TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP

HIGH PERFORMANCE, LOW RUNNING COSTS

We understand the importance of TCO when it comes to choosing vehicles for your company’s fleet. That’s why, from insurance and servicing costs to depreciation values, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, Total Cost of Ownership is considered when developing every one of our vehicles. For instance, our Discovery Sport and Evoque E-Capability models deliver enviable fuel efficiency and low CO2 emissions, with figures from 4.7l/100km and 123 g/km CO2 for Discovery Sport, and 4.2l/100km and 109g/km CO2 for Evoque. Proof that Land Rover now represents a great opportunity for you, your colleagues and your business.

Service, Maintenance and Repair

The second largest expense associated with running a fleet, after depreciation, is Service, Maintenance and Repair (SMR) costs*. With each new generation of vehicle, Land Rover looks to reduce servicing and repair requirements through the use of new technologies and synthetic lubricants. Our vehicles are also designed for longer service intervals and ease of maintenance, which further reduce running costs. *Source: Eurotax
*Source: Eurotax

Land Rover Genuine Parts: designed specifically for Land Rover

Our Genuine Parts come with many benefits that will ultimately help extend the lifecycle of your fleet vehicles. Designed, tested and manufactured to the most exacting of standards, they are of superior quality and durability.

Residual Values (RVs)

To maintain and improve our strong RVs, we work with key international influencers to ensure their specification is appropriate to market expectations. Added to which, we listen to customers to develop products that are more competitive for Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and RVs, whilst improving functionality, design, performance and efficiency.


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Fuel consumption figures reflect laboratory testing in accordance with the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC). These figures are provided for comparison amongst vehicles only. Actual fuel consumption will generally differ under real world driving conditions, and will vary depending on individual factors such as (but not limited to) driving styles and vehicle, road, traffic and weather conditions.