23 July 2010
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It's been 40 years since the original Range Rover burst onto the scene. The latest 2011 third-generation model is the best Range Rover to date, but just how far away in concept is today's Rangie to the original luxury off-roader? Find out in our video comparison, where we pit it against a late Mk1 model. Read the full story of when the old Range Rover met the new 2011 car

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1 February 2013

The Range Rover has fabulous on-road ride and refinement for such a big car, together with immense capability in the mud. Smile It is also truly luxurious and has a beautifully built cabin. Smile

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