Land Rover

Land Rover

CARFAX Risk Factor Statistics for Land Rover (US imports)

1.
Accident
 
982
2.
Damage
 
659
3.
Salvage Title
 
635
4.
Total loss
 
465
5.
Airbag deployed
 
113
6.
Junk
 
67
7.
Flood
 
59
8.
Stolen
 
43
9.
Mileage inconsistency
 
42
10.
Lemon
 
41

Although market share isn’t particularly high in the United States, there is still a number of 5,515 Land Rover cars that have been exported from the U.S. to Europe since 1992.

There are cars on European roads that have been issued a salvage title in the U.S. How is this possible? There are two probable reasons.  After the car was in a critical accident and was issued a salvage title, instead of being scrapped, the car was illegally rebuilt and exported instead. The second possibility is that the car was involved in VIN-cloning, by which the identity of the car was stolen, so that we read the history of another car instead of that one. This usually means fraud or and stolen vehicles. There are 635 Land Rover vehicles that were exported from the U.S. to Europe with a salvage history.

A car with a history of being stolen in the U.S. is sometimes sold in Europe as if nothing had ever happened. There are 43 Land Rover vehicles with a history of being stolen. Not only can this lead to legal problems, but also to financial or and insurance problems. Your car is your safety; know what you buy!

Cars with a lemon history are those cars which have a complete disappointment. Tiresome investments and little or no return, that’s a lemon vehicle. There have been 41 U.S. export Land Rovers in Europe reported of being a lemon vehicle. Buy safe with CARFAX.

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