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A Stormtrooper With Flaws

I like the Land Rover LR4. A lot. My first experience with it was back in 2010, when I drove it on, over and around Colorado's San Juan mountain range. Since then, I've been hooked on the three-row British brute. I've always liked that, despite its leather lining, it has always come across as an honest vehicle. Purposeful, even. It offers no false pretenses as an off-roader, unlike any number of its competitors.


A Split Personality Makes For The Best Range Rover Yet


Legendary, Iconic... And Improved?


Truth be told, I have always considered the Range Rover Sport to be something of a poseur in the Land Rover lineup, but there's one big reason this SUV is so popular in chic cities like New York and Miami – it has the boxy, instantly recognizable looks of a classic Range Rover but with a sportier demeanor. In fact, if sister marque Jaguar ever does get around to building an SUV (as has been rumored for years), I have the feeling it will have the ride quality, performance and handling simil


The Imperial Super Star Destroyer of SUVs


Evoque's Older Brother Gets Some Love


Littlest Landie Blazes A New Trail – On Road


Tasmanian Devil In A Tailored Suit


2010 Land Rover LR4 - Click above for high-res image gallery


2010 Range Rover Sport Supercharged - Click above for high-res image gallery

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