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Range Rover prices slashed in bid to boost home sales

LAND Rover has cut the price of all new Range Rovers by £3,000 in a bid to encourage customers to buy vehicles in the UK and not import them from Europe. The Ford-owned manufacturer claims UK-sold vehicles offer better standard warranty cover and higher equipment levels than those sold on the continent.

The revised price list now reads £36,995 for the entry-level 2.5 diesel engines County model, the 4.0 V8 HSE now costs £42,995 and the range-topping Vogue 4.6 V8 retails at £49,995.

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