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One of the most iconic cars found on British roads today, the Land Rover Range Rover has been a mainstay of the luxury SUV market for decades. Launched in 1970, the Mk1 was in production for 24 years. Since then, the Mk2 (1994), Mk3 (2001) and Mk4 (2012) have been launched, with the Mk5 following in 2022.


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A sub-brand of the Land Rover, the Range Rover has been in the public eye for such a lengthy period that it is now one of the most popular SUVs on the road. Its enduring appeal has seen it continue to pick up awards throughout its lifespan, with the Mk5 winning the Best Luxury Car category at the 2022 Auto Express New Car Awards.

The Land Rover Range Rover offers broad appeal: to family-minded, practical drivers, and motorway commuters. Versions of the Mk4 from 2014 onwards are also produced in standard (SWB) 5-seater or long wheelbase (LWB) 7-seater variants.

The history of the Land Rover Range Rover is richer than most other cars on the road today. First launched in the UK in 1970, the Mk2 didn’t arrive until over two decades later, in 1994. At the turn of the century, the Mk3 arrived, officially introduced to the market in 2001.

The Mk4 (2012) and Mk5 (2022) Land Rover Range Rover is most often seen on the roads today. The Mk4 made history as the first in the line to offer a diesel hybrid option in 2013 and a petrol plug-in hybrid in 2018. The Mk4 was the first Range Rover to be made available in a long wheelbase version in 2014. From 2024, the Mk5 will be the first to offer an all-electric Range Rover.


Practicality and style of the car

Since its earliest days, the Range Rover has been hugely spacious and practical, able to pack in large luggage with ease – and with serious towing capabilities, too. This widespread reputation saw the Range Rover’s design serve as a base for specialist utility vehicles such as airport fire tenders. This only served to shore up its status as a highly durable practical car.

The Mk4 and Mk5 have both retained this reputation while ensuring that the Range Rover is a genuinely premium option within the SUV market. The Mk4 has an enormous boot, holding 909 litres with the seats still up. This is far superior to the Jaguar F-Pace at 650 litres, and the Audi Q7 at 770 litres. Fold the rear seats down in the Mk4 and the capacity gets a further boost, with a highly impressive 1,943 litres of space available. This beats the likes of the spacious Volkswagen Toureg, which manages 1,800 litres with the rear seats down.

The Mk5 boot space is similar, with 725 litres of capacity and an improved 1,841 litres with the rear seats down. The longer wheelbase version of the Mk5 adds van-like potential to the boot space, with a huge 2,601 litres available with all seats down.

The Range Rover is a winner for its towing capabilities. Both the Mk4 and Mk5 have a towing capacity of between 2,500kg and 3,500kg depending on engines and power (hybrid versions tend to be at the lower end of the scale), so you can expect the Range Rover to easily manage a large caravan or horse box.


Running costs

In line with its luxury status, the Land Rover Range Rover sits in the higher brackets of road tax and insurance. Road tax starts at £360 for the Mk4 and £560 for the Mk5, while both sit in insurance group 50 across all engine types.


How a used Land Rover Range Rover drives

The Range Rover is known for its power as much as its other popular characteristics. Despite its bulk, it has almost unmatched power on long motorway drives, with engines across the range delivering impressive punch off the mark and optimal long-range performance.

The Range Rover is well known for its superior handling across all terrain It is comfortable around urban backstreets or winding country lanes, and really shines on rolling A roads and motorways.

The Mk4 Range Rover is available with a range of engine options across petrol, diesel and hybrid. A 3.0-litre diesel, the D300, can hit 296bhp and 0-62mph in 7.4 seconds. The more powerful 3.0-litre P400 petrol engine can deliver a huge 394bhp, hitting 0-62mph in just 5.9 seconds. The most powerful one is the plug-in hybrid P400e. 398bhp is generated by the combination of a 2.0-litre petrol engine and an electric motor, with a 0-62mph time of 6.4 seconds.

A broader range of hybrid options are offered with the Mk5, while it also offers petrol and diesel options. Three 3.0-litre diesel options offer varied levels of power ranging from 246bhp to 345bhp. The more efficient plug-in hybrid models maintain the Range Rover’s classic motorway driving superiority, with the P440e hitting 0-62mph in just 5.5 seconds. This is thanks to its 38.2kWh battery, which combines with the electric motor to produce an enormous 503bhp.


Engines and official MPG

Please refer to the table below for a comprehensive list of engines and their official MPG figures.


2013 - 2022

Engine Official NEDC MPG Official WLTP MPG
3.0 SDV6 45.6 mpg -
3.0 SDV6 275 37.2 mpg -
3.0 SDV6 Hybrid 44.1–45.6 mpg -
3.0 TDV6 40.9–45.6 mpg -
3.0 V6 Supercharged 26.4 mpg -
4.4 SDV8 30.4–33.6 mpg -
4.4 TDV8 33.6 mpg -
5.0 V8 510 21.6–22.1 mpg -
5.0 V8 525 21.1–21.2 mpg 20.2–20.5 mpg
5.0 V8 550 21.6–22.1 mpg -
5.0 V8 565 20.8–20.9 mpg 18.6–18.9 mpg
D300 MHEV - 30.8–33.0 mpg
D350 MHEV - 30.4–30.8 mpg
P400 - 26.7 mpg
P400 LWB - 26.1 mpg
P400e 88.3–91.1 mpg 81.4–84.8 mpg
P525 - 18.9–20.5 mpg

2022 - onwards

Engine Official WLTP MPG
D300 MHEV 37.2 mpg
D350 MHEV 36.2–37.2 mpg
P400 MHEV 29.1–29.7 mpg
P530 24.4–24.8 mpg

Features you can expect in a Land Rover Range Rover

Interior

Both the Mk4 and Mk5 have an air of luxury even from their design, and this is reflected by the range of interior features that optimise comfort and the overall driving experience.

Later iterations of the Mk4 Range Rover are equipped with Jaguar Land Rover’s classy infotainment system, called InControl Touch, which offers smartphone connectivity and premium HDD navigation even at entry level. Higher level trims raise the bar for audiophiles, with a 19-speaker set-up on premium trim options. The roomy feel of the cabin is helped by the high-end materials that make up the upholstery and front dash. Clever placement of in-car controls ensures there’s no cluttered feel about the interior, and there’s enough space in the rear to easily fit three adults.

Step inside the Mk5, and you’re faced with a beautifully designed and ultra-modern cabin that can rival any luxury car on the market. The Pivi Pro infotainment system includes a 13.1-inch touchscreen and provides Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. Along with its beautifully designed upholstery, the Mk5 comes with smart controls: fold down the middle rear seat and back-seat passengers can use the built-in touchscreen to adjust the temperature, lighting and seating in the rear. You’ll get massage seats, an LED ambient lighting option, electric blinds in the rear and an air filtration system in the cabin with higher trim levels, maximising the upmarket experience for all occupants.


Technology

Optimising the driving experience is at the heart of the Range Rover’s design, and its semi-autonomous capabilities across the Mk4 and Mk5 are further evidence of this. The Mk4 comes with lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, trailer stability control as well as blind spot monitoring and a parking assistant tool to ease the pressure on parking the model into tight spaces.

The Mk5 comes with the most advanced vehicle assist technology of all Range Rovers. A 3D surround-view camera gives drivers eyes across the full car at all times, a helpful tool when navigating tight and busy urban areas. There’s an active speed limiter and traffic sign recognition system integrated as standard too, while higher level trims include a ClearSight digital interior mirror, and an improved park assist function.


Safety

The Land Rover Range Rover earned a five-star safety rating from Euro NCAP for both its Mk4 and Mk5 models. The Mk4 includes autonomous emergency braking and both front and rear parking sensors as standard, while higher entry trims include blind spot monitoring, steering assist and a driver condition monitor.

Step up to the Mk5, and you’ll find a similarly impressive line-up of safety features available. Alongside its impressive parking assist system, Blind Spot Assist and a Rear Traffic Monitor feed into the driver’s vision to provide a full view of driving conditions.


Trims available on the Land Rover Range Rover

Land Rover Range Rover Vogue

The entry-level Mk4 option, the Vogue comes with 20-inch alloys and a panoramic roof as standard. The cabin is kitted out with heated seats at both the front and rear, with electronically powered reclining added too. The Vogue includes a reverse camera, adaptive cruise control, and a dual infotainment system with wireless connectivity.


Land Rover Range Rover Vogue SE

The Vogue SE is a lower-to-mid entry trim level that includes a host of impressive features. 21-inch alloy wheels are included as well as a Terrain Response 2 system to ensure comfort across all surfaces, while mood lighting is included for added ambience. It’s equipped with the Mk5 entry-level features like a keyless tailgate with gesture recognition and surround-view cameras.


Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography

A mid-entry trim for the Range Rover, the Autobiography adds four-zone climate control, electric blinds and executive class rear seats for optimised passenger comfort. You can expect a panoramic glass sunroof that is electronically controlled, and a massage function for the front seats.


Land Rover Range Rover SVAutobiography

The top-level trim for the Range Rover Mk5 is the SVAutobiography. Wheel size is increased to 22-inch alloys, and Pixel-Laser LED headlamps are added for optimal visibility even in the most challenging conditions. Automatically closing back doors are also part of the package, and there are 24 settings for the heated and cooled seats.


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Frequently asked questions

Q. How much does a used Land Rover Range Rover cost?

A. We have 1 used Land Rover Range Rover cars in stock ranging from £44,998 to £45,998.

Q. How much is car tax for a used Land Rover Range Rover?

A. The Land Rover Range Rover car tax ranges from £180 to £600 per year for the models in stock.

Q. What is the average mileage on a used Land Rover Range Rover?

A. The average mileage on a used Land Rover Range Rover in stock is 30668 miles.

Q. Which transmission options are available with the Land Rover Range Rover?

A. Currently in stock, the Land Rover Range Rover is available in Automatic.

Q. What different fuel types are available for the Land Rover Range Rover?

A. Of the Land Rover Range Rover used cars in stock, they are available in the following fuel types: Petrol.

Q. What are the most popular engine sizes in the Land Rover Range Rover?

A. The most popular engine sizes in the Land Rover Range Rover we have in stock are 3.0 litres.

Q. What are the most popular colours in the Land Rover Range Rover range?

A. The Land Rover Range Rover is available in various colours. The most popular we have in stock are Grey, Black

Q. Is the Land Rover Range Rover a good car?

A. Car & Driving rate the Land Rover Range Rover 3.55 stars (out of 5).

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Cash Price £45998
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* MPG figures are obtained in laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. Please be aware they’re not intended to represent real world efficiency.