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Philip



Member Since: 05 Jan 2010
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Dixy wrote:
Well today did not help. Had pretty well decided on a 5.0 Autobiography, took SWMBO in to convince her only to find how utterly stupid the fold forward on the rear seats is and if its 5.0 it has to be Autobiography. So roll on 460 with a decent engine and a usable boot.


You can order the normal 60/40 seats, ours has them.

Post #593409 6th May 2021 8:56pm
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Dixy



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2016 Range Rover Vogue SDV8 Loire Blue

How old is yours, stealer showed us the a car and said that is how it has to be. split 60 40 but has a sodding big lump on the back so when folded they are far from flat. letters not necessarily in the right order

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Martin2



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You can still order the AB without Executive Rear Seats, so the ones from the VSE. It’s in the price list and on the Configurator. MY19 SDV8 Autobiography

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Philip



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As so:

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TeeMyob



Member Since: 22 Jun 2019
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United Kingdom 2012 Range Rover Westminster TDV8 Zermatt Silver

As someone who usually buys end of line discounted models I would go for a big discounted older version

But make sure you really haggle, real hard.

I have known salesmen have tens of thousands of discounts and buyers jump at a few k.

I run a very reliable 2012 Westminster. End of line, most faults I assume ironed out. I know a lot of 405 owners with serious issues.

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ilard



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In 2021 you justify a L322 2012 purchase with the anecdotal feedback that L405 owners have serious issues? I don’t think that stands up to scrutiny.

However, TeeMyob’s suggestion to go late L405 is one I would support, but for different reasons: better price, better drive train availability, simpler insurance, better timeline certainty. L405 P400e Autobiography (MY2020)... Silicon Silver / Espresso

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AnotherMutley



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Has anybody on the forum any real world experience of what happens when there’s a new model in the offing with existing orders in the system.

So for example, a dealer has told me that they’ve got 3 orders that have been sat in the holding pool since early March for P525 AB’s with no build slot/date assigned. The dealers don’t always know what’s going on with cars, prime example wanted to change SWMBO X5, saw someone on the Sport forum post that there was a new HST with an MHEV engine coming very soon, asked 3 dealers...no definitely not, 2 days later it was announced on the LR website. So what typically happens if one model year is closed, next model year hasn’t been announced and there’s an all new model due soon, do the dealers say eventually....sorry sir, can’t fulfil this order, we’re only taking orders for new cars now and oh by the way they’re 6% more?

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