Nah, I am giving you a bit of a hard time, in that Land Rovers, not particularly known for reliability, will probably only get worse not having been used for a l-o-n-g time, but enough of kickin' a guy when he's down... Basically a car needs regular use to work well, the various fluids do their job of lubricating and holding stuff in suspension while circulating. Long periods of no use mean no lubrication, and the settling of byproducts and contaminants, plus a chance for corrosion to set in. Rubber hoses and seals can dry out, too. The engine oil and filter have been mentioned before, as has the coolant. With the Land Rover, the differential(s) may need a lubricant change as well, I really don't know how these things hold up after long periods of being laid up. It'd probably be best to drain whatever gas is in the tank and replace it with fresh stuff, but that's not all that practical, so the next best thing would be to add a can of dry gas, run out the current tank, then fill with fresh gas plus a bottle of injector cleaner. If the battery has worn down, which it probably has, be careful in charging it up again, as an improper way may mess up the rest of the electronics. It'd be a good idea to get in touch with a dealer's service department to see what they have to say regarding any particulars. Again, the owner's manual should have a section on long term storage.