What's the used Land Rover Range Rover 4x4 like?
The Range Rover lives very much in a world of its own, somehow managing to be a success as both an off-roader and a luxury car. Inside, it positively reeks of Englishness, with a classic wood- and leather-trimmed interior that's bigger than a Jeep Grand Cherokee's. Yet, it's also amazingly capable off-road.
If there is a criticism, it's that the quality of some of the materials is below what you'd expect in such an expensive car. True, it's hardly what you'd call bad, but it is certainly not quite as classy as, say, a Mercedes S-class.
Given the car's abilities off-road, you also can't really complain about how it drives on-road. The air suspension rides remarkably well and ensures the Range Rover doesn't suffer from the floaty feeling you can get in some 4x4s. Plus, the ride height can be raised and lowered to cope with changing conditions off-road.