Range Rover's Evoque has always set the pace in the compact SUV sector. Now it's the first such car to offer a Convertible bodystyle. The experts at Car & Driving check this model out.
The latest Range Rover Sport SDV8 offers even more muscle and a greater degree of customer choice. James Fosdyke takes a look.
The latest Range Rover Sport SDV8 offers even more muscle and a greater degree of customer choice. Andy Enright takes a look.
If you thought the Range Rover Sport was just a Discovery in posh togs, you need to take a look at this latest generation model. It's something quite special. Jonathan Crouch drives the SDV6 variant.
Range Rover Sport buyers are a look-ahead crowd, so the option of a smart Hybrid version ought to be right on the money. Andy Enright reports.
The second generation Range Rover Sport is a very different proposition from its predecessor. Now, the six cylinder mainstream version is more efficient and off road ability is enhanced even further with a clever All-Terrain Progress Control system. Jonathan Crouch reports.
In you want a fourth generation Range Rover - and if you're in the market for a top luxury SUV, then you probably will - then the potent diesel SDV8 is the one you'll have your eye on. Jonathan Crouch tries it.
The Range Rover gets even bigger in long wheelbase guise. This is the ultimate Land Rover product. Jonathan Crouch reports
The Range Rover introduces some volts to the equation with the Hybrid. Andy Enright wonders how well water, mud and high voltages mix.
The all-wheel drive Evoque will take you almost anywhere but the front-driven entry-level eD4 will take the majority of customers everywhere they actually need to go. Andy Enright reports.
Once the shock of a front-wheel drive Land Rover product has worn off, there's a lot more to the Range Rover Evoque than meets the eye, especially powered by a punchy diesel engine and with all the wheels driven. Andy Enright reports.
Range Rover's Evoque has demolished all sales records for SUVs in this class. Andy Enright reports on how the latest version aims to stay in the top spot.
The fourth generation Range Rover is quite a tool if you can afford it. Now, six cylinder mainstream versions are more efficient and off road ability is enhanced even further with a clever All-Terrain Progress Control system. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Want a 4x4? Want the best? Then you want one of these. June Neary checks out the latest Range Rover
The Freelander 2 is the compact 4x4 we all knew Land Rover had the capacity to build. Whereas its predecessor's spread of talents was distinctly patchy, the Freelander 2 offered superior build quality, sleeker styling and even better off-road potential. It was also a car that improved quite significantly over the course of its life and the models we look at here are those built from 2008 through to the 2011 model year facelift that arrived in dealerships at the end of 2010.
Land Rover's Discovery Sport, a more spacious and stylish replacement for the Freelander, now gets the brand's latest 2.0 TD4 Ingenium diesel engines. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Want the classiest and most capable compact 4x4 on - and off - the road? Then you probably want a Land Rover Discovery Sport, June Neary decides