Best used Range Rover PCP finance deals

Fancy an upmarket Range Rover, but don't want to pay an upmarket price? Check out the best nearly-new and used Range Rover finance deals

John Evans
Jul 26, 2022

A Range Rover used to be a utilitarian off-roader designed to be simple and rugged, with an interior that could be cleaned with a hose. The Range Rover philosophy has changed a bit since those early days, and now there is a whole range of Range Rovers, each offering a different spin on the classic off-roader recipe. On top of the standard Range Rover, there’s the smaller and more compact Evoque, the sleek and stylish Velar, and the performance-orientated Sport.

The average price for the four Range Rover models on BuyaCar is £51,332, and few drivers have this amount of cash lying around ready to drop just like that. While PCP finance deals are more affordable, brand new models can easily command more than £600 per month, and larger models over £1,000 per month. Fear not, though, as even a one-year-old equivalent could save you over £100 per month or more on BuyaCar, with a two-year-old equivalent saving you around £200 per month.

It doesn't matter which size Range Rover you're looking for, there are substantial savings available with used finance deals. Even if you're on a tight budget, you may find you get more for your money than you expect. Take the £4,500 deposit needed to get a brand new mid-specification Evoque for around £600 per month, and put it into a used model: you could cut the cost down on a four-year-old Evoque that has covered barely 20,000 miles (with the same contract terms - deposit, finance type, contract length and mileage allowance).

Which one you choose will most likely hinge on how much you have to spend, but what makes Range Rover models particularly good value to finance is how desirable they are - and consequently how valuable they are second-hand. Because PCP finance monthly payments are calculated from the difference between the car's initial price and its value at the end of the contract, the fact Range Rovers are typically worth a lot even as used cars can help to reduce your monthly payments.

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Range Rover Evoque offers

In terms of styling, the latest Range Rover Evoque that launched in 2019 is extremely similar to the previous version that was on sale from 2011. Aside from a few minor tweaks, it's quite difficult to tell the two apart just by looking at it. It's when you look inside that you notice how much has changed. For a start, the newer version is more spacious, which should appeal to anyone looking to put adults or taller teenagers in the back seats.

The list of features in the cabin includes a 10-inch touchscreen media system on the dashboard, parking sensors all-round and a reversing camera to help take the stress out of parking in tight spaces. Evoque S trim introduces sat-nav plus Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Higher trims have Land Rover’s Touch Pro Duo, a dual-screen media system, which makes the interior look even more high-tech. 

There's been an overhaul under the bonnet, too, with mild hybrid engines now available on all but the most basic model in the range. For the most part, expect to find diesel versions most common on the used car market, but there are petrol and even plug-in hybrid versions on offer, too. 

As a member of the Land Rover family, the Evoque has strong off-roading credentials, even as the smallest Range Rover model, it's still a hugely competent 4x4. If you don't intend to spend much time going off-road, you can pick up a cheaper front-wheel-drive version and still enjoy the comfort and luxury of a Range Rover.

Combined with a comfortable ride, high levels of refinement and greater scope for personalisation, the new Evoque is a worthy rival to the likes of the Audi Q3, BMW X2 and Volvo XC40.

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Nearly new Range Rover Evoque

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Range Rover Evoque
Used Range Rover Evoque

BuyaCar prices from £28,995
Monthly finance from £352*

Previous generation Range Rover Evoque (2011-19)

If you'd rather save some money, the original Range Rover Evoque is still an excellent SUV representing great value for money as a used car.  As we mentioned above this older model still looks modern next to the latest version, but it is slightly more compact, so those rear seats might feel a touch cramped for taller passengers. The savings on offer will be worth considering, though, if that isn't too much of a concern.

This 2011 version of the Evoque is available in either three-door or five-door form (the new version is five-door only). The latter is more practical but the former has a sportier look about it that will appeal to certain tastes - there’s even a convertible version if you want something entirely different.

There is a wide choice of petrol and diesel engines with the latter easily the more plentiful on the used market. Front-wheel-drive diesels are badged eD4, and four-wheel-drive models TD4.

While this first Evoque may lack some of the current car’s advanced technology, it’s still relatively high-tech and well equipped compared to cheaper alternatives on the market. The most basic Pure trim models still feature an eight-inch touchscreen media system, electric windows all-round, and rear parking sensors.

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Range Rover Evoque
Used Range Rover Evoque

BuyaCar prices from £18,699
Monthly finance from £239*

Range Rover Velar

Launched in 2017, the Range Rover Velar sits between the Evoque and the Range Rover Sport and takes on sleek SUV-coupes such as the BMW X6 as well as more conventionally sporty SUVs such as the Porsche Macan.

Engines are the traditional mix of petrols and diesels but larger-engined V6 versions come with super-comfortable air suspension as standard. These more powerful V6 engines suit the luxurious Velar but the smaller four-cylinder engines make up most of the range. Among the diesels, the 240hp D240 is our pick and the petrols, the 250hp P250.

The Velar’s sloping roofline limits rear headroom somewhat, but it’s a small price to pay for the model’s sumptuous exterior looks, mirrored by a truly classy interior. Quality materials fill the interior, while the dashboard is a minimalist affair incorporating, on all but the entry-level version, no less than three large screens: one showing the speed dials, another, the Touch Pro Duo system displaying media controls, and a third displaying ancillary controls.

There are four trim levels but our favourite is mid-range SE with its 18-inch alloys, powerful LED headlights, dual-zone climate control, rear camera and suede upholstery.

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Range Rover Velar
Used Range Rover Velar

BuyaCar prices from £28,710
Monthly finance from £430*

Range Rover Sport offers

Despite its size, the Range Rover Sport is quick and nimble, as well as luxurious. It’s a rung below the Range Rover but looks and feels almost as impressive while squaring up to rivals such as the BMW X5 and Porsche Cayenne.

This is the second generation version that was launched in 2013 and received a minor update in 2015. It’s only available with five doors, but offers the option of seven seats, something the larger Range Rover cannot claim. The interior is very spacious with plenty of room for rear-seat passengers, although less so for the pair in the third row, where fitted. As you’d expect in such a tall vehicle, visibility is good.

High-tech adaptive suspension and four-wheel drive mean the Sport feels comfortable and secure. You can really hustle it along at speed, too. Venture off-road and the standard-fit Terrain Response system, which adapts to the surface you're driving on, will get you out of most awkward spots. Adventurers should seek out Dynamic models with the more advanced Terrain Response 2 system.

The 3.0-litre SDV6 diesel is perfect for most users. It’s certainly better all-round than the more powerful SDV8. Petrol fans can choose from a supercharged V8 or a more powerful version in the SVR - these are rapid but get through plenty of fuel, so budget for filling them up if you fancy one of these. There’s also a plug-in hybrid petrol engine badged P400e that is smoothly powerful and capable of travelling up to 30 miles on electric power alone - though you have to charge this regularly to get any real fuel economy benefits.

Despite its advanced age, the Range Rover Sport looks very much like the new Evoque on the inside, although it goes without some of that model’s more modern in-car technology. HSE trim hits the spot with sat-nav, xenon headlights, leather seats, adaptive suspension and a powered tailgate.

A new Range Rover Sport was launched in 2022 with a price tag of more than £80,000, however this should see prices for the previous-generation model drop slightly, making it look even better value. 

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Nearly new Range Rover Sport

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Range Rover Sport
Used Range Rover Sport

BuyaCar prices from £32,499
Monthly finance from £465*

Range Rover offers

It may have been launched back in 2013 but the Range Rover is still the luxury SUV to beat. Indeed, so luxurious is it that it’s routinely compared with Mercedes and Bentley limousines. Its trick is to be all things to all buyers: unstoppable off-roader one moment, unflappable motorway cruise ship the next.

There have been several facelifts and improvements over the years, most notably in 2015 when the SDV8 engine gained more power and the eight-speed automatic gearbox was tweaked. At the same time, Intelligent Cargo Mode was introduced; a clever system that moves the front seats forward as you lower the rears, before returning them to position. More enhancements followed in 2017, including the introduction of a plug-in hybrid version and an upgraded interior offering even greater luxury.

Air suspension, offering great ride comfort and secure handling, is standard while the regular 260hp SDV6 diesel engine provides as much performance as most buyers could want. If you require more, there’s the 339hp 4.4-litre SDV8. Beyond these lie the super-powerful, and super-thirsty, supercharged 5.0-litre V8 petrol engines.

Vogue trim kicks off the range and is very well equipped (everything from a TV to a powered tailgate is included). Higher up is Autobiography with features including a panoramic sunroof and a bespoke dashboard. Take it as read that all trims feature advanced in-car technologies including InControl Pro and high-definition sat-nav.

Much like the Range Rover Sport, a new Range Rover arrived early in 2022. It costs from around £100,000 to nearly double that with all options ticked, and while it has a fresher design and better in-car technology, the previous model is no less desirable than it ever was. Tough luck if you want a full-sized Range Rover with seven seats, though, because you'll need the latest version.

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Nearly new Range Rover

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Used Range Rover

BuyaCar prices from £47,500
Monthly finance from £703*

*Representative PCP finance - Ford Fiesta:

48 monthly payments of £192
Deposit: £0
Mileage limit: 8,000 per year
Optional final payment to buy car: £2,923
Total amount payable to buy car: £11,926
Total cost of credit: £2,426
Amount borrowed: £9,500
APR: 9.9%

BuyaCar is a credit broker, not a lender. Our rates start from 6.9% APR. The rate you are offered will depend on your individual circumstances.

 

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