How much is an oil change for a Range Rover?

As an experienced Range Rover Sport owner, I often am asked how much is an oil change for a Ranger Rover by people interested in joining the Range Rover club!

I can attest that regular maintenance is essential to keep your Range Rover running smoothly and is one of the major reasons for keeping the longevity of your engine and performance at peak condition. One of the most important maintenance tasks is the oil change.

But, as a Range Rover owner, the cost of an oil change can be a bit daunting, but unfortunately, Range Rover oil is expensive for a reason – synthetic oil is a much thicker and more robust oil than standard oil used in other cars.

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How much is an oil change for a Range Rover?

The cost of an oil change for a Range Rover can vary greatly depending on where you go for the service. At a dealership, you can expect to pay around £250/$300 to £300/$350 for an oil change. However, the cost can be significantly lower if you go to an independent mechanic. It’s also important to note that the cost can vary depending on the specific model and engine type of your Range Rover.

I can hear you already; why are Range Rover oil changes so expensive? Keep reading on!

Why is a Range Rover oil change worth paying for?

A Land Rover oil change is worth paying for because it uses only high-quality Castrol® Edge Professional Motor Oil and genuine OEM oil filters, as recommended by Land Rover. These products ensure optimal performance of the vehicle.

How can you save money paying for a Range Rover oil change?

Over the years, I’ve found a few ways to save money on oil changes for my Range Rovers. One way is to take advantage of specials or promotions offered by dealerships or independent mechanics. Many places offer discounted oil changes or bundled services, so it’s always worth checking for deals before scheduling an appointment.

Another way to save money on an oil change is to do it yourself. While it may seem daunting, changing the oil in a Range Rover is not as difficult as it may seem. With the proper tools and knowledge, you can save hundreds of dollars by doing the oil change yourself. It’s important to consult the owner’s manual for specific instructions and ensure you have the right oil and filter for your Range Rovers model!

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How often should you change your Range Rovers oil?

Land Rover recommends oil changes for their vehicles every 5,000 to 7,500 miles, as this interval has been determined through rigorous testing to ensure the vehicle’s best performance. Even with heavy use, such as off-roading or towing, regular oil changes will ensure the vehicle’s longevity.

How often should you check your Ranger Rovers oil level?

It is important to regularly check the oil level of your Range Rover, at least once a month, even if oil changes are being done on schedule. Most modern Range Rover vehicles have electronic oil monitoring systems that make it easy to check the oil level. Any models pre-2012 have the standard dipstick.


You now know how much an oil change for a Ranger Rover is and how the cost of an oil change for a Range Rover can vary depending on where you go for the service and the type of oil used. By taking advantage of specials or promotions and doing it yourself, you can save money on your oil change and keep your Range Rover running smoothly. Always use the recommended oil and filter by the manufacturer and consult the owner’s manual for specific instructions.

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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