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  • Launched in 2013
  • SUV
  • Petrol, Diesel, PHEV
  • Launch year
    2013
  • Body type
    SUV
  • Fuel type
    Petrol, Diesel, PHEV

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The yardstick of luxury SUVs

Best bits

  • Absolutely brilliant off-road, and really comfy on it
  • High-quality interior and lots of kit
  • Masses of space for people and luggage

Not so great

  • Infotainment system could be a bit slicker
  • Doesn’t handle as sharply as rivals
  • Iffy reliability record down the years

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Overall verdict

"Huge luxury SUVs are everywhere these days, but this is a trick that the Range Rover has been pulling for decades."

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There’s some debate over whether Land Rover’s flagship was the very first luxury 4x4, and that’s not a debate we’re going to wade into right now, but what’s certain is that the Range Rover is very much the yardstick by which all other cars of this type are measured.


The latest version follows the same recipe written by its predecessors: have the off-roading ability needed to tow a horsebox off a muddy polo field by day, and by night (after a hose-down, naturally), have the luxury, sophistication and image to let you ‘arrive’ at your favourite Kensington Brasserie.


What’s more, the latest car does all that better than ever before. Land Rover’s flagship has every ounce of the firm’s considerable off-roading know-how thrown into it, so when you’re deep in the countryside, it’ll do things and take you places you might not think possible in a car. Put it on a road, meanwhile, and it’ll waft you gently along with all the comfort and refinement of a luxury limousine. Granted, it’s not the sharpest-handling car of its type, but who cares when it’s this imperious?


The interior is also the definition of what a luxury car should be. It’s incredibly well made from wonderfully classy materials, and it comes stuffed with all the creature comforts you could possibly think of. There’s bags of space for its well-heeled occupant to spread themselves out, and there’s room in the enormous boot for any number of Burberry bags.


These days, the Range Rover has even gone eco-friendly. Well, kind of. The car is around half a tonne lighter than its predecessor, meaning much better fuel economy across the board (although still not brilliant), and now, there’s even a plug-in hybrid version that’s capable of doing around 25 miles on electric propulsion alone. Diesel engines still represent the mainstays of the range, though, the entry-level V6 being our favourite. There's even a supercharged 5.0-litre petrol V8 with 565PS. Yikes.


Yes, whichever version of the Range Rover you pick, it’s expensive, both to buy and to run. But when a car has such an enormous breadth of abilities and genuinely does something no other car can do, don’t you think it’s worth it?

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2.0 P400e Autobiography 4dr Auto

  • 2021
  • 2,500 miles
  • Lookers Land Rover Chelmsford
  • Essex, CM25PX
Price:£106,999
PCP: £1,530.99/mo

Representative example: Contract Length: 36 months, 35 Monthly Payments: £1,530.99, Customer Deposit: £16,049.00, Total Deposit: £16,049.85, Optional Final Payment: £51,786.00, Total Charge For Credit: £14,421.50, Total Amount Payable: £121,420.50, Representative APR: 6.9%, Interest Rate (Fixed): 6.69%, Excess Mileage Charge: 16.8ppm, Mileage Per Annum: 10,000

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3.0 SDV6 Westminster 4dr Auto

  • 2020
  • 11,432 miles
  • Vertu Motors Land Rover Guiseley
  • Yorkshire, LS208NJ
Price:£75,444
PCP: £1,163.05/mo

Representative example: Contract Length: 36 months, 35 Monthly Payments: £1,163.05, Customer Deposit: £11,316.00, Total Deposit: £11,316.60, Optional Final Payment: £38,074.00, Total Charge For Credit: £14,653.35, Total Amount Payable: £90,097.35, Representative APR: 9.9%, Interest Rate (Fixed): 9.48%, Excess Mileage Charge: 16.8ppm, Mileage Per Annum: 10,000

Is the Range Rover right for you?

If your posh outdoorsy lifestyle isn’t just for show, and you genuinely need a car that’ll tow a horsebox off the gymkana field and to your stables, or your speedboat to your favourite luxury holiday resort, then the Range Rover is the only choice for you. There are plenty of other luxury SUVs out there, but none of them perform such tasks anywhere near as well (if at all) as the Range Rover.


And fear not: despite this impressive go-anywhere ability, the Range Rover also has the luxury part more than covered, with a sumptuously finished interior, huge passenger and luggage space, and lashings of luxury equipment. Yes, you’ll pay handsomely for it, but you’ll never feel short-changed.

What's the best Range Rover model/engine to choose?

If your commute or most of your journeys are short ones, you might want to consider the P400e plug-in hybrid version. It’s not too much more expensive to buy than the entry-level version, yet it has the ability to travel up to 25 miles on electric power alone, which could save you plenty of cash on fuel. There are some pretty tempting tax breaks, too, especially for company car drivers.


However, the engine we think will suit most folk is the entry-level diesel, the SDV6. It’s powerful enough to pull the car along with purpose, and it’s smooth, quiet and muscular, so it really suits the car. It’ll also provide you with the best balance of performance, economy and cost.


On the trim front, there isn’t much you’d want in a luxury car that the entry-level Vogue trim doesn’t give you. However, the step up to Vogue SE trim does earn you quite a bit of extra safety kit on top of a few more niceties, which is well worth having.

What other cars are similar to the Range Rover?

Bit of a tricky one, this. There are dozens of luxury SUVs from a handful of manufacturers to choose from, some bigger, some smaller, some with five seats, some with seven. So which of them compete directly with the Range Rover? 


Well, we’d say that being a rival for the Range Rover isn’t about size or the number of seats, it’s about being the flagship of your maker’s stable, the very pinnacle of what’s offered. Take Audi for example. We reckon both the seven-seat Audi Q7 and five-seat Audi Q8 qualify as rivals, and to an extent, so too does the A8 limousine. There’s also the BMW X7, the Mercedes GLS and the Porsche Cayenne, to name but a few.

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