The Range Rover is so popular that people tend to be superficial when talking about it - "it's a Range Rover, of course it's comfortable and good off-road". However, this is like saying "it's a song coming from The Beatles, you know it's nice. On top of all that, the vehicle's imposing styling cues has convinced many footballers and husbands of soccer moms to buy the car.
Thus, the Range Rover never actually gets to be analyzed, it-s taken for granted in a way that makes many of its assets, and drawbacks, become invisible.
We invited the vehicle to take a seat in our Test Drive section in order to look past the massive design, the LEDs, the 20-inch rims and the frightening ride height.
You are looking at the second important facelift for the third generation of the car, which was brought to life in 2002. Since then, the SUV segment has been one of the most effervescent in the industry, so has the car managed to keep up?
An all-new generation of the car is set to be launched this year and yet sales figures for the outgoing one are looking good. How is this possible?
You'll find the answer to these questions, and much more, hidden between a mix of sand dunes and posh locations offered by the following chapters.
Before we push the engine start button, we have to tell you that it's electrical connections brings a new 4.4-liter V8 diesel to life, a choice that not only promises to be green, but also gives the car even more off-road bonus points.Continue reading