Q: About to purchase a Range Rover 2010 TDV6 auto 4x4 MY10 with 74405kms. What costs am I looking at in the near future?

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What do I need to ask the sales person regarding this vehicle. Any high costs maintenance wise coming up with this mileage? Thanks heaps for great advice
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hey there. The service costs on a vehicle like this can vary widely depending on the shop doing the work, especially on a vehicle like a Range Rover. As with any vehicle approaching 100,000kms, there will definitely be substantial maintenance costs that will come up. I would suggest having a pre-purchase inspection done by a qualified mechanic to note any potential issues that you may not otherwise be aware of or that may be overlooked by a salesman.

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