2002 Range Rover P38 Westminster Auto
One of just 200 last-of-the-line P38s; economical diesel with automatic transmission; fully loaded; nice colour combo
One of 200 run-out Westminster models we are told, this one is fitted with the economical 2.5-turbo diesel engine option of which just 50 are thought to have been produced.
A brochure on file for the Westminster special edition model lists the spec: painted Bonatti Grey, it came with luxurious ash black leather with charcoal piping. The dash is adorned with Poplar Ash wood trim, as well as the gear knob and partial wood trim steering wheel. It came with a 17-speaker Harman Kardon ICE and an in-built Sat Nav (disc in boot).
18" Hurricane alloys colour coded 'Gun Smoke' set off the SVO (Special Vehicles Operation) body kit which included bumpers and sills - quite the piece and all for the princely sum of £46,495...
This 153,000 mile example has an MOT until February 2022 with just two minor advisories showing. The good history file shows that it was sold in 2012 at 96,000 miles, its new owner giving it lots of love and attention through Teversham Cars in Cambridge - numerous bills on file showing a significant spend over the next few years. These total some £12,600!
Highlights include an air-con condenser, gearbox cooler; pas pump and box; water pump; ABS ECU (nb ABS light is still showing); alternator; fuel pump; front and rear shocks; radiator and lots and lots of servicing.
On top of this, Transmission Repairs North West removed and overhauled the gearbox and torque convertor for another £2,500 in 2018.
The V5C shows nine previous keepers, the car coming with its book pack including the owner's handbook and service book which shows the first registration in March 2002 through Merlin in Cardiff. It was serviced at 6,177 in 2002, 11,591 also in 2002; 14,021 in 2003, 20,671 in 2003, 29,014 in '04, 36,608 in '05 - all by Land Rover main agents and then the aforementioned Teversham Motors from 2012 at 101,702 miles - eight stamps all told plus the bills from 2012 onwards. The pack also includes the radio code, EKA code and lock set code - and the locking wheel nut tool is present in the tool box!
The vendor reports that the electric seat motors work as does the heating system and central locking. The air suspension functions correctly and it has been an easy starter since arrival on site.
P38s have been on the move of late and this last-of-the-line economical special edition diesel looks a good bet, especially given the care and attention it has received over the last 10 years.
On offer at No Reserve, this is definitely one to keep an eye on.
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