2013 Range Rover Base Trim Already Sold Out
General Auto News
|February 14, 2013 4:04 PM
Land Rover is starting out 2013 with impressive sales, and the vehicles aren't even built yet. AutoBlog reports the new 2013 Range Rover has already been sold out for at least six months to a year across the globe.
Why is the Range Rover so popular?
This popular British SUV has been a top performer for many years, so this news may not come as too big a surprise, especially given that the newest model received a number of innovative upgrades. It is lighter and more fuel-efficient, which contributes to a better overall driving experience than could be found inÂ previous models, according to LeftLane News.
High demand will boost Land Rover's sales
Due to the backorder of the base level trim of the Range Rover, Land Rover is actually only going to offer the higher HSE trim in North America. The automaker believes that even though there is a wait list, annual sales will top the 44,664-unit total from 2012, New York Daily News reports.
Used car shoppers should expect higher prices
Drivers who are planning to purchase used Range Rovers in the future should keep in mind the re-sale price of these models is likely to be higher than it would be for other model years. Not only isÂ the vehicle already highly sought after, but the higher trim level comes with more features and perks that boost the overall value.
Those looking to get behind the wheel of a luxurious used car or SUV soon can head to New Jersey State Auto Auction. The dealer carries a wide selection of makes and models, and every vehicle on the lot is CARFAX certified, so car shoppers will know they're driving away in a reliable ride.
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