Tim Lincecum's Luxury Full Size Range Rover HSE
This Range Rover was originally owned by SF Giant's Tim Lincecum (now with LA Angels)
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If you can afford the price of admission, the 2006 Range Rover is one luxury SUV that won't disappoint. When you consider how mediocre Land Rover products were during the 1990s, the fact that throngs of people continued to covet them speaks volumes about the power of the company's image. A 2003 redesign of the flagship Range Rover (only the third such makeover in the nameplate's three decades) marked a turning point, however, and the move upward continued with the 2005 debut of the midline LR3. The current-generation Range Rover is vastly superior to previous models and still carries on the proud off-road tradition of its predecessors.
This HSE is decked out with a deep list of features that includes 23-inch jet black wheels, high-intensity discharge headlights, three-zone automatic climate control, upgraded leather upholstery, wood trim, a leather-wrapped heated steering wheel, a 16-way power-adjustable contour driver seat, a 10-way power front-passenger seat, adaptive headlights, a iPhone connectivity and a rearview parking camera. The standard DVD-based navigation system uses a VGA display with touchscreen capability. The included Luxury Interior Package offers amenities such as 16-way power contour seats with upgraded leather, heated front and rear seats, a heated steering wheel and adaptive headlights.
Built for the bush but bought for bragging rights, Range Rovers are more likely to be found in Beverly Hills than Botswana. Acknowledging that reality, the current Range Rover employs a unibody design and has a self-adjusting air suspension that monitors vehicle loads and road conditions. When driven on pavement, the Range Rover feels stable and comfortable. In terms of boulder-bashing, it still has few equals, thanks to its generous ground clearance and wheel articulation.
2006 Land Rover Range Rover HSE
6 Speed CommandShift Automatic Transmission
4.4L with 305 horsepower and 325 lb-ft torque
Additional Highlights Include:
New 22" Black Rims and Tires (August 2016)
Heated Seats (Front and Rear)
Heated Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls
iPhone 6 (lightning cable) integration
Dual Zone Climate Control
Six-Disc CD/DVD Changer
bi xenon projector
harman/kardon LOGIC7 Sound System
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Car condition update. 2/15/2017. Car recently went through $6k in repairs and looks almost new. Interior has also been updated, however still some paint chipping on driver side hand door (all 2006-2010 had this issue). 2.) Check coolant light sensor came on again, but coolant level is fine. 3. Rear fog light sensor comes on, but no issues 4. Updated dual 2amp charger for iphone/hdmi input to keep your iPhone charged.
Rent today from a seasoned Turo car owner (with 900+ satisfied renters). Free SFO pickup via Turo’s Valet Lot if renting for 2 days or more (free Lyft/Uber curbside pickup from SFO). SFO gate curbside delivery is $40 extra. Please pay your tolls via cash, or if you prefer the Fastrak lane, our license plate is registered and tolls can be charged at the end of the trip with a minimal $3.25 service fee. Golden Gate Bridge does not have a toll booth, so crossing it will cost $7.75+$3.25 fee (or you can pay online within 48 hours at bayareafastrak.org). No vaping, smoking or pets - a cleaning fee of $200 will be charged. Please return the car clean in the condition it was rented, or we can wash it for $25. We will deliver the car with a full tank of gas, so please fill up with Premium 91 unleaded gas before returning. Include receipts. Need more miles? Message me your needs. Thanks! -Jeff