A unique proposition, the Range Rover is a worthy alternative to conventional luxury saloons and has a wider gamut of abilities than all of themget the best price
Entry-level trim gets plenty of kit, including a heated windscreen, folding door mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, metallic paint, 20in alloy wheels, leather seats, cruise control and a 10.0in twin-screen infotainment system that incorporates a DAB radio, digital TV and Bluetooth connectivity.
Engine: 4.4 SDV8
The more potent diesel has 334bhp and 516lb ft, and it’s undeniably faster than the V6. However, the difference between the two engines isn’t colossal in real-world use and you do pay a penalty with a heftier list price and higher CO2 emissions at 246g/km.