Land Rover Range Rover Overview
Owners of any ultraluxury sedan will feel right at home in the quiet, serene-riding Range Rover. The 340-hp supercharged V6 and excellent eight-speed automatic provide effortless motivation, and the air suspension swallows up bumps. Handling is responsive and secure but not sporty. Rover's electronic terrain-coping mechanisms and adjustable ride height give it standout off-road abilities. We averaged 17-mpg on premium fuel—not great but better than most rivals. Cabin furnishings and comfortable seats are first rate, but the touch-screen controls are complex, outdated, and slow to respond. The optional InControl Apps system lets screen mimic a smart-phone interface.
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