$6000 Repair Bills Are The Scary Side Of Range Rover Ownership

Doug DeMuro has talked about some of the scary, warranty-covered repair bills he's had on his L322-generation Range Rover before, but this latest one is particularly hefty...

Remind me later

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen DeMuro chronicling the massive - yet thankfully warranty-covered - repair bills he’s had on his 2006 Range Rover. However, the total amount Car Max has had to pay out on the warranty it sold with the Range Rover has just shot up considerably, thanks to the replacement of the front suspension control arms and the transfer case.

The cost for just that repair? $5937.47, bringing the total to a monstrous $15,659.51. On a car which is worth around $9000. Ouch.

It doesn’t look like it’ll end there either, with the temperamental Range breaking again by the end of the video…