Funniest jokes about Range Rovers from mechanics

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As a seasoned mechanic and Range Rover owner, I can tell you first-hand that there’s never a dull moment when it comes to working on these British beauties.

I’ve owned multiple Range Rover models over the years and I’ve seen it all – from failed suspensions to persistent electrical issues.

But hey, that’s part of the charm, right?

In this article, I’ll share some of the funniest Range Rover jokes I’ve heard from fellow mechanics (and some of my own).

So sit back, relax, and let’s have a good laugh at the expense of British engineering.

What do you call a Range Rover with 100,000 miles on it?

“A miracle.”

Let’s face it, Range Rovers aren’t exactly known for their longevity.

They may look beautiful and drive like a dream, but the reality is that they can be a bit of a headache when it comes to maintenance and repairs.

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But hey, if your Range Rover makes it to 100,000 miles without any major issues, consider yourself lucky.

Why did the Range Rover owner cross the road?

“To get to the repair shop.”

It’s no secret that Range Rovers require more maintenance than your average car.

If you’re a proud Range Rover owner, you know the drill – regular trips to the repair shop are just part of the package.

Why do Range Rover owners always carry a tow rope?

“In case another Range Rover breaks down.”

This joke may hit a little close to home for some, but the truth is that Range Rovers have a bit of a reputation for breaking down.

So if you’re a Range Rover owner, it’s always a good idea to be prepared for the worst.

What’s the difference between a Range Rover and a golf ball?

“A golf ball can make it past 18 holes.”

Ouch. This joke may be a bit harsh, but it’s not too far from the truth.

Range Rovers are notorious for their reliability issues, and many owners have experienced frustrating breakdowns that seem to come out of nowhere.

Why did the Range Rover owner buy a bike?

To have a reliable mode of transportation.

Okay, this one may be a bit extreme, but it’s not uncommon for Range Rover owners to invest in a second (more reliable) vehicle just in case their beloved SUV decides to take an unexpected break.


Last updated and verified on 4th September 2023

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Gareth Boyd
Gareth Boyd

An avid Land Rover fan, and lover of all models, specifically Range Rover Sports. Having owned over 5 Ranger Rover models, he has encountered every error code and problem you could imagine!

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