Some competitors quite capable in dirt, but Range Rover most serious about credibility with offroaders.
Engine intake system draws air from hood inlets so engine can breathe while partially submerged.
Number of tiny buttons and inscrutable dials that have plagued previous designs are reduced, and center stack now looks clean and simple.
HMI intuitive and easy to use.
Interior plush and comfortable but could use few splashes of Alcantara to complete luxury ambiance.
Front seats comfortable and highly supportive, but not best in class.
Third row seats available, but only can accommodate children.
As most luxury CUVs become more car-like, Range Rover continues to emphasize SUV heritage.
The '14 Range Rover Sport shares the flagship's all-aluminum body and wheelbase, but is shorter, lower and more affordable. (See related story: Range Rover Sport Stands Out in Luxury CUV Segment.)
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