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I love the look of the Sport and agree it has much more curb appeal than the other cars but I got a great deal on a '07 X5 and so that's my new ride.
When I'm not driving 2 small kids around in zero degree temperatures then maybe I'll risk buying a car that may have reliability issues. For now I'm sticking with BMW and their 4 year free servicing!

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Answering the original post...go with the RRS by far, its the classiest suv ever made. I had a 2008 RRS HSE and kept it until the warranty came up and bought a new 2011 RRS Supercharged. I also have a 2011 X5 and the RR is a million times mre fun to drive and attracts many more looks. They are usually very good in reliability, there are those certain cars that have issues, but that is the same with BMW and mercedes as well.

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they are great cars and you get to know the workshop really well , they are always breaking or faulty ,for the price they ask ,its a joke ,always something wrong just got rid ,will not bother with another ,good luck if you can handle the stress

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edanos1 wrote:
Answering the original post...go with the RRS by far, its the classiest suv ever made. I had a 2008 RRS HSE and kept it until the warranty came up and bought a new 2011 RRS Supercharged. I also have a 2011 X5 and the RR is a million times mre fun to drive and attracts many more looks. They are usually very good in reliability, there are those certain cars that have issues, but that is the same with BMW and mercedes as well.

Range Rover= unique classic & sophisticated
Audi= bulky and not as sharp as the rover
Porche=very common


Wow 4 yrs late on the answer...he may have replaced it twice by now Shocked Mike

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United States 2010 Range Rover Sport TDV8 HSE Zermatt Silver
Re: Should I buy a RRS?

RSS? wrote:
I am looking to replace my BMW X5. I've had no problems with it but the warranty is up and I want a new car. I've really enjoyed the X5 but thought I should see what else is on offer. I test drove the Audi Q7 (hated it), the Cayenne S (ok but prefer my X5) and the RRS. I loved the Sport and was all set to get it when I started to hear about reliability issues. I've had BMWs for 8 years and had no problems. Am I asking for trouble if I get a Sport? Is the '07 more reliable?


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