Just traded in my 2012 which I've owned for over 3 years. Over the course of ownership it trekked through Death Valley and up the side of numerous local (steep) mountains and never let me down. I also had a slew of vip clients in the car all of whom remarked favorably about its look. To the day I traded it in, it never had a single issue other than routine maintenance. I paid $46,000 when new, and traded it to a dealer for $33,000 more than 3 years later. So much for range rovers not holding their value. Decided to stay with the Land Rover line and picked up a new 5.0 sport.