Trade price specialists CAP have released further analysis for the first quarter of 2015 which shows a significant uplift in value for the Project Kahn Range Rover RS-650, 600-LE and RS-600 and the Range Rover Sport 400-LE when compared to the standard Range Rover models.


CAP Black Book is used as the industry benchmark for used car disposal values and provides comprehensive used car valuation data for the majority of cars on the market.


A. Kahn Design’s founder and Chief Designer, Afzal Kahn, commented “As our flagship models, the Project Kahn Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models represent the pinnacle of luxury, and we’re pleased to see that the high quality of materials and craftsmanship which goes into each vehicle we produce is recognised in the resale value for these exceptional vehicles.”


Last month CAP’s analysis showed higher residual values across the board for Project Kahn and Chelsea Truck Company vehicles, and the latest data for the Project Kahn Range Rovers follows this trend, with a significant uplift in value of over the comparable standard vehicle.


The following table shows the official figures for Kahn Group vehicles as compared to the CAP Black Book values, with the newer data in bold:


Range Rover 600-LE CAP Black Book plus 14%

Range Rover RS-600 CAP Black Book plus 14%

Range Rover RS-650 CAP Black Book plus 18%

Range Rover Sport 400-LE CAP Black Book plus 16.5%

Range Rover Evoque Ground Effect Edition CAP Black Book plus 9%

Range Rover Evoque RS Sport CAP Black Book plus 16%

Range Rover Evoque RS-250 CAP Black Book plus 22%

Jeep Wrangler CJ300 CAP Black Book plus 12.5%

Defender XS 90 Chelsea Wide Track CAP Black Book plus 18%

Defender XS 110 Chelsea Wide Track CAP Black Book plus 21%


To maintain as accurate a picture as possible, CAP update their analysis each quarter. Updated figures will be released for each vehicle shortly after the end of Quarter 2 2015.