The Range Rover has a genuine blue-blooded image, so looks equally at home on your country estate as it does outside your pad in Knightsbridge.
It'll have no problem getting around the countryside, either, because it's also an exceptional off-roader. Sure, you're unlikely to venture far into the wilds, but it's nice to know that you can, should the mood take you.A by-product of being a genuine 4x4 is one of the Range Rover's biggest selling points: its commanding driving position. Stepping up into the driver's seat lets you survey the road ahead.
The impression that you're in something a cut above the opposition continues when you look at the swathes of leather, metal and wood that adorn every surface.
True, it'll cost a lot to run, but with a True MPG figure of 33.2mpg, the Range Rover is actually pretty economical for something that can play the refined luxury limo one moment and tow your horsebox the next.