14 September 2012
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The all-new, 2013 Range Rover 4 marks a huge shift upmarket. It is lighter, more agile, more spacious and more comfortable than ever. In fact, it looks set to set new standards for the class. Autocar reveals all.

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15 September 2012

Am I the only one that doesn't like this????? I think the exterior is a step backwards from he current model.... The interior looks lovely though.....

ajd

16 September 2012

The detail, the time taken to make it look right is great,everything looks just so,it definately a nice place to sit and drive or be driven,but,if you can afford it?....then why not, most of us will critise it for it's price,tha fact that most never see a muddy puddle,that most as seen by most of us see it as a status symbol,well, there are people who've worked hard for there Bank balance,not all owners inherited wealth,so, it's a nice evolution, my only suggestion....should have been more Evoque shaped.

Peter Cavellini.

19 September 2012

Most of the enquiries we're getting from current owners seem happier it isnt Evoque shaped, but it may have got more conquest business. Personally I think the Evoque look will be saved more for the RR Sport redesign.

20 September 2012

It certainly looks nicer than the current model whilst still being instantly recognisable as a Range Rover .Very good vehicle would love one .

5 October 2012

some have said that having driven Rolls-Royce's the only thing comparable to an R-R is a Range Rover, engine and ride confort is spot on. personally i'm not sure on the tip of the head and tail lights but i like the interior. i don't like BMW but the starting success of this is down to their initial investment when they owned it.

17 December 2012

Having met Mr Cropley and read his works for maybe 30 years I can assure you that, whatever else you can say about him, he is completely indpendent. Yes, he has his favourites - who doesn't, I bought a Renault Alpine and despite two separate engine fires still regard "'arry" as one of the best cars I ever owned - but the idea that he can be bought is ridiculous. You all should be ashamed of yourselves making baseless accusations to make yourselves feel somehow more important than you obviously really are. kredi hesaplama-evim şahane-chat-islami rüya tabirleri-evim şahane-evim şahane-evim şahane

6 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

28 June 2013

it is an amazing car in my opinion! I really like it! yacht booker

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