Your car agent can only answer so much when you ask about a vehicle’s dependability. In this instance, the Range Rover’s reliability. Lucky for you, Land Rover gathered the most frequently asked questions about the Range Rover should you decide to get one.
Range Rover Reliability | Things You Need to Know
In this article:
- How Many Colors Can You Choose From?
- What are the Safety Features Available in the Range Rover?
- What Features are Included in its Interior?
- How Fast can the Range Rover Go?
- What is the Difference Between the Old and New Range Rover?
How Many Colors Can You Choose From?
We often decide what car to buy depending on its engine power, its size, and its appearance/color. Zooming in on the latter, here are the color variants available for the Range Rover.
- Fuji White
- Indus Silver
- Siberian Silver
- Ipanema Silver
- Firenze red
- Marmaris teal
- Santorini Black
- Baltic Blue
- Aintree Green
- Nara Bronze
- Orkney Grey
- Mariana Black
- Barolo Black
What are the Safety Features Available in the Range Rover?
As the saying goes, “With great power comes great responsibility” and Land Rover took that to heart when they developed the Range Rover. It has a wide array of safety features that include airbags for the driver and all passenger seats, Hill Descent Control (HDC), Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), an ever-valuable Emergency Assist, ABS, and EBD. What’s more, all these features are available in every variant of the vehicle.
What Features are Included in its Interior?
The Range Rover isn’t considered as a superior SUV for nothing. The Range Rover can accommodate up to seven people like a standard SUV but has lots of features that separate it from the competition. Noise is greatly reduced thanks to its 6mm car window glass. Also, a peaceful nap is possible because of its reclining seats that adjust up to 40 degrees complemented by 1206mm of legroom. The air flowing inside is guaranteed to be pollution and odor-free, thanks to its cabin air ionization system. The rear-seat entertainment system includes two 10-inch touchscreen TVs that can go full HD and also has a central panel console which includes eight ports for charging and other multimedia add-ons.
How Fast can the Range Rover Go?
The Range Rover can accelerate from 0-100 kph in 7.5 seconds while its top speed is set at 160 mph. The fuel tank capacity is 125-Litres. Its peak power varies depending on the car’s variant which you can check out here.
What is the Difference Between the Old and New Range Rover?
The 2018 Range Rover edition added another iteration in their line-up and is called the LWB Autobiography Black edition. The new model is available with both gasoline and diesel versions. What sets it apart from the other edition is it has a longer wheelbase which translates to a bigger space for rear passengers by 180mm. Its interior and sides are covered with leather and the car is powered by a 4.4-litre oil burner that equates to 335bhp. The engine of this vehicle comes with a 5.0-litre V8 mill that delivers power worth 503bhp.
Curious to see how the Range Rover will perform long-term? Watch this video by Auto Express to find out:
The 2018 Range Rover sure is a beauty not only on the inside and out, but also under the hood. Its masterful interior and exterior design and capacity to cross rough terrains all add up to top-notch reliability. If all your questions have been answered and you have made up your mind to purchase this vehicle, proceed to this link.
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