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The transponder key was put into heavy use around 1995 and virtually every car has one now. It is easy to identify a transponder key as the base portion (grip) is larger and will look to be a separate piece from the actual metal portion where as a key with out a chip has the grip portion molded to the base of the key. It is also covered in the owners manual of most every car equipped with transponder. It would be hard to give you a list of cars that do and do not have these chips because there is far to many. The Land Rover you have listed in your info does have a transponder (chipped) key.