2015 Land Rover LR4 HSE LUX

Features Overview
  • 115 Volt Plug
  • 20' Wheels
  • 3 Sunroofs w/ Shades
  • 400HP 3.0 Supercharged V6
  • 7 Passenger 3rd Row Seating
  • Adaptive Headlights
  • Backup Camera
  • Dual Front Power seats
  • Dual Power Folding Heated Mirrors
  • Front and Rear Parking Sensors
  • Full Time Intelligent 4x4
  • Heated Front and Rear Seats
  • Heated Steering Wheel
  • Memory Seats
  • Mid Row Cooler
  • Multi-Mode Air-Ride Suspension
  • Navigation
  • Push Button Start
  • Quadra Drive II (5 Different Driving Modes)
  • Rain Sensing Wipers
  • Tri-Zone Automatic Climate Control Zones
  • Turn Signal Mirrors
  • Xenon Headlights

    You are looking at a 2015 Land Rover LR4 HSE LUXURY 4x4 Supercharged 400HP 3.0 V6 in excellent condition inside & out. It has 33k original miles & is listed $25,000 below KBB Retail. Some of the highlighted features include: Full Time Intelligent 4x4, 400HP 3.0 Supercharged V6, Quadra Drive II (5 Different Driving Modes), Multi-Mode Air-Ride Suspension, 7 Passenger 3rd Row Seating, Heated Front and Rear Seats, Dual Power Folding Heated Mirrors, Heated Steering Wheel, 3 Sunroofs w/ Shades, Dual Front Power Seats, Push Button Start, Tri-Zone Automatic Climate Control Zones, Mid Row Cooler, Adaptive Headlights, Xenon Headlights, Memory Seats, Front and Rear Parking Sensors, Navigation, Backup Camera, Rain Sensing Wipers, 20' Wheels, 115 Volt Plug, and Turn Signal Mirrors.

    This car was involved in a minor accident, it hit a deer....we replaced the driver fender, bumper, grille, and headlight. The airbags are fully functional in this car and are factory. The car will come with a Rebuilt Title (due to the history) that can be easily titled in all states. Most banks will finance a car with a Rebuilt Title, just check with your bank for details. In closing,






    Brief Explanation on Salvage and Rebuilt Titles

    Many people are not familiar with the Salvage or Rebuilt title, below is a brief explanation of the "Salvage or Rebuilt Title" terminology: Salvage title means that the insurance company decided not to fix the car and paid off the owner. By declaring a car "Total Loss” Insurance Company is taking themselves out of any liability issues in the future. Does that means the car is totaled, not always. Sometimes the car has minor damage but the parts are very expensive. Sometimes the owner does not want to get the vehicle repaired and depending on the Insurance Company and the year of the car, Insurance will pay off the owner. If the car gets stolen then Insurance has thirty days to recover the vehicle, if the car is not recovered in thirty days, Insurance pays off the owner and once the car is recovered, it is brought to the auction as a Total Loss vehicle even if it did not have any damage on it.

    We have bought 'Total Loss" cars from Insurance companies with door dings, extremely minor fender bender, theft recovered vehicles with absolutely no damage. In brief Total Loss does not always mean that the car was in a bad wreck or had extensive damage. We do not buy or sell anything with major damage. Now for Rebuilt title, once the repairs are completed, car is inspected by state for all repairs and a Rebuilt Title is issued, which means that the new owner will not have to get any inspection done, if required by your State, to get the car back on the road. It saves a lot of trouble for buyers as they don’t have to get the car inspected or fill out any extra paper work as is the case with Salvage title.

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