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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
The trimSee full equipment
This luxurious trim celebrates the Range Rover’s 50th birthday with goodies that include 22in wheels (21s on the P400e), the option of three special solid colours that pay homage to the 1970 original, 24-way heated and cooled massage front seats, four-zone climate control, a heated wood and leather steering wheel plus Fifty badging and seat embossing. Given its hefty price, we’d stick to Vogue SE.
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This 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder diesel suits the Range Rover down to a tee. It pulls strongly from low revs and remains smooth when stretched. There are faster models in the range, but none that feel quite so effortless.
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