Land Rover used to recommend every 3000 miles, but there have been many advances in engines and in oil quality. Now, Jaguar and Land Rover say every 7500 to 10000 miles is good.
150,000-200,000 miles is a good estimate of the life of the Range Rover. That is assuming that you care for the vehicle well, and have a regular maintenance schedule.
Land Rovers have consistently experienced problems with oil leaks, parking brakes fails, electrical issues, steering shaft issues, and airbag malfunction. These problems typically begin to occur after the 80000 mile mark.
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