Potentially yes, but the cheaper the better
if I didn't set some sort of limit it would be a nightmare to sort and I'm happy at that. I kind of dismissed the Defender as I thought the price would be too much, although there are some out there in my budget but they seem to be around 1999 age wise which I think might be too old. How do they fair up age wise do you know?
Not sure on the Ssangyong Rexton it looks a bit Nissan ish
I'm no expert on Land Rovers, although I do like to get "Land Rover Owners" magazine quite regularly and I guess some of it has soaked in! How I see it, there's tons of them, as they do seem to last well, and the prices, although perhaps starting higher than most of their competitors, seem to range from reasonable to very high, although that would probably be for a super-high spec. Also, talking of specs, there's such an enormous range, that you'd be bound to find something to suit! Perhaps even worth a look at Witham Specialist Vehicles
, who deal in ex-MOD stuff. Again, the range is from super-high miles and old to hardly used!
As regards the Rexton - perhaps a bit Nissany, yes! TBH, I've never seen good photos of them - they just don't seem to photograph well! There's actually one appeared just round the corner from us for an amazingly low Â£2999, with just 50,000 on it! It's a few years older than ours (although 10K miles less) and I briefly thought about selling ours (for more) and then buying this to get a few quid in the bank. Having said that, ours has full service history and this one doesn't mention, and better the devil you know of course!