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If you're after maximum comfort from your luxury SUV, the luxurious Range Rover will prove a quiet and spacious way to transport up to five people and 'tonnes' of luggage. Performance is at the very least brisk although some may prefer the Audi Q7 or BMW X7 for their better body control, sharper handling and more refined engines.get the best price
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Autobiography has a lavish specification that befits its high price, with a sliding panoramic roof, more powerful Pixel LED headlights, massaging front seats, a heated steering wheel and four-zone climate control. You also get a surround-view camera, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control with steering assist, illuminated kick plates on the door sills and, if you opt for the long-wheelbase version, a rear-seat entertainment system.
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The P400e mixes a 296bhp 2.0-litre petrol engine with an electric motor and battery pack. It has CO2 emissions of 75g/km, plus an official fuel economy of 84.8mpg, although we doubt this figure will be easily achievable in the real world unless you charge religiously. With 25 miles of pure-electric range, it’s also the quietest model in the range – well, at least around town. Once the battery is depleted, the 2.0-litre engine kicks into life and emits an unconvincing four-cylinder drone – not what you expect from a luxurious SUV.
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