steering wheel cover was coming apart on land rover

Asked by Apr 04, 2016 at 07:31 PM about the 2008 Land Rover LR2 SE

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

we where test driving a land rover lr2 2008 today and noticed that the top part
of the steering wheel cover was coming apart on the tom i will do my best to
describe the exact location, it is the top left and right back top corners of the
steering wheel the wether and plastic was curling up i wanted to know if it was
cosmetic or if had been in a accident and they where covering it up.

3 Answers

105,485

The curling is caused by sunlight and heat, just poor materials like the rest of the rig, another one on the do not buy used list, maintenance and cost of repairs are horrible on Land Rovers.

500

Lr2? Your going to have bigger problems than a steering wheel. And AAA gold membership.

55,415

Don't buy it! They are a big black hole for cash to disappear in.

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