BMW X5 2004
I just starting to learn and understand all the function of my new Land Range Rover HSE TD6 2017 I purchase it last month 2/18/2021
Most complete car...
I have owned an Audi A8, a 2017 BMW 740d XDrive MSport and a long time ago a Jaguar XJR. I now have a second hand 2017 Range Rover Autobiography 4.4 SD V8. I also own a 2003 LandRover Defender TD5. I traded the BMW because i preferred driving the defender most of the time. The Range Rover is a bit like taking the defender and mating it with the BMW....although I would say the BMW does not come close to the RR in terms of material quality. The Range Rover has the commanding driving position I so like in my Defender. And like the Defender it so easy to place on the road because you can see where the corners are (simples). However unlike the Defender you do not need to visit a chiropractor after a long journey it is supremely comfortable (equal or better than the BMW. The boot is massive (50% bigger than the BMW and you can fold the seats down on top of that) + it has a full size spare (no run-flats here). The car is a dream to drive with loads of driver aids. The only negative is I do miss having a physical control (iDrive) for the infotainment - I am not a fan of touch screens in cars. I am getting use to the voice control which is helping me stay away from the touch screen. The only thing it is not is a Sports car.
Most luxurious vehicle I've ever owned
I have the LWB version and purchased used under CPO warranty. It is loaded, we left no option box unchecked, and the comfort/refinement of the interior, supercharged V8, and ride are nothing short of stellar. Buying used and under warranty afforded an opportunity to buy relatively new at half the cost with confidence. Whether running errands in town, or traveling longer distances, it never fails to put a smile on my face while driving. There are certainly less expensive options, but nothing that came close to offering the same experience and motoring heritage of Land Rover. Arguably, it was introduction of the 1987 Range Rover to US soil that birthed our "obsession" with SUVs. Highly recommend.
Luxury and Practicality
We bought the Rover to give our daughters more room in the back seat and to have more cargo room. The luxury of the car is second to none and it has all the technology to get us where we need to go quickly and comfortably!
This car is a family affair. A Masterpiece
Bespoke Statesmen SUV Robust powertrain options Serene ride Incredible off-road proficiency Comfortable seats This vehicle is awesome. The drive is smooth and soothing. Almost like riding in an airplane. The seating is like sitting in your recliner riding down the road. The instrument panel also give you that airplane feel. The steering wheel has that ergonomic feel. The manufacturer has stop at nothing to make you feel special even after the sale. When you get this baby home all heads will turn. Heck your garage might even give you a high five after you drive this baby in. This is by far the best vehicle I have seen in the past decade. You will think so too after a drive.
Great car in perfect condition! Bought brand new.
Plenty of room for any occasion. Traveling or everyday use! This car has been very well taken care of! It is a very comfortable ride and was enjoyed very much.
This is my Second Range Rover
There is no better suv out there. I love how smooth they drive and all the bells and whistles they are loaded with. This is an outstanding family car.
Reliable Car, I owned it.
This car met all my expectations. Prestigious car that blows people's mind. Great for everyday driving. Got a lot of compliments from everyone, every time I drove it.
honda pilot and a mercedes .sel 500
too compact,,narrow,too much high tech screens..the more simplicity the more enjoyable to drive,hey should do away with all the screens and gadgets.make it more roomy in the seats
fun suv to drive
great rides great look i brought the diesel hwy driving 37 nice power and fun to drive and the touch screen i like better than my lx 570 Lexus and a lot more power