price is 7k can take trades
2000 Model Year Statistics
4.6 HSE with Bosch fuel injection engine management (the same engine management as the BMW 7 Series). The 4.6 got dual exhaust and was 10% faster to 60mph and got 1mpg better mileage. The transmission dipstick was eliminated from all Range Rovers.
Chassis and Suspension:
Traction control now on all four wheels, not just the rear wheels as it has been since 1993. Due to the addition of traction control the front axle got the stronger 4-pin carrier diff that was only in the rear diff of 1995 to 1998 Range Rovers. The 4.6 HSE got the 18-inch 10 spoke “Hurricane” Wheels standard replacing the “Mondial” wheels that had been standard on all U.S. Spec. 4.6 HSEs since the model was introduced in 1996.
Body-color front spoiler and mirrors on the HSEs (exterior mirrors were now auto dimming). Front and rear turn signals and side marker lamps were changed to smoke-gray plastic on all the HSE models. New headlamps and fog lamps were introduced. The new lights had darker shading to accentuate the "round" headlight effect created by the internal reflectors.
The cup holders inside the cubby box lid were redesigned so they would actually hold a cup while the vehicle was moving. The instrument graphics were slightly redesigned. The stereo was now made by Alpine. Interior colors: Ash Black Leather, Granite Gray Leather, Lightstone Leather, Walnut Leather
As well as the integrated hands free phone (that mounted to the right of the radio) with roof mounted antenna, a factory in-dash navigation system called J.A.M.E.S was available for $2,995 (this was introduced in small numbers of late production 1998 models).
2000 Model Year Range Rover Special Editions:
4.6 HSK: Suggested Retail Price $67,652 (Kelley Blue Book) They came with the Navigation system standard. They had wood around the window switches and HVAC and had yellow turn signals like the County and also like the County sticker on the tailgate of the HSK and Vitesse sticker was not raised like the Range Rover and 4.6 stickers. It had a Wood Kit and Phone kit. Some may have been sold new with the ”Proline” five-spoke 18-inch alloy wheels (vs. the Hurricane wheels).
Now to this specific truck, it has the front brushguard, rear light guards, factory roof rails and rack, all 3 very hard to find.
4 new tires
runs and drives great. I just took it on a 1000 mile trip pulling my pop up camper and she cruised along at 70mph no problem. Navigation is a huge plus and functions quite well. Outside has a few dings here and there, no paint work I can tell. Has a really clean interior with just a few blemishes the past 12 years. HVAC works, lights are sometimes dim or out, you can get one from Will, Marty, Joel, Randy or Paul easy driveway swap if it bothers you. Has had the coil spring conversion so no more messy air bags to mess with. Does have the light come on the dash stating air bag fault at start up then disappears. No warning lights showing. This would make a really nice ride for someone wanting a sure footed Range Rover that looks very elegant. It's a P38 they were almost perfect but flawed with the obvious. It's 12 and has 100k on it, that means not new.
okay put some miles on her over the winter, new tires, would like to see her go kinda bored with it. Right now I keep my SUP on top so I don't have to put it in the garage. Would be open to trades, either a series or an older convertible something. price is negotiable.