2012 range rover l322 tdv8 westminster
The Land Rover Range Rover was launched in 1970 by British Leyland. The first-generation Range Rover (also known as the Range Rover “Classic” or “Suffix-A”) was produced between 1969 and 1996, and was not initially devised as a luxury 4×4. While certainly up-market in comparison to the preceding Land Rover models, the early Suffix-A Range Rovers were merely utility 4×4 vehicles, designed to be washed down with a hose – both inside and out – after desired use. The third-generation Range Rover (L322) was produced between 2002 and 2012, and saw the model move further up-market.
First registered on 29th December 2012, this Range Rover Westminster was one of the last third generation Range Rovers to be sold. Its high specification boasts full black leather interior with piano black inlays, remote winter pre-heating pack, electric sunroof, 20” alloy wheels, ‘access mode’ air suspension, television/navigation infotainment system, parking sensors and heated and cooled seats all round. Bearing Ford’s signature 4.4 litre V8 twin-turbo diesel engine, releasing 313bhp through an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission.
A superb example - very well maintained and serviced every year by Land Rover or Land Rover specialists. Notably, the car had Land Rover extended warranty coverage up until 2020, and it has travelled less than 9,000 miles since expiration. Never used for towing - the factory tow bar is ‘as new’ in the boot compartment. Over the past year the car has benefitted from new brake disks and pads all round, two new tyres and new front suspension lower arms. Recently serviced by Land Rover specialists and MoT’d with no advisories. Supplied with two keys, pre-heater fob, full-size spare wheel and a folder full of MoT certificates, service history and sundry documentation. HPI clear.
This Range Rover Westminster is now sold.