Land Rover Repair and Service
Land Rover vehicles are well known for their luxury. We take great care when doing any repair or service on Land Rover vehicles because we know how much the owners have invested in their automobiles. Our goal for every repair and service is to be absolutely certain that you will drive your vehicle out of our shop in the best condition possible!
A little bit of preventative maintenance can go a long way to saving you money in the long term. We always strive to find the repairs that can help you do just that, and we’ll give you an honest and fair appraisal of the state of your vehicle. You’ll be involved every step of the way as our support staff keeps you up to date on what is going on during the repair or service of your Land Rover vehicle. Take the time to ask questions, we’ll be glad to answer them!
We offer a full range of repair services to the entire Land Rover lineup. These services can include but not limited to:
- Brake inspection and repair
- Oil Changes
- Timing belt replacement
- Wheel, tire and steering assembly alignment and repair
- Air filter replacement
Range Rover (1969 - Current)
Beginning in 1969, Land Rover began production of one of the most well-known vehicles today in the Range Rover. Over the course of the years, there have been plenty of changes between the original and what we see today, but we love each version in its own way. The most recent Range Rover is equipped with a selection of gasoline engines, whether that be the V6 (340HP), the V8 (525HP), or the most powerful V8 (565 HP). The Range Rover also has the option of two diesel engines, a V6 (258 HP) or the V8 (340 HP). No matter what engine selection you have, you can be assured to love every minute inside this vehicle.
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Discovery (1989 - Current)
The Discovery has been a staple in the SUV game since its original release in 1989. Since then there have been a few body style changes, but each has been popular choices for their eras. With three diesel engine options for the newer Discovery, there are options that suit any kind of driver.
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Defender (1990 - Current)
The Land Rover Defender has been around since 1990 and has gone through changes to keep it modern and a competitor in the Medium SUV market. One of the newest versions of the Defender family is the Defender 90, which was launched in 2019. This vehicle’s base horsepower is 300 and is provided by its 4 cylinder engine. They may not be the fastest SUV on the streets, but they still provide anything anyone could need.
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Range Rover Sport (2005 - Current)
Following the success of the original Range Rover, Land Rover decided to up the ante and create the Range Rover Sport in 2005. This vehicle was designed to give a flashier design than the base model Range Rover and to provide a more modern interior feel. Today the Range Rover Sport has been modernized, equipped with touchscreens and new front seats to offer better support. The Range Rover Sport offers three diesel options for the engine, one being the L4 (240 HP), V6 (258 HP), and the stronger V6 (306 HP).
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Range Rover Vogue (2005 - Current)
With 10 engine options, the Range Rover Vogue can meet any of your vehicular needs. Equipped with a 360-degree surround camera feel safe when navigating in high traffic areas, and have a better overall understanding of your surroundings. This promise of safety and performance has been active since the inception of this vehicle back in 2005.
Range Rover Evoque (2011 - Current)
The Range Rover Evoque is best known for its revolutionary design with a compact SUV. Although this vehicle is not as strong as many of the other Land Rovers, its power can range from 150 HP and 300 Hp. It also provides options for either a 6-speed manual or a 9-speed automatic to suit any driver’s needs. This car can definitely fit the needs of people that require less power for their day-to-day commutes and instead are looking for simplicity.
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Range Rover Velar (2017 - Current)
The Range Rover Velar is one of the newer generations of Land Rover and is easily one of the most customizable. When selecting a Velar, a customer has the choice of 13 engines. There are a variety of gasoline, diesel, mild hybrid diesel and mild hybrid engines to choose from. Each supplies more than enough power to achieve anything you put the SUV against.
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Range Rover SVAutobiography (2017 - Current)
Equipped with a blindspot monitor and a clear exit monitor, the Range Rover SVAutobiography is definitely caught up with the times. Have no doubt that this car meets any needs that you may have. With options of 4 cylinder to 8 cylinder engines, make sure that you pick the right engine for your SVAutobiography.
Land Rover Range Rover 3 Doors (1988 - 1993)
The 3 door model of the Range Rover can be considered one of the most successful models stemming from Land Rover. Beginning production in 1988, this vehicle harnesses a V8 engine that produces 167 horsepower. This vehicle is best known for the horizontal door in the trunk, which was deemed the third door in this early rendition of the SUV we all love today.
Freelander (1997 - 2014)
Staying true to the Land Rover brand, the Freelander is one of the most recognized SUVs on the road today. In 1997 Land Rover in partnership with BMW launched the Freelander as its first unibody SUV and in 2003 they redesigned it, in what they called a “facelift”. The final Freelander was launched in 2014 and had 3 engines that produced around 115 horsepower, and a top speed of 105.6 mph.
Rover CityRover (2003 - 2005)
The Rover CityRover was one of the shortest tenured vehicles under Land Rover, but it has gone down as a historic car from Land Rover. It was tasked with the job of trying to save the British vehicle manufacturing scene, and all though it didn’t reach the high expectations set for it, this car still holds a special place in our hearts. Set with a 1.4L 4 Cylinder engine that produced 85 horsepower, this vehicle had a top speed of 100 mph and a fuel efficiency of 46.6 mpg.
We service all Land Rover models, so worry not if it's not listed above!
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