How much is a used 2010 Range Rover?
I really love the size of the Range Rover and I’m considering getting a used one—specifically the 2010 model. What’s the lowest price I can expect to pay so I can bargain with the dealership?
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Depending on the trim you pick and the availability, the lowest price for a used 2010 Range Rover is between $10,950 and $12,449.
The actual price will be dependent on the vehicle’s specifications, including (but not limited to):
- Model year: More recent model years will often cost more.
- Trim: Higher trims come with more features and would increase the value of the vehicle.
- Mileage: The price of a vehicle is usually inversely proportional to the mileage—the higher the mileage, the lower the cost.
- Engine power: More powerful engines are often more desirable and will increase the price of the vehicle.
- Optional packages: Optional packages outfit the vehicle with more features and thus increase its value.
- Color: More popular colors (usually the neutral colors) are often more expensive, and less desirable colors will be sold at a discount.
Before you approach the seller, we suggest that you determine what specifications you want for your car and filter the results on sites like Edmund and Autotrader. This will give you a good idea of the range of prices to expect and help you set your price goal.
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