Q: 127,000km 2007 LR3 V6 SE service cost,

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What has to be done at 127,000km for service of 2007 LR3 V6 SE and the cost

My car has 78000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. You can look up your scheduled maintenance requirements for your Land Rover on our service portal by clicking this link. Once you find the required service, you can request a quote for this service.

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