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EBAY AUCTION: BEAUTIFUL 2003 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER HSE

Auction Dates:
Starts: Monday, April 9, 2012 - 12:00pm (PST)
Ends: Thursday, April 19, 2012 - 12:00pm (PST)
Auction Type: Global Online Auction
Location: Range Rover Located in Opa-Locka, FL
Description:

2003 Land Rover Range Rover HSE

 

2003 Land Rover Range Rover HSE:

73,100 Miles, Grey Leather Interior, Charcoal Grey Exterior, V8 Engine, 5 Speed Automatic, 4-Wheel Drive, Driver & Passenger Side Air Bags, Anti-Lock Brakes, Air Conditioning, Navigation System, Cruise Control, CD Player, Power: Door Locks, Mirrors, Windows, Steering & Seats, Tilt/Telescope Steering Wheel 

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2003 Land Rover Range Rover
 
Model   HSE
Mileage   71,300
Exterior Color   Grey
Interior Color   Grey
MPG   City: 11 (est.) & Highway: 16 (est.)
Engine   4.4 L V8
Transmission   5 Speed Automatic
Drive Type   4 Wheel Drive
Vin   SALMF11463A131383
Installed Options   Driver & Passenger Side Air Bags, Anti-Lock Brakes, Air Conditioning, Navigation System, Cruise Control, CD Player, Power: Door Locks, Mirrors, Windows, Steering & Seats, Tilt/Telescope Steering Wheel

 

Originally Priced New: $71,200.00

Introduction:
Arguably the ultimate rough-and-tumble adventure vehicles, Land Rovers appeared just after World War II -- Britain's answer to the popular American Jeep. The Range Rover, Land Rover's flagship SUV, debuted in England in 1970, and made its American debut in 1985. For only the third time in the past 31 years, Land Rover has redesigned its posh Range Rover. Longer, taller and narrower than its predecessor, the 2003 model has an all-new, stiffer monocoque body with an integrated chassis. Land Rover calls it "the most capable vehicle in the world."

The Range Rover's curb weight has grown from 4,894 pounds to 5,379 pounds, but the manufacturer claims the SUV can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 9 seconds. Huge all-disc brakes with Dynamic Stability Control help bring it to a halt with similar dispatch. Independent front and rear suspensions employ interconnected air springs. A BMW-derived, all-aluminum, 4.4-liter V-8 engine teams with a five-speed-automatic transmission that incorporates CommandShift control, which allows manual shifting up and down when desired. The two-speed electronically actuated transfer case can be shifted from Low to High while on the move. A new torque-sensing center differential automatically alters the torque bias between the front and rear axles according to available traction.

Improved approach and departure angles make the new model even more capable off-road than its illustrious predecessor. Land Rover claims more interior space and ground clearance than that in the previous model.

Exterior:
Many traditional, "iconic" design features are evident on the 2003 model. Such characteristics include a clamshell hood with castellations, a horizontally split tailgate, a "floating" roof and a simple grille on a bold, upright front end. There's an almost rectangular interplay between the horizontal and vertical body lines. The headlights and taillights have been restyled. Distinctive power vents at the front-fender edges are new, which are intended to help increase the volume of air fed to the engine.

Interior:
The Range Rover seats five occupants and comes with several choices of interior styles that emphasize the use of luxury woods and leathers and are inspired by the cabins of Riva speedboats and ocean-racing yachts. Special features include a video entertainment system and a voice-activated audio, phone and navigation system.

Interiors may be trimmed in cherry wood, burr walnut or an alloy-metal look called "foundry." Three seat fabrics are offered: cloth, traditional Blenheim leather or Oxford leather. The front and rear armrests fold down. Optional contour front seats have an electrically adjustable split backrest, while the 60/40-split, folding rear seats jackknife forward to increase cargo space. Luggage loops in the cargo area securely fasten loads. Heating for all seats and the steering wheel is optional.

Under the Hood:
Manufactured by BMW, the 4.4-liter, 32-valve V-8 engine produces 282 horsepower at 5,400 rpm and 325 pounds-feet of torque at 3,600 rpm. The engine has been adapted to meet unique Range Rover requirements, which include the vehicle's ability to wade through water, cope with steep offroad angles and handle the strain of heavy-duty towing. A new ZF five-speed-automatic transmission with CommandShift also stems from BMW.

Safety:
Six airbags are installed to protect both front and rear passengers. These devices come in the form of front, side-impact and curtain-type airbags. Land Rover says that crash-test protection is comparable to that of a luxury sedan, and the Range Rover's extra-stiff body aids in this effort. The front seat belts have pretensioners. All three rear seats have three-point inertia reel belts, and ISOFIX points ensure that child-safety seats may be securely fitted.!

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