Owners of any ultra-luxury sedan will feel right at home in the Range Rover. The supercharged V6 and excellent eight-speed automatic provide effortless motivation, and the air suspension nonchalantly swallows up bumps. Handling is responsive and secure but not sporty, with noticeable body lean when hustling this big SUV through corners. We averaged 17 mpg overall, which isn't great but is better than most rivals. Terrain-coping mechanisms and adjustable ride height give it standout off-road abilities. Cabin furnishings are exquisite and the supportive seats are first-rate, but the slow touch screen is complex. The optional InControl Apps system lets the screen mimic a smartphone interface. The turbodiesel V6 pulls strongly and gets better fuel economy, but has noticeable engine noise.