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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
This luxurious trim celebrates the Range Rover’s 50th birthday with goodies that include 22in wheels (21s on the P400e), the option of three special solid colours that pay homage to the 1970 original, 24-way heated and cooled massage front seats, four-zone climate control, a heated wood and leather steering wheel plus Fifty badging and seat embossing. Given its hefty price, we’d stick to Vogue trim.
The engineSee full engine specs
This supercharged 5.0-litre V8 with 518bhp has bags of performance in hand (0-62mph takes 5.4sec) but, in the real world, it’s little faster than either of the diesels unless you're really prepared to rev it hard. It’s also embarrassingly inefficient, with real-world economy in the low-20mpg range if you're very lucky.
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