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1992 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER HUNTER ... 182,022 Original Miles
Vin : SALHV1242NA610227
Engine : 8 Cyl, 3.9L
Transmission : Auto
Exterior : Red
Interior : Tan
Body Style : SUV
History Lesson: 1991 Year Range Rover Hunter Edition.The Hunter was introduced as a lower cost model for those who appreciated the Range Rovers off road ability but did not want to pay the rapidly escalating price of the fully equipped U.S. models. Despite having the same name (and tailgate sticker) the 1991 Hunter was different from the 1989 Hunter sold in the U.S. The 405 Hunter models sold in 1991 had LESS equipment than the standard 1991 models, while the 120 Hunter models sold in 1989 had MORE equipment that the standard 1989 model, but not as much as the top of the line County (see 1989 section for more information). The 1991 Hunter did not have ABS anti lock brakes or sway bars like all the other 1991 models but it still had the vented front rotors introduced in 1990. Due to the lack of the sway bars, ABS brakes, power seats (and on most Hunters) a sunroof, they weighed over 100 lbs less than other 1991 Range Rovers. The exterior of the Hunter was finished in one of four solid colors (Alpine White, Eastnor Green, Arran Beige, and Portofino Red) metallic and metallic paints were not available on the Hunter. The Hunter did not have the plastic front air dam with fog lights, but had the small plastic air deflector from the European Base and Diesel models, or a sunroof (the sunroof was available as a $1,500 option). Inside the Hunter had Brogue Brown cloth seats without power adjustment (the 1991 Hunter is the only Range Rover ever imported to the U.S. by RRNA/LRNA without power seats). All came with a dog guard between the back seat and the load area. The Hunter did not have a hard loadspace cover like all other NAS Range Rovers, but had a less expensive luggage net. The shelf over the jack area was different from other Range Rovers and would have to be replaced if the owner wanted to add a hard loadspace cover. The wheels were painted light silver (the same color as the outer rim on other Range Rovers), to save money the Hunter did not have the second coat of darker silver or body color on the wheel centers, and they came with Goodyear Wrangler tires that were less expensive than the Michelin XMS tires on other Range Rovers. The Hunter had a has a sticker on the tailgate of a person riding English style on a horse jumping over the letter H in Hunter. The word Hunter was in the same script as the word County on the back of the 1989-1992 County models. The 1991 Hunter model has the same sticker on the tailgate as the 1989 model. A total of 525 Hunters were sold (120 in 1989 and 405 in 1991) The stripped down Hunter was not popular with the typical Range Rover buyer (see average income below) and many 1991 Hunters were upgraded at the by the U.S. dealers (or by their owners) with items such as front spoilers, sway bars and power seats. RRNA used many of the hard to sell vehicles as company cars and later sold them on dealer used car lots.
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