2000 Discovery 2 - £3500 ono
Sensibleness itself, this one. High trim level meets big, seven-seater practicality with the strength and longevity of a Td5 manual powertrain. MoT lasts until September, and the mileage of 149,000 isn’t too s tratospheric. Looks in decent condition from the photos.
1997 Range Rover P38 - £5000 ovno
Five grand’s not cheap for a P38, especially one with 200,000 miles on it. But this one’s full service history and recent ‘renovations and upgrades’ by a Range Rover specialist mean it shouldn’t be overlooked too quickly. 4.6-litre V8, privacy glass and a rather dapper paint job… lurvly.
1970 Series IIA 109 sation wagon - £2222
Bit of a hodge-podge this one. Registered as a 1970 Series IIA but sporting a Series III bulkhead and a 2.5 N/A diesel that reportedly gives 32mpg. Recently Waxoyled (no bad thing) with functional upgrades including rock sliders and Defender seats. No oil painting, but get over it – it’s a Land Rover!
1996 Defender 110 300Tdi - £3750
Mega stowage and practicality from this ex-utility hardtop, thanks to side lockers on both sides, plus a full-length galvanized roof rack. Ready for the rough stuff too, with a winch, rock sliders and Insa Turbo tyres. Recent work done, but the words ‘no warranty’ in the listing could mean approach with caution. Caveat emptor and all that. Very green.
2005 Freelander Td4 - £5000
Squeezing your £5 budget for every last penny could get you this manual Td4 Sport model with 98,000 miles on the clock and only one former owner. Leather interior with heated seats, 18in alloys, and late-spec goodies such as curtain airbags and CD player make this quite a desirable little Freely.