I'm with Matt reference the low mileage units vs high mileage. There's a reason why the dealership continued to use that vehicle as a shuttle with the mileage it has. They could have easily swapped it for a new one had the LR3 started having a ton of problems. For $6,900 I think it's a good deal. The extras are nice, and if you're not going to use them they could be sold off to recoup some of your money. Not a bad deal at all.
how much of that work will they throw in for you at the 6900 price? Or, are they saying 6900 plus the cats and diff seals? With 204k if you're only looking to put 7 or 8 k per year, this thing could easily last you 10 years!
2008 LR3 SE | 1989 RRC w/ 96 D1 motor, 2" OME, 245/75 BFG AT's, Warn 9.5ti, RTE front bumper and steering skid plate
Called them today they are in the process of getting a replacement shuttle. This bugged me at first, like you don't have one sitting around. But then again you don't just grab some 60 -90,000 rig to run someone to the airport. So I expect to get it in the next two weeks. Good news is they use it every day and found that the catalyst code was a cause of something else and replaced a wire harnes. So I'm down to just the leaks on the front diff. I don't think I'd put 8-10,000 miles per year on it. I still like mud though and I'm selling my last two Rokon trail breakers after I flipped my self 12 ft off a river bank, didn't sit well with my 58 yr old body. Yesterdays cheers have small ehco's.
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