1993 Range Rover Vogue SE
This 1993 Range Rover Vogue SE is a well-sorted example of the “Classic” shape and features a sought-after specification. It is powered by a 3.9-litre petrol V8 engine that outputs 136kW (182hp) to all four wheels. The drivetrain is mated to a four-speed automatic transmission with dual-range gears and a permanent four-wheel drive system. This example shows 207,702km since new.
Land Rover arguably pioneered the Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) back in 1970 with this car, the Range Rover Classic. At the time, few other off-roaders could balance good on-road characteristics with off-road capability, which is why the Range Rover took the world by storm performing better than any other off-roader in both disciplines. Not only is the Range Rover a capable drive, it also features luxurious appointments inside the cabin befitting of the British marque. The Range Rover Classic was continually updated until the second generation arrived in the mid 1990s. This example is a late model first-generation car.
This Range Rover Vogue SE was the top-spec Range Rover of its time, presented in Westminster Grey over grey leather interior. It is specified with an electric sunroof, aftermarket bull bar, tow hitch, power windows, electric seats, and a Sony Bluetooth sound system is used in place of the original head unit. The car rides on a set of 16-inch body-coloured three-spoke wheels which come wrapped in Kumho all-terrain tyres.
First built in the United Kingdom in July 1992, this Range Rover was delivered new to Australia in January 1993 and has been well looked after by its current owner. The original air suspension was swapped out for a coil spring/shock absorber set-up early on in its life as the maintenance on air suspension is usually expensive. This car has had regular servicing, the last of which was completed in June 2021 at Autoplus WA. Normal maintenance was tended to and no items of concern were raised on this occasion.
Original paint adorns the exterior of this Range Rover and it presents as such. There are some scratches and marks dotted throughout the Westminster Grey paintwork, the most notable is some fading observed on the bonnet. Some trim pieces are beginning to look worn and there is some superficial rust showing on the bull bar and tow hitch. All four wheels show minimal signs of damage and the Kumho tyres are described as near-new, retaining a good level of tread depth.
The interior of this Range Rover looks and functions in excellent condition. The grey leather upholstery has held up remarkably well with minimal cracking and sagging while trim accenting presents very well for its age. The carpet in the boot is slightly matted but the carpet elsewhere remains in good condition. The heating and cooling systems are in excellent working order as are electric sunroof, door mirrors, power seats and other accessories. All lights, indicators, and the instrument cluster functions as normal and there are no engine warning signs illuminated on the dash.
This Range Rover will be sold with two keys and two spare wheels. All accompanying documentation will be supplied with a successful sale.
This listing is to the best of the sellers knowledge and is not misleading or deceptive in anyway. As per Trading Garage’s Terms and Conditions, although Trading Garage have completed the following checks, bidders must satisfy themselves to the accuracy of the description and do any research, they feel necessary before bidding. All listings are sold in Australian dollars. This vehicle is currently registered in Western Australia until 04/12/21 and is not recorded as stolen or written off. There are not any security interests registered on the PPSR against the serial number.
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