing out?

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jim4244



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I think that we will see more and possibly better deals in the coming months if the continued drop in month on month car sales continues.

People appear to be holding onto their vehicles for longer periods of time with some, like myself, buying older vehicles to escape the unsustainable levels of depreciation on new so called “luxury” marques.

Just my thoughts.

Jim

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Ukandrewf



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jim4244 wrote:
..until I see what the new Defender looks like..👍


You’ll be sticking with the l322 then... having seen video of launch --
On my third Full Fat RR
there's nothing like it.

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Brunel



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Remember the warranty period on used drops to 12 months from 1/10/19, meaning the price of each approved used FFRR should drop by £1-1.5k. As if

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jim4244



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Ukandrewf I actually like the look of the Defender. What I don’t like is the price, especially for a car with a 2.0L engine that has known problems!

You’re right. I will be sticking with my L322 for awhile longer, though I may be tempted to upgrade to a 2012 Westie at some point.

Jim

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i'm not so sure on new defender... maybe will grow on me.. --
On my third Full Fat RR
there's nothing like it.

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martinf



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Apart from being more expensive than I had expected, it seems to be very heavily reliant on complex electronics. A department in which LR do not excel so I do wonder about reliability.

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