Land Rover models are fan favorites with lackluster resale value

Although Land Rover produces top-notch cars, their long-term ownership costs and demanding maintenance requirements can 

be painful for customers. Unfortunately, this high ownership cost does not convert into a high resale value.

After three years of ownership, you may anticipate receiving just around 71.65% of your initial investment back when you sell your Land Rover.   

The Land Rover Range Rover, which only retains about 63.50% of 

its original value three years after being purchased new,

is the poorest Land Rover

value in such a short period of time may be discouraging.