speaking of pakistani market - sale value, nothing beats a toyota..
BUT me personally I have driven a LR Disco 300 TDi into areas where the toyota cant even think of going, and came back home safe in one piece.. Owning an LR vehicle is not like you ask your driver to run it, You drive it and also maintain it - do not try to be quirky with it and whenever you need a maintenance heavy job - be sure to use the proper tools - service sealants, greases etc. e.g. the manual tranny in a 300TDi disco uses ATF - putting GL4 in it will surely kill it in short order. (a few months)
A new RR is pretty much the same - do not try to have them jetwashed inside out everytime is gets a little dusty, and if you only use them for short journeys kiss the entire vehicle good bye. You need to stretch its legs.
About the failed brake MC, you will be amazed to know that if you are shipping an RR to a high humidity area or mixed humidity area you need to follow the maintenance plan provided for that place - not the one for UK, that calls for brake fluid replacement every 40K miles, The pakistan maintenance calls for 25K miles if its not changed it will eat away the nicasil polish in the MC and then leak and the fluid proceed to destroy the brake booster too.
anyways - the O/P - being a proper pakistani keep the toy.. and leave the rangies and other likings for gearheads like us