Most buyers will opt for the excellent 3.6-litre V8 diesel, and they'll benefit from reduced running costs average economy is a more reasonable 25.4mpg, although CO2 emissions are still high at 294g/km. It's punchy, yet refined, and although the new supercharged engine is a delight, the diesel will always make most sense.
All models get Land Rover's awesome Terrain Response system, which will automatically choose the right settings depending on the type of terrain you want to travel over. Whether it's crossing a sand dune or climbing a rock face that a mountain goat would wince at, the Range Rover does it with ease and, most amazingly of all, will keep you in total comfort.
It's that comfort that makes all Range Rovers so special and the match of anything else available at a similar (and greater) price that purports to be a luxury car. The latest Range Rover is impeccably trimmed and possesses a real sense of style. The cabin still feels fresh and contemporary, too, thanks to the use of some superb materials.