Best used 2013-present Range Rover PCP finance deals

Save many thousands with a pre-owned example of the iconic British luxury off-roader – check out the top used deals available now

Chris Rosamond
Jul 19, 2021

Few cars are more instantly recognisable than that most prestigious of luxury SUVs, the Range Rover. The flagship off-roader from the Land Rover brand is now approaching the end of its fourth generation, which launched in 2013 and was updated five years later in 2018.

Not that most drivers would notice the update from the outside, as the 2018 exterior changes were limited to minor grille tweaks and larger air vents in the front bumper. This is great news if you want to make an up-to-date impression without having to pay out an enormous amount to get a new Range Rover.

BuyaCar has some great Range Rover offers that will allow you to do just that, with our oldest models starting from £42,950. That looks like a fair chunk of money for a used car, until you realise that a brand new Range Rover Vogue will cost you at least £83,000. As is often the case with luxury cars, the value of the Range Rover drops quickly from new, and while this is bad news for people who buy the car new, it is great for those looking for a second-hand bargain.

For those on the tightest budgets, it’s possible to drive a 2016 Range Rover from £642 per month. If you're looking to find out more about your finance options, Hire Purchase (HP) and Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) finance are the main two options. PCP gives you lower monthly payments, but you don't own the car at the end of the contract, unless you make the large optional final payment, while Hire Purchase involves higher monthly payments, but you automatically own the car once you've made the final instalment.

At the other end of the budget range, choosing a post-2018 car means you benefit from the tech, engine and gearbox upgrades that came with the update, and in particular, that means getting the 'Touch Pro Duo' media system on the dashboard, with its impressive twin-screen display. Prices for 2019 Range Rovers on BuyaCar start at £64,980, which is likely to save you around £20,000 on the new price on models that have only covered as little as 10,000 miles.

Range Rover deals

Whichever used Range Rover you go for, you’ll be swanning around in the lap of luxury, enjoying a beautifully trimmed club-class cabin with soft leather armchairs up front and what feels like a sofa for three in the rear. The ride comfort is exceptional, thanks to standard air suspension, while the whisper-quiet interior makes for easy conversation at speed or a great auditorium for the impressive sound systems.

This all encourages a relaxed approach to driving, and although Range Rovers can pack a lot of muscle under the bonnet and are perfectly capable of cruising at high motorway speeds, they’re big, heavy machines and don’t like being thrown around bends like a sports car. They’re surprisingly agile up to a point, but if you want something more sporty, the aptly named Range Rover Sport is a better option.

While few Range Rovers spend much time off-road, it’s worth remembering this flagship Land Rover SUV is designed to tackle harsh off-road conditions. Advanced electronic 'Terrain Response' driving modes, impressive ground clearance and years of Land Rover know-how mean the Range Rover is pretty much unbeatable when it comes to the rough stuff.

So now that we’ve whetted your appetite, read on to find out which of the various Range Rover specifications and trim levels best fit the space on your drive - or your budget.

Which Range Rover deal is best for you?

All Range Rovers are five-seaters only, so if you want a seven-seater you need to look elsewhere - Land Rover hopes that the smaller Range Rover Sport model, where an extra row is an option, will cover this base for drivers. That said, the firm does offer the Range Rover with an extended wheelbase for even more legroom in the back. The long-wheelbase option is favoured by wealthy corporate users and high net worth types who like to be chauffeured around in the lap of luxury, so is usually combined with top-spec Autobiography trim.

All Range Rover models have permanent four-wheel drive and smooth-shifting automatic gearboxes, so it’s really just a case of deciding which engine suits you best. There’s quite a range, with a pair of 3.0-litre diesels offered up to 2020, which promise reasonable fuel economy while offering plenty of muscle and being barely audible from inside the cabin. If you do high mileages, choosing one of the petrol versions instead is likely to mean much higher fuel bills.

The powerful V8 petrol Range Rovers will be expensive at the fuel pumps even if you don’t rack up the miles, with 15mpg a likely real-world average. However, with up to 557hp on offer from the same 5.0-litre supercharged engine fitted to the Jaguar F-Type, you could have serious fun spending your money with one of these high-performance machines, just don't expect a Range Rover to handle in quite the same way as its sports car cousin.

A possible alternative is the plug-in hybrid P400e model introduced in 2018, which has a 2.0-litre petrol engine and an electric motor combining to make 400hp, but could get you to work on battery power alone if the office is less than 30 miles from your house - and you make sure to charge the batteries before you leave home. It’s been joined more recently by a mild hybrid P400 version with a 3.0-litre petrol engine offering 400hp, but a much smaller amount of electric assistance.

The latest versions of the Range Rover from 2020 onwards come with a pair of six-cylinder mild hybrid diesels - which should offer efficiency improvements - and are dubbed D300 and D350 as a reflection of their horsepower figures.

Best Range Rover Vogue deals

With previous generation Range Rovers, Vogue was the highest trim level you could order. Nowadays, it’s the entry-level spec, but that’s probably fair enough considering the wealth of goodies included on even the lowest grade cars.

Post-2018 models get the upgraded 'Touch Pro' media system with a 10-inch screen which is definitely worth having over the earlier Range Rover touchscreen system, while the current standard Vogue specification includes 20-inch alloy wheels, Matrix LED headlamps - which work to light up the road ahead without dazzling oncoming drivers - Windsor leather 20-way power-adjustable seats, a fixed panoramic roof, a Meridian sound system, sat-nav and a reversing camera.

It’s an extensive kit list that’s really hard to pick holes in, but that doesn’t stop plenty of Range Rover drivers upping the ante with the even more lavish Vogue SE spec.

Nearly new Range Rover Vogue

BuyaCar prices Limited stock

Range Rover Vogue
Used Range Rover Vogue

BuyaCar prices from £42,950
Monthly finance from £642*

Best Range Rover Vogue SE deals

You can spot a Range Rover Vogue SE by its slightly larger 21-inch alloy wheels and front fog lamps, but the real differences are in the cabin where the SE gets perforated semi-aniline leather upholstery which not only looks and feels fancier, but also comes with electrically heated and cooled front seats and a suede-covered dashboard.

Configurable ambient interior lighting also makes an appearance to give this model a more upmarket feel, along with soft-close doors.

Nearly new Range Rover Vogue SE

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Range Rover Vogue SE
Used Range Rover Vogue SE

BuyaCar prices from £46,999
Monthly finance from £665*

Best Range Rover Autobiography deals (Including SVAutobiography and SVAutobiography Dynamic deals)

The range-topping Autobiography models take their owners to scarcely imaginable heights of luxury, and you can spot the latest versions thanks to their Pixel LED headlamps. You also get a significantly updated sound system, and a roster of driver aids such as active cruise control and lane-keeping assistance - these may be also be found fitted to used Vogue and Vogue SE trim cars, but they’ll have been paid for as optional extras.

The SVAutobiography is long-wheelbase only, and is the ultimate luxury package, so expect to find massaging front seats, twin rear executive seats, four-zone climate control and digital TV. The SVAutobiography Dynamic is a sporty-looking standard-wheelbase flagship version, with a unique front grille and side vents, and a diamond-quilted leather interior.

Range Rover Autobiography
Nearly new Range Rover Autobiography

BuyaCar prices from £85,999
Monthly finance from £1,181*

Range Rover Autobiography
Used Range Rover Autobiography

BuyaCar prices from £42,950
Monthly finance from £642*

*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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