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
Entry-level trim gets plenty of kit, including a heated windscreen, folding door mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, auto LED headlights, front and rear parking sensors, metallic paint, 20in alloy wheels, 20-way electric leather seats, cruise control and a 10.0in twin-screen infotainment system that incorporates a DAB radio, digital TV, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, sat nav and Bluetooth connectivity. It's tempting, but we'd go up one trim level to Vogue SE to get a little more luxury.
Engine: 3.0 P400
This turbocharged 3.0-litre six-cylinder engine is a mild hybrid, but don’t expect it to be particularly frugal. It emits upwards of 243g/km with the fuel economy in the mid-20s if you’re lucky. Still, it’s a smooth engine with plenty of power when you need it.
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