Range Rover owners looking to maximise the long term residuals of their luxury SUVs may wish to consider taking a look through the latest Overfinch brochure.
According to used car price experts, CAP, an Overfinch Range Rover is likely to retain 30% more value than a standard model. This figure – which is based on the all-new Range Rover – represents a 7% increase over the previous generation model.
Overfinch, which is dedicated solely to the Land Rover marque, has been offering Range Rover enhancements for nearly four decades.
Its catalogue includes external body styling upgrades, exhaust systems, alloy wheels and an array of interior features, including leather seats. Overfinch chairman, Kevin Sloane, was naturally enthused by the news, saying:
“Our strategic decision to increase the luxury and exclusivity of Overfinch Range Rovers has been justified. Our niche clientele demands this level of attention to detail and CAP’s report demonstrates why choosing an Overfinch is such a good investment.”
It’s a view backed by Tim Bearder, editor of the CAP Black Book of used car values, who said:
“We have been tracking the used vehicle market for over two years in relation to Overfinch models. Converted vehicles with Overfinch enhancements are then compared against the residual value of the equivalent standard Land Rover model.”
Overfinch models are popular across the world, with the UK, China, the United Arab Emirates, Russia and Japan amongst the key markets. Buyers in China and the Middle East are particularly keen on high-end, luxury British vehicles.