2009 Range Rover L322 3.6 TDV8 Vogue SE. Exceptional low mileage example with only one former owner.

Key Facts


Replacing the P38 model, the eagerly awaited third generation Range Rover was launched in 2002 and was developed under BMW ownership, featuring their 3.0 litre Turbo diesel and 4.4 Petrol engines. In 2005 the brand was sold to the Ford Motor group and their engines were adopted in place of the BMW units. Just three years later, both Land Rover and Jaguar were sold to the Tata group for almost half the acquisition value paid previously by Ford.

The L322 had a production run of 10 years and was hugely successful, the styling harking back to the original concept, on and off road capabilities were often praised by the motoring pundits with Jeremy Clarkson rating it the ‘best vehicle ever made’

This particular example, finished in classic Buckingham Blue and featuring probably the best interior combination of Jet Black and Ivory which provides the practicality of black seats and carpet with the Ivory creating a light and airy environment.

Formerly a JLR company vehicle, the car was sold by Lookers in Battersea to its second owner in December 2010, the mileage at this time being barely over 6,000 miles. The second owner used the car sparingly to cover infrequent trips from London to Hampshire and covered a further 21,000 miles during the following 13 years. The maintenance history is impeccable with servicing conducted every 3,000 miles. Additionally, it has never ventured off road during its 14 years.

To find another example with such low mileage and impeccable condition would in our view be an almost impossible task and would make a compelling purchase being a fraction of the cost of a new Range Rover.

A new MOT will be arranged pre-delivery.