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Autobiography1969



Member Since: 17 Sep 2018
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WoW Thanks very much for that ;

I will ask when I go to collect..

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Cobstar



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Bet you can’t wait. Col has some good ideas Wink

Post #565536 Thu Sep 20 2018 4:21pm
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Autobiography1969



Member Since: 17 Sep 2018
Location: Kent
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Now I am excited,,

Bags packed,
Taxi to the airport booked,
Boarding passes printed..

Check list in the bag..

I feel like a kid that's been looking at the big Roller coaster..

And now I am tall enough to ride it for the first time..

Oh and the AA Card is packed as well..Just in case..

Other breakdown cards and companies available...

Knotted stomach and a mile wide smile... ===========================================
Range Rover Sport Autobiography 3.0 SDV6 8 speed Automatic
Indus Silver with Hockenheim premium twotone leather Ebony/Lunar,

Post #566291 Thu Oct 04 2018 6:37pm
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29salcombe



Member Since: 08 Jan 2013
Location: Cornwall
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Re: Soon to be an owner.

Autobiography1969 wrote:
I am collecting my new to me;
2012 Range Rover Sport Autobiography in early October,

I have always thought they were stunning from that first moment I
saw the early one in orange, I am a little older now and am lucky to
be able to get the one I really want..

I have a nearly 500 mile test drive home so I should know if there are any issues.

But can anyone give some advise on what I should check before I hand over my
hard earned money and drive her home?

Thank you in advance..


apologies for asking, but how did you get on finding a car that far from home? I believe I'm going down that route myself.

Post #568616 Fri Nov 09 2018 12:58pm
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Tim in Scotland



Member Since: 30 May 2005
Location: Driving along in my automobile
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2013 Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE Stornoway Grey

If you go to the Land RoverApproved used website you can set filters for version/price/distance from home/ engine/ colour/ interior colour and some options and it will sort the nationwide franchised dealers’ stock for what you have set the filters at. I don’t use the auto-Trader website as it seems to deluge my spam filter (just like the Auto-Express website does) with unwanted mail, but I think you can do the same there too with filtering models 2018 Melting Silver Mini Countryman PHEV - a test car before Seeing if I could go to totally Petrol/Diesel free motoring
2015MY Corris Grey SDv6 HSE Dynamic, the best car I have ever owned, totally reliable only a cou0le of rattles in 3 years, now no longer in my care
Also in my garage is a 1996 TDi300 Defender 90 County HT made into a fake CSW

Post #568623 Fri Nov 09 2018 2:04pm
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Autobiography1969



Member Since: 17 Sep 2018
Location: Kent
Posts: 65

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Re: Soon to be an owner.

29salcombe wrote:
Autobiography1969 wrote:
I am collecting my new to me;
2012 Range Rover Sport Autobiography in early October,

I have always thought they were stunning from that first moment I
saw the early one in orange, I am a little older now and am lucky to
be able to get the one I really want..

I have a nearly 500 mile test drive home so I should know if there are any issues.

But can anyone give some advise on what I should check before I hand over my
hard earned money and drive her home?

Thank you in advance..


apologies for asking, but how did you get on finding a car that far from home? I believe I'm going down that route myself.


To be honest I just stumbled across the garage and the cars they have, I was just dreaming about cars I would
like to own as my Kia Sorento was playing up a bit, and came across this advert, initially I was looking for a none Autobiography, but when you spend as long as I did looking then you start to decide on what you would like as options,
and what is surplus to individual requirements,
I wanted the All round Cameras, TV, Heated Steering wheel, Dynamic drive, adaptive headlights , intelligent cruise control,
I also wanted a nice but understated interior colour, I have had cream leather before and it wasn't something I wanted again, so this one ticked all my boxes..I didn't want the rear screens or the twin screens..
The garage was great, they sent a video as well as the pictures, answered all my questions, the only bit that was a bit hair-raising was paying in full before I had seen it in the flesh, a gentleman's agreement that if it wasn't what it was meant to be then they would refund my payment in full, and pay for my fight back home, so I went for it..
And the only thing I regret is flying with Ryanair...

The drive home was amazing.. ===========================================
Range Rover Sport Autobiography 3.0 SDV6 8 speed Automatic
Indus Silver with Hockenheim premium twotone leather Ebony/Lunar,

Post #568644 Fri Nov 09 2018 9:24pm
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