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Land Rover Range Rover (2013 on)

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19–45
Real MPG
32.8
Average

Vastly improved handling compared to the previous model. Impeccable interior. Lighter weight means better fuel economy. As superb off road as always.

Still an expensive car to buy new. Engine oil contamination from DPF regens after short runs.

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Engine Official MPG Real MPG Avg. Real MPG %  
2.0 PHEV P400e 88.3–91.1 mpg - - Submit MPG
3.0 SDV6 45.6 mpg - - Submit MPG
3.0 SDV6 275 37.2 mpg - - Submit MPG
3.0 SDV6 Hybrid 44.1–45.6 mpg 38.3 mpg 85% Submit MPG
3.0 TDV6 40.9–45.6 mpg 36.4 mpg 84% Submit MPG
3.0 V6 Supercharged 26.4 mpg - - Submit MPG
4.4 SDV8 30.4–33.6 mpg 27.5 mpg 86% Submit MPG
4.4 TDV8 33.6 mpg 33.0 mpg 98% Submit MPG
5.0 V8 510 21.6–22.1 mpg 20.3 mpg 93% Submit MPG
5.0 V8 525 21.1–21.2 mpg - - Submit MPG
5.0 V8 550 21.6–22.1 mpg - - Submit MPG
5.0 V8 565 20.8–20.9 mpg - - Submit MPG

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  • Land Rover Range Rover (2013 on)
    Vastly improved handling compared to the previous model. Impeccable interior. Lighter weight means better fuel economy. As superb off road as always.

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