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The Range Rover offers a wonderful interior which is as luxurious as it is practical, a fabulously comfortable ride, brilliant levels of refinement, and is the undisputed off-road king in the luxury SUV class. The plug-in hybrids are fantastic options and really stand out with their hugely impressive electric ranges, but even the entry-level D300 is a great choice. Still, no matter which version you go for, it’s very expensive to buy and Land Rover’s poor reliability record is a concern.
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This entry-level trim is very well equipped, and it’s the trim we’d stick with. You get a plush leather interior with wood veneers and luxuriously thick carpets, 20-way electrically adjustable seats, along with 21in alloys as standard (they can be swapped for 20in alloys for no cost). Adaptive cruise control with steering assist comes as standard.
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This smooth and punchy diesel engine covers 0-60mph in 5.8sec, and is impressively muted when driving.
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