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Land Rover Range Rover (2013–)

Last updated 18 June 2019

Length 4999–5200 mm
Width 2220 mm
Height 1828–1869 mm
Wheelbase 2922–3120 mm
Boot Space 550–2345 L

Full specifications


This Range Rover has a longer wheelbase which means big improvements in rear passenger space. There is 11cm of extra legroom which means more than a metre of stretching room while lower seats and a wider door opening make getting in and out easier.

The rear seat layout is a standard bench seat but there's the option of Executive Class seating with two individual rear seats that recline further and have a massage function. Elsewhere, the useful split tailgate remains and now opens and closes electrically while the boot is as enormous as ever.

Inside Land Rover has managed to improve quality, which was already very impressive, with a genuine luxury feel throughout. From the leather on the dash to the metal finish around the dual control gear lever, the attention to detail is superb. The layout is far cleaner.

In the front there are half as many buttons as before and the terrain response controls have been tidied up. The only minor criticism is that it uses the existing Land Rover and Jaguar sat nav and touchscreen system which isn't the slickest around.

However, refinement, one of the most important Range Rover attributes is mightily impressive. The body design, coupled with acoustically laminated glass means that road and wind noise are minimal, while the optimised suspension means it smooths out uneven and bumpy roads with ease.

List Price from £83,654
Buy new from £76,297
Contract hire from £640.18 per month

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