We give the Range Rover a 9 at Motor Authority. It's a demon of a gas-guzzler, and it's just a five-seater, but the perfection of the Range Rover--its tastefully British aesthetics, its considerable off-road prowess, its copious supercharged V-8 power--is undeniable.
Though it's not as powerful or as spacious as some of its rivals, the spec-sheet advantages of GLs and Escalades dissolves once you climb inside a 2012 Land Rover Range Rover. It's simply the class standard, the single vehicle all other luxury sport-utes try to imitate, the off-roader even royalty aspire to.
Overhauled in 2010, the latest Range Rover has received some updates to its adjustable suspension and its off-road system. But the basics remain intact, starting with the V-8 powertrain. The Range Rover HSE gets its power from a 5.0-liter V-8 shared with Jaguar's lineup of cars. The engine produces 375 horsepower and 375 pound-feet of torque, channeled through a six-speed automatic and a sophisticated...
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