Want proof that most cars really do take a big hit in depreciation when they roll of the lot? Look no further than this practically brand new 2011 Range Rover Sport customized by British tuner and coachbuilder Project Kahn.
The Range Rover has less than 2,200 miles on the odometer. The original Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price was $108,000 following the custom touches performed by Project Kahn. The exterior received Santorini Black grilles, 22" Kahn wheels (blacked out with red-rims), a widening body kit and color-matched trim pieces (door handles, spoiler, and lettering).
Interior touches include an Ebony and Pimento color scheme with Ivory diamond stitching, race-inspired pedals and color-matched gauges.
The current asking price is set at $79,995, which is $28,005 less than the original MSRP. By all accounts, it's a bargain especially for anyone in the market for a unique, one-of-a-kind Range Rover Sport. Contact the Dimmitt Automotive Group in Pinellas Park, Florida for more information.
Source: duPont REGISTRY
By Erick Ayapana