2006 Land Rover Range Rover

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Engine Engine 4.4LV-8
MPG MPG 14 City / 18 Hwy
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2006 Range Rover Overview

The Range Rover gets new engines and transmissions for 2006, improving on what remains the ultimate luxury sport-utility.This top-of-the-line Land Rover offers authentic all-terrain capability combined with a beautiful European-flavor cabin and the latest in safety features.Driving it makes you feel good.It's smooth and poised on the road and makes its occupants feel classy and sophisticated.It's one of the best luxury vehicles available, counting cars.Land Rover doesn't sell vast quantities of them, ensuring the Range Rover remains an exclusive vehicle, and further adding to its class and panache.

Having been completely redesigned for 2003, the 2006 models are more evolutionary than new.The 2006 Range Rover is quicker and more agile than last year's model, while retaining its Land Rover pedigree for traversing the backcountry, featuring the latest in off-road technology and luxury appointments.

Land Rover has moved beyond its brief ownership by BMW and is now firmly ensconced in Ford's family of premium vehicles, along with Aston Martin and Jaguar.BMW's heavy involvement in the design and engineering of the previous model is still evident and much appreciated for its legacy of exemplary road manners.No longer, however, does Land Rover use BMW engines.For reasons beyond cost savings, which company officials admit was a persuasive factor, the 2006 Range Rover is powered by V8 engines developed by Jaguar.The new engines are lighter, cleaner, more powerful, more efficient and overall more tractable than their BMW-sourced predecessors.One is naturally aspirated, the other supercharged.And they now drive the Range Rover's signature four-wheel-drive system through a new, six-speed automatic nicely adapted for driving all kinds of roads and terrain, from smooth interstates to rocky tracks to snowbound byways.

Exemplary service is also part of the Range Rover heritage.Surveys indicate customers are highly satisfied with their Land Rover retailers who pride themselves with taking care of their customers.Our anecdotal evidence backs that up.The Land Rover Centres go beyond those of the typical car dealership, acting as off-road outfitters.They carry accessories and apparel and organize outings.Land Rover's four-year/50,000 mile warranty includes roadside assistance (even where there's no road) and free scheduled maintenance.
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2006 Range Rover Overview

The Range Rover gets new engines and transmissions for 2006, improving on what remains the ultimate luxury sport-utility.This top-of-the-line Land Rover offers authentic all-terrain capability combined with a beautiful European-flavor cabin and the latest in safety features.Driving it makes you feel good.It's smooth and poised on the road and makes its occupants feel classy and sophisticated.It's one of the best luxury vehicles available, counting cars.Land Rover doesn't sell vast quantities of them, ensuring the Range Rover remains an exclusive vehicle, and further adding to its class and panache.

Having been completely redesigned for 2003, the 2006 models are more evolutionary than new.The 2006 Range Rover is quicker and more agile than last year's model, while retaining its Land Rover pedigree for traversing the backcountry, featuring the latest in off-road technology and luxury appointments.

Land Rover has moved beyond its brief ownership by BMW and is now firmly ensconced in Ford's family of premium vehicles, along with Aston Martin and Jaguar.BMW's heavy involvement in the design and engineering of the previous model is still evident and much appreciated for its legacy of exemplary road manners.No longer, however, does Land Rover use BMW engines.For reasons beyond cost savings, which company officials admit was a persuasive factor, the 2006 Range Rover is powered by V8 engines developed by Jaguar.The new engines are lighter, cleaner, more powerful, more efficient and overall more tractable than their BMW-sourced predecessors.One is naturally aspirated, the other supercharged.And they now drive the Range Rover's signature four-wheel-drive system through a new, six-speed automatic nicely adapted for driving all kinds of roads and terrain, from smooth interstates to rocky tracks to snowbound byways.

Exemplary service is also part of the Range Rover heritage.Surveys indicate customers are highly satisfied with their Land Rover retailers who pride themselves with taking care of their customers.Our anecdotal evidence backs that up.The Land Rover Centres go beyond those of the typical car dealership, acting as off-road outfitters.They carry accessories and apparel and organize outings.Land Rover's four-year/50,000 mile warranty includes roadside assistance (even where there's no road) and free scheduled maintenance.Hide Full Review