The modelRead full Range Rover review
The Range Rover has a road presence few cars can equal, along with an upmarket interior and a largely comfortable ride. The plug-in hybrid versions make great sense for company car drivers, while the entry-level D300 is the best bet if you're buying privately. Still, whichever version you go for, the Range Rover is hugely expensive and Land Rover's reliability record is a big concern.
The trimSee full equipment
Autobiography adds some luxury in the boot by giving you an electrically folding parcel shelf, and a boot floor that can be propped up to act as a back rest if you’re sitting on the dropped tailgate. You also get 24-way electrically adjustable massaging front seats.
The engineSee full engine specs
This plug-in hybrid version pairs a 3.0-litre six-cylinder petrol engine with a battery and delivers a very impressive official electric range of 70 miles. In reality, it will cover less than that, but it’s enough to help it sit in a very low benefit-in-kind tax bracket. It covers 0-60mph in 6.0sec.
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