How do some people afford a Range Rover?

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When I drive past a Range Rover, particular the Evoque and Velar it’s usually a young, attractive woman about early 20’s. I wonder how they afford such an expensive car and high cost of insurance at that age? Did their wealthy parents help them to buy it? I drive a merc 2015 A class which the insurance is cheap and it’s quite affordable to run if you on minimum wage.
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Shagging a footballer.
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Finance- don’t actually own it 😂
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Finance- don’t actually own it 😂
Still about £800 a month or more on finance.

But yeah, Footballers WAG, Rich daddy's or genuinely successful. One of those 3.
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Maybe they work harder/earn more than the OP?, won't do you any good to be jealous of them or compare yourself to them, all number of ways they could have got it.
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Besides working hard, probably a company car. Failing that it might of been a pool car, I drove a Range Rover at work but they weren’t mine.
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Using some sort of currency, usually.
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I drove a Range Rover at work
Any vacancies? Don't happen to need an IT manager do you? :laugh:
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well, it helps to have a rich daddy or older husband who treats you...

young female professionals who are in a position to afford a RR probably aren't going to be in a job that will leave them with the need/time/energy to drive around
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Daddys money
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(Original post by DillyDilly0121)
When I drive past a Range Rover, particular the Evoque and Velar it’s usually a young, attractive woman about early 20’s. I wonder how they afford such an expensive car and high cost of insurance at that age? Did their wealthy parents help them to buy it? I drive a merc 2015 A class which the insurance is cheap and it’s quite affordable to run if you on minimum wage.
Did you buy your Mercedes and pay for all the other associated costs of running a car (fuel, tax, insurance, parking) from your minimum wage job?
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Any vacancies? Don't happen to need an IT manager do you? :laugh:
Don’t work there anymore :laugh: I’ve been told my new company uses Audi’s :laugh: oh wow IT manager is a nice job.
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I have seen it to. It could be on finance, or they have a sugar daddy, gold digger, spoilt brat which rich daddy brought it for her. The other thing could be that they have a good paying job but I would suspect that it is on finance to be honest as depending on where they get the vehicle from finance can be cheaper if not brought from a Land Rover dealer or took out a loan which could have cheaper rates and payments that finance deals offer.
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They nicked it.
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Most often than not, their dad's rich, it's their mom's car, it's their dad's car, it's her uncles car or maybe she's just with a very successful man.

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Most likely they work full time as an oral hygienist
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No-one's mentioned another strong possibility - it's the children's nanny.
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(Original post by DillyDilly0121)
When I drive past a Range Rover, particular the Evoque and Velar it’s usually a young, attractive woman about early 20’s. I wonder how they afford such an expensive car and high cost of insurance at that age? Did their wealthy parents help them to buy it? I drive a merc 2015 A class which the insurance is cheap and it’s quite affordable to run if you on minimum wage.
Most of the Range Rover's I've seen have been driven by middle aged people. They're good cars.

If you see any young women driving one, it's entirely their business as to how they got to drive it. Chances are, there's as many different stories as to how they got to drive one as there are young women driving them. IE generalisations probably don't apply.

A 2015 Mercedes A class would be an extravagent purchase for me. It's all relative. Carry on enjoying yours.

I've been driving round in a 2003 Volvo S60 D5 which I've been very happy with.
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When you see the way they treat their cars... Probs finance.

See man driving a finance whip, think she's hard but ain't got ****.
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