The significance of the classic Range Rover is documented elsewhere with our 1992 Range Rover Vogue. However, the pinnacle of the hard dash 4 door model range is the Vogue SE and after much searching we have sourced a re-imported vehicle originally built for the Japanese market with the ideal specification.
Many classic vehicles suffer severe corrosion from the passing of time not helped by the abundance of salt used on UK roads in the winter months. This is not the case in Japan. Fortunately the Land Rover export renaissance started in the late 1980's when the Range Rover was first launched in North America and from 1990 in Japan. Japan being salt free and, unlike North America, RHD. Many British two seat sports cars exported to the USA have since been re-imported to the UK and now the same is happening to modern classics first exported to Japan like our Range Rover.
An excellent reference site, owned and run by Vidar Eriksen, explains the story and specification of the Japan export cars recognizable by the chrome finish bumpers, V8 badges and third brake light (missing from UK models of that era). Find out more at www.range-rover-classic.com
Our corrosion free Westminister Grey Vogue SE with Winchester Grey leather was acquired in December 2014 and comes with full walnut pack, original paint, very low mileage (and no tow bar). The car spent most of 2015 with Kingsley Cars, the world renowned Range Rover Classic specialist, based near Oxford. While the car is highly specced many of the electric features fail through time and our car has benefitted from a complete overhaul of the central locking, cruise control, electric seat adjustment and air conditioning systems. The car also has new exhaust catalysts and sits on new springs and our preferred Pirelli Scorpion Verde road tyres. Basically the car has enjoyed a re-birth which has seen it returned to full working order. It is a very special vehicle and the pride of our fleet.
How do I book this car?
|Pricing Policy for Range Rover Vogue SE*|
|1 day (24 hour period):||£250|
|Weekend (6pm Friday - 10am Monday):||£450|
|1 week (6pm Fri/Sat - 5pm following Fri/Sat):||£n/a|
|Extra day (additional 24 hour period):||£225|
Note: power, performance and economy figures are estimates and cannot be relied upon. They are for illustration purposes only.