I own one of these, therefore my opinion is... ahem... clear. However, you guys did miss all the points of the RR when you selected the specs of your test car. First of all, the only engine worthy of sitting in front of me is the... ahem... supercharged V8. And what's with the trim level? Why choose the Vogue, when the Autobiography has everything you need?
My Range Rover is about the only cars that can almost express my true personality. It has never failed me and it's gotten me out of the most... unusual situations..
One day, my gardener told me that he could draw in the field anymore - we... ahem... masons have to display our status, you know? because the weather has become too cold.
Since it was around Christmas, I didn't fire him on the spot (I waited until January), but I did tell him to attach the snow plow onto my Range, went out there and in 10 minutes did what he couldn't do using a tractor. I had my... ahem... spike tires on, of course, but the point is that this car can do just about anything, you only need to be creative.
On another occasion, I used it to organize one of the best... ahem... open-minded parties ever. I just strapped some girls onto the bonnet and took a ride through the Goodwood mansion's back yard. The Earl of March is a good friend of mine and he had gathered a large group of young people there, who stated following the car immediately and when I came to a stop inside the tent that had been prepared, everybody started enjoying the free cigars immediately.
Some other time I used my Range Rover to... ahem... I'm sorry chaps, I really can't talk about this one...