Pros Great styling, Great styling, Great styling,Great styling,and you guessed it.
Cons You need a magnifying glass to read the instrument panel. Electronics are state of the art circa 1980
Summary I've had my Range Rover for 5 months. The vehicle gets a lot of people looking, but what they don't see ,is the steam coming out of my head. Between the vibration of the steering wheel, which they can't seem to fix and the hesitation in the acceleration, makes for a pleasant ride.
Pros Looks good. Drove great for 119 miles
Cons Transmission Problems! The transmission broke on it's 3rd day (119 miles).
Summary My 2007 was okay (had chronic battery problems) & my 2010 is off to a rocky start!
Pros Great looking vehicle. Always turns heads. It's got lots of power and rides really well on the highway with the air ride suspension. It's like you're floating down the road. I like the heat package especially the heated windshield and seats.
Cons If you're worried about gas mileage then you need to purchase something else. If you have a heavy foot you'll burn through the fuel. I drive it reasonably most times not venturing over 2000 RPM in the city so I get better mileage. Small speedometer.
Summary If you want a vehicle that does everything for you buy a spaceship or get a chaffuer and a limo. But if you want something sexy and feel good driving something with appeal then this is the vehicle for you. You only live once so you might as well do it in style.
Pros Great styling
Cons LAND ROVER IS A MISERABLE MANUFACTURER - won't stand behind the product
Rear leg room is limited
Tires are NOT for offroad
Summary I own the 2005 RR Sport HSE. I had a problem with the dealer and Land Rover ran for the hills - they would not do anything, not a phone call, not a letter, nothing to help out. Dealer basically said "FU". Various pieces continue to fall off the car and it has been back for repairs about 25 times in the first three years.
Pros Looks Good
Cons Major: GPS, Gear Shifter, Steering, Suspension. Minor: Voice Command, Gas Mileage
Summary NJ Dealer doesn't address the issues fully when the vehicle is in service. Releases car to be driven knowing that the problems aren't "fully" fixed. Car goes back to service for same issues and other issues still problems aren't addressed. Warranty expires then they ask for tremendous costs to repair. Car was always serviced at dealer where purchased. At 57K car is too new for major repairs. This vehicle is a failure for the price paid. The dealer gets an F for quality of service provided and or for tricky tactics. I called Rover Corporate Offices directly, said you're out of luck !!
Isn't this why and unfortunately we used to not buy American cars because they break down too soon? Shouldn't a Rover, a $65K vehicle lasts longer mileage before major repairs?
A total disappointment in the Make, Model and Dealer.