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Land Rover Reviews

Land Rover is a high-end off-road brand that developed from a single model of the same name originally sold by Rover. The British company based in Solihull, West Midlands was once owned by BMW, then bought by Ford and was finally sold to Tata Motors along with Jaguar in 2008. Land Rover is considered to be the second oldest off-road brand in the world behind Jeep.

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    Review: 2013 Land Rover Range Rover [w/video]
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    Legendary, Iconic... And Improved? It is an undeniable reality that there are only so many adjectives to choose from when describing a given vehicle. Here are two that tend to be both overused and misused perhaps more than any other: legendary and iconic. Forgive us for regaling you with these descriptors yet again, but when it comes to the 2013 Land ...

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    Review: 2011 Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged
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    Tasmanian Devil In A Tailored Suit Prior to our stint with the 2011 Range Rover Supercharged, we enjoyed some time with a Jaguar XKR. The Jag and the Rover have the same supercharged 5.0-liter V8 and about the same six-figure price tag, which led a friend to ask which vehicle we'd prefer to own. Without hesitation, this author's answer is the one you'd ...

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    Review: 2010 Land Rover LR4 makes a better boxy SUV
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    Wanting to sample the latest iteration of Land Rover's middle-management cruiser, we set off in search of the 2010 LR4's natural environment. Minutes later, the Rover's new 5.0-liter, 375-horsepower V8 led us to Nordstrom. What? You expected Monument Valley? With the wallet-denting expedition complete, we took solace in the luxuriously updated interior ...

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    Review: 2010 Range Rover Sport Supercharged brings the adventure home
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    Despite enduring a string of financial hardships, Land Rover still enjoys one of the clearest and most robust brand identities in the automotive kingdom. The English automaker has held the same core values since the company's first off-roader was created by Maurice Wilks in 1948. Wilks reportedly designed the first Land Rover to emulate a Jeep he had ...

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    Review: 2009 Land Rover LR2 HSE is naughty by nature
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    Land Rovers have always gone their own way – often literally. While off-roading demands a low center of gravity and muddy trails would seem to warrant hose-out interiors and body-on-frame-construction, the British automaker has long contented itself building tippy-looking unibody boxes with tall greenhouses and opulent cabins – the ...

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