|Premium large SUV; Built in England|
|Good condition price range: $53,000 – $103,000*|
2010 Land Rover Range Rover front
2010 Land Rover Range Rover rear
2010 Land Rover Range Rover interior
2010 Land Rover Range Rover
Range Rover stands out among premium SUVs for its balance of on-road manners, off-road ability, and high-class accommodations. The Supercharged model brings even more power to the table, but at a hefty price premium–new or used. Less-expensive alternatives offer similar performance and better fuel economy, but for Range Rover’s well-heeled shoppers, little else will do.
The 2010 Land Rover Range Rover got freshened styling and new engines. Seating five, Land Rover’s flagship SUV came in HSE and Supercharged trim levels. The HSE held a new 375-horsepower 5.0-liter V8, which replaced a 305-horsepower 4.4-liter V8. The top-line Supercharged model had a supercharged 510-horsepower 5.0-liter V8, which replaced a 400-horsepower 4.2-liter V8. A six-speed automatic with manual shift gate was the lone transmission. Every Range Rover had all-wheel drive with low-range gearing. Also standard was Land Rover’s Terrain-Response system, which had a console switch that enabled the driver to change suspension and powertrain calibrations to accommodate normal driving, slippery pavement, mud, sand, and low-speed off-roading. Hill descent control also was standard. An electronic adaptive suspension was standard on the Supercharged model and optional on the HSE.
Standard safety features included antilock braking, traction control, an antiskid system with rollover sensing, front-side airbags, curtain-side airbags, and front knee airbags. A navigation system, rearview camera, front- and rear-obstacle detection, and wireless cell-phone link were standard. Blind-spot alert was available, as was a “Surround-Camera” system that could show the driver nearly the entire circumference of the exterior on the navigation screen. An optional Luxury Interior Package for HSE models included 14-way heated and cooled front seats, upgraded leather and wood interior trim, an adaptive front-lighting system, auto-dimming exterior mirrors, and 20-inch wheels and tires. Supercharged models could be equipped with an Autobiography Package that included upgraded leather and wood interior trim, rear-seat entertainment, four-zone air conditioning, adaptive cruise control, HD radio, and specific wheels and badging. Large premium SUV competitors included the Audi Q7, Cadillac Escalade, and Infiniti QX56.
|2011 Range Rover
The 2011 Range Rover saw few changes.
|2012 Range Rover
There were no changes of note to the 2012 Land Rover Range Rover.