RoverGuide offers a small but vital selection of buying tools that will help you find and purchase your next new Land Rover. But before you explore the pages below, we have a few words about pricing a new vehicle.
Shopping for a used Land Rover?
One of the most significant issues facing any prospective Land Rover owner is pricing. At this time, we do not recommend one single new vehicle pricing resource. Because every third-party pricing website has its own methodology behind the prices it displays, our recommendation is to utilize two or three pricing sites (Edmunds, KBB, TrueCar, NADAGuides, etc.) to come up with a composite target price. All prices on RoverGuide are MSRPs, unless otherwise noted.
In addition to our Land Rover research section, which features an overview of every current model available in the U.S. along with photos, features, and specifications data, we offer the following resources for prospective Land Rover owners.
Land Rover Incentives – Land Rover regularly features rebates and/or financing incentives for new vehicle purchases, leases, and even certified pre-owned (CPO) purchases. RoverGuide closely monitors current national incentives data and updates our information accordingly. Your local Land Rover retailer can help you learn more about the specific details of any program, including regional incentives that may not be available nationwide.
Financing a Land Rover – There are more options now than ever before when it comes to financing a new or used car. You can go online and shop lenders for a good interest rate before visiting the dealership. You can work with your current bank or credit union to secure financing. You can let the dealership work out a financing deal with one of its partner banks. Or, you can take advantage of Land Rover’s financing incentives.
Insuring a Land Rover – Despite their high repair costs, Land Rovers tend to have surprisingly affordable insurance rates. Buying a new car is the perfect opportunity to check your current rate against the competition. You might be surprised at the disparity of rates between different insurance providers. Stop by our insurance page to learn more about different types of coverage and terminology. The more you know, the more you can save.
We have also talked about our experience with the Progressive Snapshot usage-based program in conjunction with our 2006 LR3.
Leasing a Land Rover – Leasing a Land Rover is a good option if you plan on using it for light duty purposes and without running up a lot of miles on an annual basis. Leasing allows for most of the benefits of ownership but with lower payments and a warranty that never expires. Our leasing page features a comprehensive analysis of the pro and cons of leasing versus buying.
Land Rover Retailer Locator – We have created a custom Google Map which allows you to quickly locate Land Rover retailer in the United States. Zoom in on your location and look for the nearest Land Rover dealer icon. With our locator, you can get directions, contact information, website links, and even read dealer reviews (when available).