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Land Rover Reviews

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Good: The ultimate 4x4. Simply unstoppable off-road. Body panels easy to replace. Latest 2.2-litre diesel offers strong pulling power. Retains its resale value like no other utility vehicle.
Bad: Crude and noisy compared to a modern 4x4. Cramped driving position. Not suited to motorway or town driving.
Good: Long awaited Discovery replacement gets 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel engine.
Bad: Not on sale until 2017.
Good: Refined and comfortable. 2.0 Ingenium diesel engine is excellent. Highly capable off-road.
Bad: Ride firm at low speeds. Infotainment not as intuitive as some of its rivals. Complaints of severe interior noise. Potentially five star but loses two due to high number of reported faults.
Good: Vastly improved handling compared to the previous model. Impeccable interior. Lighter weight means better fuel economy. TDV6 diesel now available. As superb off road as always.
Bad: Still an expensive car to buy new.
Good: Very fashionable and desirable. Sleek looks. High-quality interior. Available as a five-door or three-door coupe.
Bad: Top models are pricey.
Good: Is guaranteed to turn heads wherever you go. Good to drive on and off road. Plush interior.
Bad: There are much better soft-tops for £50k. The boot is tiny. Very little room for passengers in the back.
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 version.
Good: Coupe-styled SUV promises luxury from £55,000.
Bad: Not arriving until late 2017.
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