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Land Rover Reviews

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Good: Long awaited replacement for the legendary Defender.
Bad: On sale 2020.
Good: Exceptional comfort and practicality makes this the best family SUV around. All rear seats fold down electrically. 2.0-litre SD4 diesel engine works surprisingly well.
Bad: Touchscreen system frustratingly slow. One-piece tailgate needs room for opening. Engine oil contamination from DPF regens after short runs.
Good: Refined and comfortable. 2.0 Ingenium diesel engine. Highly capable off-road. 2.0 Si4 240 and 290PS ingenium petrol engines.
Bad: Ride firm at low speeds. Infotainment not as intuitive as some rivals. Complaints of severe interior noise. Engine oil contamination from DPF regens after short runs is the most serious problem.
Good: Vastly improved handling compared to the previous model. Impeccable interior. Lighter weight means better fuel economy. As superb off road as always.
Bad: Still an expensive car to buy new. Engine oil contamination from DPF regens after short runs.
Good: Finally nails the baby Range Rover brief. Much improved ride and excellent interior.
Bad: Mild hybrid improves economy and emissions on paper - but not in the real world. Expensive. No plug-in hybrid from launch.
Good: Bigger and more economical than the old model. Great to drive on-road but with typical Land Rover off road ability. Fantastic traction and ability in the worst conditions.
Bad: Expensive, especially if you option it up. No spare wheel on seven-seater versions. Continued question marks over reliability.
Good: Wonderfully plush and modern interior, latest touchscreen system is a vast improvement, as comfortable as you'd expect from a Range Rover.
Bad: 2.0-litre diesel doesn't go with the premium feel, noticeable lean in corners despite the sporty pretensions. Build quality problems emerging.
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