Something has been nagging at me since I first test drove a Range Rover almost two years ago.
At that time, I felt $42,000 was far too much to pay for a sport-utility vehicle.
Since then I realized that I overlooked a thing or two.
The Range Rover is not just a sport-utility vehicle. It happens to be the very best off-roader money can buy.
Then it struck me: If you want the best - be it a Rolex watch or an Armani suit - you are going to pay something extra for the privilege of owning and flaunting it.
That's the way it is with luxury items, and the Range Rover is no exception.
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