While the previous generation Range Rover certainly had its strengths, light weight and a luxury-sedan-like driving experience weren’t among them. If you need to regularly go out where the busses don’t run, and want to do so in comfort, however, chances are good that the last Range Rover still made your shopping list.
For 2013, Land Rover is launching a new version of its storied luxury SUV, and the good news is that they’ve addressed the model’s shortcomings without adding new ones. Thanks to the extensive use of aluminum in its construction, the new Range Rover tips the scales at some 700 pounds less than the model it replaces. That makes the new Range Rover more agile, more capable off-road (thanks in part to the miracle of modern electronics) and (somewhat) more fuel-efficient.
While the styling is unmistakeable, that’s not to say that it returns unchanged. The new Range Rover is almost two inches longer than the model it replaces, yet its lower...
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