Snapshot Review: Range Rover

May 14, 2014 | By | In Reviews, Video

When it comes to premium 4x4s, the Range Rover sits in a class of one. Equally happy to play the luxury cruiser as it is the terrain-bashing off-roader, it has a premium image and broad appeal that sees it being driven by business magnates, rock-stars and farmers-done-good alike.

The latest model pushes the Range Rover further into the territory previously only occupied by the likes of Bentley and Rolls-Royce. Stepping into the cabin is akin to stepping aboard a private jet (we’d imagine), and the luxury trappings are more than a match for any six-figure limousine.

That’s not to say the Range Rover has forgotten its roots. It’s jam packed with clever off-roading technology and retains the big boot and split tailgate of previous generations. Whether you want to make an impression in the company car park, traverse a mountain or just take the kids to school, the Range has you covered.

Prices for new Range Rovers remain high, starting from £71,320. You can get a significant discount buy looking at a nearly new or second hand model here.

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