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If you're after supreme comfort, masses of passenger space, a lovely interior and a smooth and powerful engine, the sumptuous Range Rover will do it all. However, we think the entry-level D300 diesel Vogue is all you really need, with maybe a few choice options, or the P400e plug-in hybrid if you're a company car buyer looking to save on tax. That's because the cheaper Audi Q7 and BMW X7 are at least as good in most respects, and the top-end versions of the Range Rover are just too expensive unless money really is no object. In which case, why not have a look at the Bentley Bentayga. Just be aware that Land Rover's reliability record is pretty shocking.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
Over and above Vogue this adds Terrain Response 2 off-roads software, 21in alloys, aniline leather trim, soft-close doors, blind spot monitoring, driver fatigue monitor, traffic sign recognition, rear cross traffic alert and a 30deg parking camera.
The engineSee full engine specs
This turbocharged 395bhp 3.0-litre six-cylinder engine is a mild hybrid, but don’t expect it to be particularly frugal. It emits upwards of 240g/km with the fuel economy in the mid-20s if you’re lucky. Still, it’s a smooth engine with plenty of power to crack off 0-62mph in 5.9sec, but it has less low-end grunt than the diesel engines.
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