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Longer you drive it w kids, the smaller it feels..

2012 Land Rover LR2 Lee R - Carmel, IN 06/18/2016

Loved it during our test drive, but little things like cup holder design, console storage design, lack of memory seats, etc. have started to wear on me; however, I'm always delighted at the gas pump. The farther you drive it w kids, the smaller it feels. If you're single, it's fantastic!!

I LOVE my Range Rover!

2012 Land Rover Range Rover Geralyn Weil - Yuma, AZ 08/02/2015

This vehicle has the perfect combination of function, comfort, safety, and elegance, for me. Note: Even though my 2012 has not shown any issues, and is still under factory warranty, I highly recommend that owners purchase a Range Rover extended warranty, from the Land Rover dealership, before their factory warranty expires. I am set to soon add a 6 year, 100,000 mile extended warranty.

Range Rovers are in a league of their own

2011 Land Rover Range Rover Ulysses V - San Francisco, CA 01/20/2017

Nothing really compares. It's got everything I ever wanted in an SUV. It's elegantly styled inside and out. Amenities galore. The ride is not only compliant but luxurious. The craftsmanship is spectacular. The boot is big enough for my Airedale terrier to sleep stretched out in the back. The supercharged V8 is extremely smooth and powerful but boy is it thirsty. In fact, the biggest drawback is fuel economy. It's actually worst than expected. I've had a few problems: parking sensors, faulty voice recognition and battery issues. In fact, it seems there is no battery on the market that can keep the vehicle systems running while in park. It is quite expensive to maintain but the cost of ownership is worth it.

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