2020 Land Rover Range Rover Prices, Reviews, and Pictures

The Land Rover Range Rover is a luxury SUV that exudes elegance and charisma. Few SUVs can match the Land Rover Range Rover’s combination of luxury and ruggedness. Range Rover’s smooth, composed ride is characterized by a low cabin volume and a sense of poise. The interior is adorned with a wealth of leather and wood and premium audio and safety technology are hidden beneath every surface. You have almost limitless customization options with the Autobiography trim level.

Overview

For good reason, the Range Rover is the ultimate British luxury SUV. It was designed to conquer any terrain with style. The Range Rover is the best luxury SUV for off-road and black-tie events.

Pricing and Trims

There are six trim levels of Range Rover: HSE, Base, P525 HSE and Autobiography.

The Base Range Rover’s features include a 12.3-inch interactive driver display, 16 way leather seats, three-zone climate controls, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, emergency braking, lane-keep assistance, Emergency Brake Assist and navigation. It also includes Meridian premium audio, push button start with keyless entry, rain-sensing wiper, and push-button start.

The HSE trims offer additional luxury, including larger 20″ wheels, Windsor leather seats, perforated Windsor seats, 20-way heated seats with memory, a heated steering column, blind-spot monitors, surround-view cameras, soft door closing, and HSE badges.

The P525 HSE trim adds an extra powerful engine, 21″ wheels, dynamic response suspension and a supercharged badge. You can also get the P525 HSE trim in a Long Wheelbase configuration.

The Autobiography trims offer more luxury and an even greater amount. The autobiography trim is distinguished by standard features such as 24-way adjustable seats with massage function, active locking rear differential, upgraded 29 speaker Meridian sound system, adaptive cruise with stop and go, high speed automatic emergency braking (HSAB), automatic parking, full leather door panels, 10-inch rear-seat entertainment, and 4-zone climate control. You can also get the Autobiography trim in a Long Wheelbase version.

The SVAutobiography Dynamic is the most powerful Range Rover trim. It features a 5.0L supercharged motor. The SVAutobiography Dynamic has a unique, quilted leather interior and a dark contrast roof. It also features a steel weave carbon fiber trim finish, perforated leather leather headlining, and hot stone massage front seats. There are also more luxurious executive-class Comfort-Plus rear seats.

The SVAutobiography Trims are based on the SVAutobiography Dynamics but have a longer wheelbase to allow for larger backseats. Rear seats come loaded with features such as a Zenith clock and heated calf rest. They also feature deployable rear tables, mohair mats, leather binding, polished wood veneers, and rear power sunblinds.

The MSRP for Range Rover’s Base model starts at $91,000, and then it goes up to about $96,000 for HSE models, and then to $106,000 for P525 HSE models. The MSRP for the Autobiography trim starts at $130,000, while the MSRP for the top-of the-line SVAutobiography Dynamic starts closer to $179,000 and the long-wheelbase version starts closer to $210,000.

Performance and Engine

There are six options for powertrains on the Range Rover.

The base 3.0L inline six-cylinder turbocharged mild-hybrid engine has a peak horsepower figure of 355 horsepower and a peak torque figure 365 foot-pounds. It offers an estimated MPG figure of 19 city, 25 highway and 21 combined.

The 3.0L inline six-cylinder turbocharged mild-hybrid engine has an Uprated version with a peak horsepower figure of 395 and peak torque figures of 406 foot-pounds. It offers MPG figures of 19 cities, 25 highway and 21 combined.

The 3.0L turbo-diesel engine produces 254 horsepower and 443 feet-pounds torque. It has an estimated fuel consumption of 22 city, 28 highway and 24 combined.

The 2.0L turbocharged plug in hybrid powertrain produces a combined output 398 horsepower and 472 feet-pounds of torque.

A 5.0L supercharged V-8 engine with 518 horsepower and 461 foot pounds of torque is available. It has an estimated fuel consumption of 17 city, 22 highway and 19 combined.

The SVAutobiography trims’ highest-performance engine is a 5.0L supercharged, V-8 engine that produces 557 horsepower and 516 foot pounds of torque. It has estimated fuel economy figures for 15 city, 20 highway and 16 combined.

All models include an 8-speed automatic transmission, full time four-wheel drive, hill descent control and Terrain Response as standard.

Interior

Range Rover’s uncompromising interiors have earned it a solid reputation. They offer the best in comfort and luxury, while maintaining British elegance. The interior is sleek, modern, and futuristic. Land Rover uses only the best materials to create it. It is beautiful and pleasant to touch. There are also practical features like storage over the front seats and in the center console. You can select from a variety of colors to personalize the interior, including two-tone options.

The front seats are functional and comfortable. The driver and the front passenger both have plenty of space and comfortable, supportive seats. The cockpit-like area for the driver feels almost like an airplane cockpit. It has easy-to-use controls, gauges, and buttons. The rear seats in long-wheelbase configurations are more comfortable than the front seats. The Executive Class Comfort-Plus Rear Seats are the best option if you plan on carrying passengers.

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