Range rover 2014 review

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Land Rover Range Rover Expert Review

Karla Sanchez

Pros

  • Opulent interior
  • Sprightly acceleration in Supercharged model
  • Exceptional off-road capability

Cons

  • Reputation for poor reliability
  • Infotainment system not intuitive
  • Body roll
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Thanks to their impeccable off-road credentials, Land Rovers are used by armies and explorers all over the world. But as tough as they are, Land Rovers are also unmistakable symbols of prestige, particularly the Range Rover models. When the first Range Rover debuted in , it set the tone for the luxury 4x4 market, which is now crowded with offerings such as the Porsche Cayenne. However, none are as iconic as the Land Rover Range Rover.

The Land Rover Range Rover is a five-passenger SUV with full-time four-wheel drive, and is available in base and Supercharged trim levels. The entry-level Range Rover is motivated by a supercharged liter V-6 that makes hp, and calling it a base model is a stretch considering its standard features list: inch wheels, front and rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, power liftgate, automatic HID headlights, push-start button, leather upholstery, and a heated steering wheel. Also standard is an adjustable air suspension, a touch screen with navigation, voice controls, and Bluetooth connectivity. If you're already splurging on a Range Rover, you may as well get the Supercharged model, which adds more oomph with a supercharged version of the liter mill that makes hp and lb-ft. Both engines are paired to an eight-speed automatic. For those who dare to wander off the pavement, the Range Rover has a smorgasbord of off-road goodies, including low-range gearing and Land Rover's signature Terrain Response system, which allows the driver to optimize the powertrain, suspension, and traction-control functions for five off-road modes.

In a recent two-way comparison between the Mercedes-Benz GL63 AMG and the Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged, we chose the Range Rover. "Both are very good SUVs, very luxurious, and very able to communicate your newfound success to anyone you pass," we said, but ultimately we recommended the Rover because of its longer list of features and better ride and driving experience. The Range Rover also handled better though the turns, despite feeling a bit heavier.

Since the Range Rover was completely redesigned for the model year with a new interior, aluminum body structure, and an eight-speed automatic, we don't expect too many changes for The base model is now powered by a hp supercharged V-6 for better fuel economy than the Range Rover's hp liter V

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Land Rover Range Rover Long-Term Verdict

The Year of Living Luxuriously

All good things must come to an end, and after precisely 22, miles, I've said a reluctant goodbye to the Land Rover Range Rover that has been my daily driver for the past year. I already know I'm going to miss its quiet comfort and restrained opulence, as well as its discreetly confident, go-anywhere demeanor. Fast-moving freeway? Rocky trail? Sandy beach? Cratered city streets? Snowy mountain pass? Country club driveway? No problem. Drive on.

Range Rover reliability is still a favorite meme of the Internet's armchair experts, many of whom posted dire predictions of expensive problems after my introduction story. In the interest of objective reporting, here's a full list of everything that went wrong with the Range Rover over the past year:

1) The rubber covering started to peel off the remote key.
2) A small plastic tab on the tow-hitch cover snapped while it was being removed, meaning the cover wouldn't quite sit straight when replaced afterwards.
3) Er … that's it.

I picked up a nail in the left rear tire in suburban L.A., which resulted in a $20 puncture repair, and I blew a right rear tire on a rock in Utah, which required a replacement to be shipped in from our friends at Tire Rack. The scheduled 15,mile service took place at 16, miles and cost $ The oil and oil filter were changed, the usual checks and inspections made, and the car returned from Land Rover Pasadena cleaned and washed.

My final few months with the Range Rover included a 2,mile Thanksgiving road trip from L.A. to Utah, Colorado, and Arizona that included everything from brisk freeway cruising to low-range rock crawling and elevations that, according to the handy 4x4 Info mode on sat-nav screen, ranged from more than 11, feet (snow-clad Engineer Pass in Colorado) to almost 90 feet below sea level (on the I near Palm Springs, California). That trip saw the Range Rover return its best fuel economy number -- mpg for the miles from Durango, Colorado, to Globe, Arizona -- and cover a record miles from Globe back to El Segundo, California, before the gallon gas tank was topped up with premium unleaded.

Overall fuel consumption for the 22, miles, roughly a third of which was highway cruising or freeway driving, came out at mpg, reasonable for a hp, liter supercharged V-6 hauling 5, pounds of luxury SUV. The on-board trip computer proved routinely optimistic to the tune of 3 to 4 mpg, but manual calculations suggested the Rangie would routinely return around 20 mpg cruising at mph on the highway, with consumption dropping to the low teens in stop-start running around town.

Speaking of stop-start, the Range Rover comes with this feature as the default running mode. I switched it off, preferring to keep the engine idling for the relatively short times the car was stationary. A couple of powertrain engineers I've spoken with have suggested stop-start is really only useful in passing European fuel economy tests, and that with frequent use you may actually consume more gas because of the need to over-fuel the engine on restart.

From its elegant design to its commanding driving position, superb ride quality, and accurate steering, there's a lot I love about the Range Rover. So what didn't I like? The information and entertainment user interface. Whether it was programming the sat-nav, searching for music, switching on the heated front seats, or accessing and actuating a dozen other functions, the center-mounted touchscreen was an exercise in frustration. It's quite a stretch across the cabin, for a start, and the system reacts slowly.

JaguarLand Rover needs to come up with a better, faster, more intuitive user interface. A console-mounted rotary knob, as used with Audi's MMI or Mercedes-Benz's COMAND systems would be ideal, but JLR's interior designers would have to figure out how to make that work with the rotary gear selector, whose stately rise-from-console on startup is one of the signature party tricks of the car.

What would I change if I had my time over again? Very little. I'm still not convinced it's worth spending $18, more to get the hp supercharged V-8, although its midrange punch is immensely satisfying. The available , , and inch wheels look fabulous, but the base inch wheel/tire combination is very comfortable -- perfect for a luxury car. The Pirelli Scorpion /65R19 all-season tire could use a touch more dry-weather grip, though, and is an unusual size, as I discovered trying to find a replacement in Moab, Utah, on Thanksgiving eve (a big shoutout to Chip at Chip's Grand Tire Pros for finding a used Goodyear /60R19 as an emergency spare). I'd probably spend $1, on the optional glass panoramic roof. We could have used it sightseeing in the Colorado Rockies.

If JLR tossed me the keys to the Scotia Grey Range Rover I've now lived with for a year and said, "Keep it," I'd be happy. A quiet, comfortable, elegant luxury car with the versatility of a wagon and the go-anywhere capability of, well, a Land Rover, the Range Rover is the one vehicle that truly does it all.

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Our Car
SERVICE LIFE 22, mi
BASE PRICE $83,
OPTIONS Vision Assist Pack ($2, Terrain Response 2, adaptive headlights, surround-view exterior cameras, blind-spot monitoring), Meridian speaker sound system ($1,), adaptive cruise control ($1,), Tow Pack ($ hitch receiver, full-size spare wheel)
PRICE AS TESTED $89,
AVG ECON mpg
PROBLEM AREAS None
MAINTENANCE COST $ (oil change, inspection)
NORMAL-WEAR COST $0
3-YEAR RESIDUAL VALUE* $44,
RECALLS Side airbag connectors, front turn signals, tire-pressure monitoring system
*Automotive Lease Guide data
Land Rover Range Rover
POWERTRAIN/CHASSIS
DRIVETRAIN LAYOUT Front-engine, 4WD
ENGINE TYPE Supercharged deg V-6, alum block/heads
VALVETRAIN DOHC, 4 valves/cyl
DISPLACEMENT cu in/2, cc
COMPRESSION RATIO
POWER (SAE NET) hp @ 6, rpm
TORQUE (SAE NET) lb-ft @ 3, rpm
REDLINE 6, rpm
WEIGHT TO POWER lb/hp
TRANSMISSION 8-speed automatic
AXLE/FINAL-DRIVE RATIO /
SUSPENSION, FRONT; REAR Control arms, air springs, anti-roll bar; multilink, air springs, anti-roll bar
STEERING RATIO (est)
TURNS LOCK-TO-LOCK
BRAKES, F;R in vented disc; in vented disc, ABS
WHEELS, F;R x in, cast aluminum
TIRES, F;R /65R19 V M+S Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season
DIMENSIONS
WHEELBASE in
TRACK, F/R / in
LENGTH x WIDTH x HEIGHT x x in
GROUND CLEARANCE in
APPRCH/DEPART ANGLE / deg
TURNING CIRCLE ft
CURB WEIGHT 5, lb
WEIGHT DIST., F/R 49/51%
TOWING CAPACITY 7, lb
SEATING CAPACITY 5
HEADROOM, F/R / in
LEGROOM, F/R / in
SHOULDER ROOM, F/R / in
CARGO VOLUME BEH F/R / cu ft
TEST DATA
ACCELERATION TO MPH
sec
PASSING, MPH
QUARTER MILE sec @ mph
BRAKING, MPH ft
LATERAL ACCELERATION g (avg)
MT FIGURE EIGHT sec @ g (avg)
TOP-GEAR REVS @ 60 MPH 1, rpm
CONSUMER INFO
BASE PRICE $83,
PRICE AS TESTED $89,
STABILITY/TRACTION CONTROL Yes/yes
AIRBAGS Dual front, front side, f/r curtain, driver knee
BASIC WARRANTY 4 yrs/50, miles
POWERTRAIN WARRANTY 4 yrs/50, miles
ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE 4 yrs/50, miles
FUEL CAPACITY gal
EPA CITY/HWY/COMB ECON 17/23/19 mpg
ENERGY CONS., CITY/HWY / kW-hrs/ miles
CO2 EMISSIONS, COMB lb/mile
REAL MPG, CITY/HWY/COMB // mpg
RECOMMENDED FUEL Unleaded premium
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