Review: Land Rover Range Rover (2002 – 2013)
Sophisticated image backed up by superb refinement. Luxurious and stylish cabin. Feels well built. Excellent off-road ability. Carries more status than most rival 4x4s.
Not cheap to buy new. Doesn't handle on-road as well as other large 4x4s. Slow steering and sometimes a lot of weight transfer.
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Land Rover Range Rover (2002 – 2013): At A Glance
- Insurance Group 50
- On average it achieves 98% of the official MPG figure
On sale from February 2002 and went increasingly upmarket with one version shown at Geneva in 2011 priced at £130,000.
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