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Land Rover Range Rover

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Land Rover’s popular Range Rover is a proven SUV that makes luxury, comfort and styling its top priorities without sacrificing capability and performance in both on- and off-road driving. With a choice of supercharged V-6 or V-8 engines, as well as a turbo-diesel, the five-seat Range Rover is packed with technology, like a standard air suspension, elaborate infotainment options, and permanent four-wheel drive with selectable terrain settings. This flagship SUV is available in either regular or long-wheelbase form and is offered in a variety of trim levels. 

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Range Rover - 4 Generations

2013–2019 Range Rover

Redesigned in 2013
2013–2019 Range Rover Generation, 2019 Land Rover Range Rover model shown Showing the 2019 Land Rover Range Rover Find out if this car is the best match for you

Land Rover launched a redesigned Range Rover for 2013 packed with refined powertrains, all-aluminum construction and a posh interior. A new, optional Terrain Response 2 Auto system can automatically switch between driving modes. In 2014, a new long-wheelbase version debuted along with a new standard supercharged V-6 to replace the outgoing 5.0-liter V-8. A turbo-diesel V-6 arrived in 2016, and an SVAutobiography Dynamic trim, powered by a 550-horsepower, supercharged 5.0-liter V-8, arrived in 2017. A plug-in hybrid version is expected for the 2019 model year. 

  • MSRP Range $88,860–$207,900
  • Consumer Rating
    (5.0) 1 reviews
  • Combined MPG 16-24
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  • MSRP Range $87,350–$207,900
  • Consumer Rating
    (5.0) 3 reviews
  • Combined MPG 16-24
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Notable Features in 2018
  • Revised exterior styling with LED headlights
  • New dual-touchscreen control system
  • Supercharged gas V-6 or V-8 engine, or turbo-diesel V-6
  • All-Terrain Progress Control off-road cruise control
  • Permanent four-wheel drive
  • Air suspension standard
  • MSRP Range $51,946–$168,218
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 13 reviews
  • Combined MPG 16-24
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Notable Features in 2017
  • New SVAutobiography Dynamic model available
  • 10.2-inch touch-screen now standard
  • Supercharged gas V-6 or V-8, or turbo-diesel V-6
  • All-Terrain Progress Control
  • Permanent four-wheel drive
  • Air suspension standard
  • Current List Price $40,036–$105,624
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.8) 8 reviews
  • Combined MPG 16-24
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Notable Features in 2016
  • New turbo-diesel V-6 available
  • Supercharged gas V-6 and V-8 available
  • Long-wheelbase version available
  • All-Terrain Progress Control
  • Permanent 4WD
  • Air suspension standard
  • Current List Price $44,888–$84,560
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.8) 8 reviews
  • Combined MPG 16-19
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Notable Features in 2015
  • Supercharged V-6 with stop-start technology
  • Long-wheelbase version available
  • Weight-saving aluminum construction
  • Supercharged V-8 available
  • Permanent 4WD with available terrain-sensing system
  • Air suspension standard
  • Current List Price $38,565–$76,637
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.9) 15 reviews
  • Combined MPG 16-20
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Notable Features in 2014
  • New supercharged V-6 with stop-start technology
  • New long-wheelbase version available
  • Weight-saving aluminum construction
  • Supercharged V-8 available
  • Permanent 4WD with available terrain-sensing system
  • Air suspension standard
  • Current List Price $35,446–$64,290
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 3 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-16
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Notable Features in 2013
  • Redesigned for 2013
  • Weight-saving all-aluminum construction
  • Choice of V-8s, including supercharged version
  • Eight-speed automatic transmission
  • Permanent 4WD with terrain-sensing system
  • Air suspension

2003–2012 Range Rover

Redesigned in 2003
Showing the 2012 Land Rover Range Rover Find out if this car is the best match for you

The redesigned 2003 Range Rover wowed with its new styling, classy interior, refined powertrain, and plethora of standard and optional features. Power came from a new 4.4-liter V-8 engine that made 282 hp and worked with a five-speed automatic transmission. Side-impact and side curtain airbags were standard. The 2006 model year brought a newly standard 305-hp, 4.4-liter V-8 and six-speed automatic, while a 400-hp, supercharged 4.2-liter V-8 was optional. In 2010, a 375-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 became standard, and the Supercharged model’s output grew to 510 hp. An ultra-luxurious Autobiography edition arrived in 2012.

  • Current List Price $17,293–$36,769
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 21 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15
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Notable Features in 2012
  • Seats five
  • Standard full-time 4WD with Terrain Response system
  • 375-hp or 510-hp V-8
  • Standard navigation system
  • Ultra-luxury Autobiography editions
  • Current List Price $11,691–$32,731
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 19 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15
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Notable Features in 2011
  • Seats five
  • Standard full-time 4WD
  • 375-hp or 510-hp V-8
  • Standard navigation system
  • Terrain Response system
  • Current List Price $12,431–$28,111
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 19 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15
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Notable Features in 2010
  • Seats five
  • Standard full-time 4WD
  • 375-hp or 510-hp V-8
  • Standard navigation system
  • Terrain Response system
  • Current List Price $10,539–$22,187
  • Consumer Rating
    (3.8) 4 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15
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Notable Features in 2009
  • Seats five
  • Standard full-time 4WD
  • 305-hp or 400-hp V-8
  • Standard navigation system
  • Terrain Response system
  • Unibody construction
  • Current List Price $8,033–$21,277
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.8) 21 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15
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Notable Features in 2008
  • Seats five
  • Standard full-time 4WD
  • 305-hp or 400-hp V-8
  • Standard navigation system
  • Terrain Response system
  • Unibody construction
  • Current List Price $6,781–$17,969
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.1) 19 reviews
  • Combined MPG 16
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Notable Features in 2007
  • Available supercharged V-8
  • Six-speed automatic
  • Heated and cooled front seats
  • Electronic parking brake
  • Current List Price $4,642–$15,994
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 31 reviews
  • Combined MPG 15-16
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Notable Features in 2006
  • Moderately redesigned for 2006
  • Available supercharged V-8
  • Six-speed automatic
  • New Range Rover Sport
  • Current List Price $2,761–$15,485
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.2) 14 reviews
  • Combined MPG 14
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Notable Features in 2005
  • Imposing appearance
  • 282-hp, 4.4-liter V-8
  • Five-speed automatic
  • Permanent 4WD
  • Current List Price $3,515–$13,043
  • Consumer Rating
    (3.8) 26 reviews
  • Combined MPG 14
  • Body Styles:

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Notable Features in 2004
  • Imposing appearance
  • 282-hp V-8
  • CommandShift automatic transmission
  • Permanent 4WD
  • Current List Price $2,751–$11,591
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 18 reviews
  • Combined MPG 14
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1996–2002 Range Rover

Redesigned in 1996
Showing the 2002 Land Rover Range Rover Find out if this car is the best match for you

With sleeker, cleaner styling, the 1996 Range Rover had the model's trademark full-time four-wheel drive with low-range gearing. The 4.0 SE used a 4.0-liter V-8 that made 190 hp and paired with a four-speed automatic, while the higher-end HSE trim had a 225-hp, 4.6-liter V-8. For 2000, side-impact airbags became standard. In 2001, all Range Rovers were powered by a 222-hp, 4.6-liter V-8. 

  • Current List Price $4,168–$8,904
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 7 reviews
  • Combined MPG 13
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  • Current List Price $3,337–$9,101
  • Consumer Rating
    (5.0) 5 reviews
  • Combined MPG 13
  • Body Styles:

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  • Current List Price $43–$10,803
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.1) 8 reviews
  • Combined MPG 13-15
  • Body Styles:

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  • Current List Price $2,761–$11,585
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 9 reviews
  • Combined MPG 14
  • Body Styles:

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  • Current List Price $4,497–$4,497
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.3) 3 reviews
  • Combined MPG 14-15
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  • Current List Price $3,995–$3,995
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 3 reviews
  • Combined MPG 14-15
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1992–1995 Range Rover

Redesigned in 1992

The first-generation Range Rover was a boxy 4x4 powered by a standard 180-hp, 3.9-liter V-8 that worked with a four-speed automatic transmission. In 1993, a long-wheelbase model arrived with a more-powerful 4.2-liter V-8 that churned out 200 hp. A new top-end 4.0 SE trim level arrived for 1995. It was powered by a 190-hp, 4.0-liter V-8. 

  • Current List Price $18,500–$18,500
  • Consumer Rating
    (5.0) 1 reviews
  • Combined MPG 13-14
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  • Current List Price $8,822–$10,978
  • Consumer Rating Not yet rated
  • Combined MPG 14
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