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Land Rover Range Rover
Land Rover Range Rover
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Base MSRP price range:
$83,300 - $184,105
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Car Type: Luxury sport-utility vehicles
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Land Rover Range Rover Overview

Anyone accustomed to driving an ultra-luxury sedan will feel right at home in the quiet, serene-riding Range Rover. Key changes included weight-saving aluminum unibody construction, a switch to a supercharged V6 instead of a V8 as the standard engine, and the latest iteration of Rover's electronic terrain-coping mechanisms. The 340-hp supercharged V6 and excellent eight-speed automatic provide effortless motivation but this car focuses more on quiet capability than dexterity. Handling is responsive and secure but not sporty. We averaged 17 mpg on premium fuel--not great but better than most rivals. First-rate cabin furnishings and comfortable seats are pluses, but some of the touch-screen controls are complex, out-dated, and slow-responding.

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