The L322 I have had for the last 8 years has been far worse electrically than the P38 I had before it. I have never taken the L322 wading. The list of faults with both of these would fill a page, but the two Range Rovers before were both classics and were just fine.
FOD 14/15 July sounds like it will be a good one and I will set another couple of dates. If you know when you are this side of the water PM me and I will see if it fits in with my diary and give a call to arms!
And when ( or if) you get an L405 it'll be even worse, I think these could be the car that finally stops serial RR buyers just accepting the unreliability, not least because there are now some alternatives.
One client has vowed never to buy another JLR product after having more than 20 Range Rovers, he's now got a Bentayga and whatever you think of the challenging looks- doesn't breakdown. With Roll Royce, Lamborghini and even Ferrari coming into the market , Solihuls complacency just looks crazy .
And at the other end of the market I recently bought an ML and one of my brothers a Touraeg even though in both cases we wanted and had the budget for a nice* L322 and as a family brought up with Land Rovers- that hurts.
I'm sure both will cope with the extreme off-roading they're likely to see, just a couple of weeks ago part of Waitrose's car park wasn't cleared.