New 2016 Land Rover Range Rover Quotes

Performance

The new lighter model of Range Rover has a more efficient engine, the 258bhp 3.0-litre TDV6 which matches the old 4.4-litre V8 diesel version, without being hard on fuel. The SDV8 Range Rover model is capable of running 0-60mph in 6.5 seconds with measured acceleration and easy cruising. Comparably, the Porsche Cayenne boosts at a much slower speed of 6.7 seconds and has only a top speed of 135mph compared with the Range Rover’s 138mph top speed. The top performer in the range is the 5.0-litre V8 which will propel the car from zero to 60mph in 5.4 seconds. To book a test drive with any of these models book at askaprice.com.

Running Costs

Older versions of the Range Rover have been notorious for their inefficient fuel consumption, much has been done to improve its running costs.The TDV6 engine model stands at the cheapest to run as it will return 37.7mpg of fuel economy and has a CO2 emissions output standing at 200g/km. The standard entry level price of the Range Rover sticks at around £71,000.Although one of the most expensive models of car to run, the Range Rover is second to none for performance, what you gain in speed and comfort will outweigh what you pay in running costs.

Equipment

As with other models in the range, the Range Rover packs an impressive kit, entry level Vogue models will include 20-inch alloy wheels and a space saver spare wheel comes as standard along with digital TV and radio, sat-nav plus an automatically opening tailgate and self-parking system.In the Vogue SE you can expect cruise control, a dual-view screen and soft door closing. Top of the range is the Range Rover autobiography which features a panoramic roof, heated steering wheel and larger alloys and specified Executive Class packs will include rear massage seats. Full details of all models can be found in our brochure.