2014 Land Rover Range Rover
41,576 Miles | Saint Augustine, FL
$48,155
Est $694/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2011 Land Rover Range Rover
55,764 Miles | Stockbridge, GA
$29,998
Est $432/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2015 Land Rover Range Rover
32,054 Miles | Littleton, CO
$59,998
Est $865/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2015 Land Rover Range Rover
29,146 Miles | Loveland, CO
$61,998
Est $894/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2015 Land Rover Range Rover
37,043 Miles | Schaumburg, IL
$59,998
Est $865/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2015 Land Rover Range Rover
44,642 Miles | Schaumburg, IL
$61,998
Est $894/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2015 Land Rover Range Rover
35,057 Miles | Oak Lawn, IL
$61,998
Est $894/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2015 Land Rover Range Rover
48,323 Miles | King Of Prussia, PA
$69,998
Est $1,009/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2015 Land Rover Range Rover
48,730 Miles | Daytona Beach, FL
$65,998
Est $951/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2014 Land Rover Range Rover
54,604 Miles | Commerce, CA
$60,600
Est $873/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2014 Land Rover Range Rover
47,206 Miles | Commerce, CA
$50,250
Est $724/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2013 Land Rover Range Rover
42,369 Miles | Placentia, CA
$46,199
Est $666/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2014 Land Rover Range Rover
71,545 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$45,855
Est $661/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2013 Land Rover Range Rover
54,726 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$47,395
Est $683/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2015 Land Rover Range Rover
44,281 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$53,755
Est $775/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2018 Land Rover Range Rover
10,441 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$92,855
Est $1,338/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2011 Land Rover Range Rover
106,537 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$18,855
Est $272/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2016 Land Rover Range Rover
44,836 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$60,855
Est $877/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2016 Land Rover Range Rover
14,363 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$76,855
Est $1,108/mo

Track Price Check Availability

2016 Land Rover Range Rover
35,193 Miles | Miami, FL
$65,999
Est $951/mo

Track Price Check Availability

Land Rover Range Rover Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.4
5 Reviews
Overall
3.4
Value
3.2
Performance
3.6
Style
4.6
Comfort
3.6
Fuel Economy
2.8
Reliability
3.0

Land Rover Range Rover Owner Ratings & Reviews

Write a Review

2010 Land Rover Range Rover - The quality of the vehicle is exceptional. Very smooth riding and not at all noisy. The interior is very durable and holds up very well.

KW
Rolla, Missouri
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
There are several things I like about my Range Rover. I really like how durable it is. I also like how you can pretty much go anywhere in it. You can drive in pretty much any kind of road conditions, it has the options to put it in the right mode based on what kind of road conditions you are traveling on. Another thing I like is the interior of the vehicle is very nice and durable as well. This vehicle also has navigation system in it which is very helpful. I like that it has moon/sun roof not only in the front but also in the back, although you can't open the one in the back except pushing the shade back to be able to look out it. Another plus about this particular car is the heated seats. I really like being able to turn those on in the winter when it is so cold. I also like how fast... (more)
Story
A fun/memorable story that we have had with this vehicle would be climbing the hills to go into the woods to check on the hunting cabin.
Pros
The top positive things about this vehicle would be being able to drive in any kind of road conditions and its durability. The road conditions is a positive thing in my opinion because where I live we get some ice and snow. I really dislike trying to drive in road conditions like these. My husband took the vehicle out the other day when we got about an inch or so of ice and he purposely tried to get the Range Rover to slide and he said it wouldn't slide, it did great. We also like to go off roading some. We enjoy driving up in the hills and whatnot and it gives us no problems at all. We ha... (more)
Cons
This one will be a little harder for more to write about because there truly aren't many negative things about this vehicle. One thing's for sure - I dislike how expensive the parts are on it. With it being a top brand name vehicle, when you have to replace anything on it, it can be very expensive. We have only had to replace the passenger door lock on it because it would not lock whenever you would try to lock it with the keypad once outside of the vehicle. Just to buy the part and not to count the labor involved it was something like $400. So far that has been the only thing we have had ... (more)

2009 Land Rover Range Rover - I love this vehicle due to its appearance and reliability

Tony
Fleming Island, Florida
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
My Range Rover has approximately 80,000 miles on it. I have always wanted one, and we were able to afford one that is now eight years old. It definitely fits the "outback" perception that I had of it! It is a fun vehicle to drive!
Story
Of course, going to the beach in it for the first time! My kids and I loaded up and headed to St. Augustine Beach. We usually have to park and drag everything onto the beach. This day, we were able to drive on it due to having four-wheel drive! My kids and I loved that all we had to do was open the trunk and we were very close to the water.
Pros
I do love that it has four-wheel drive, and it is continuously engaged. I do not have to do anything to engage it. Just select the terrain I am on and it adjusts to that. I live in Florida, so having the four-wheel drive to ride on the beaches is a definite plus! The trunk space is very accommodating for our family of four. My kids are not very young anymore so lots of trunk space is not needed. It has plenty of room for a few suitcases and whatever else we need for a road trip. I love the body style of this vehicle, and I always receive many compliments on it!
Cons
I love the look of it, but the ride isn't very smooth. It definitely rides like an off-road vehicle. One major con is it does have poor fuel economy. For a larger family, this vehicle would not be an option. Overall, it doesn't have an extremely large trunk for an SUV model. The backseats do not have much space. I would say you could fit three smaller framed people in the back, but no more than two adults. Cup holders, let's talk about those. There are only four total. The ones in the backseat are down by the floor (you pull out the tray). My kids always knock their drinks over wh... (more)

1997 Land Rover Range Rover - Don't buy

Jon
Edneyville, North Carolina
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
1.0
I thought I would like this car because living in the mountains the 4x4 seemed like a good idea for me. Buying from a private party I thought I could find a car for my purpose. The car ran good for a couple of months and then I started to have problems. Being that I'm a mechanic, I was able to fix what needed to be fixed. But I did not want the hassle of doing the repairs. Since I have a company vehicle, this was for my family and leisure. My wife has to drive our children to school and run errands so we were looking for a car she and the children would feel safe in.
Story
Don't have any fond memory's of this vehicle since having the problems we had we didn't use the vehicle unless we had to.
Pros
4x4 works fine. Leather interior was what we were looking for, and the engine was economical but had the horsepower for driving in the mountains.
Cons
Tires were not good, heat pump went out after two months of driving. The power steering pump stopped working so I had to buy a new one. The ride was hard and bumpy.

Land Rover Range Rover Generations

Range Rover is both a luxury subbrand of Land Rover and a specific model at the top of the Range Rover lineup. Throughout its four generations, the Range Rover model has always aimed to be among the most luxurious and posh SUVs on the market. Despite this, it’s also traded on Land Rover’s iconic off-road abilities.

2013 - Present (Fourth Generation) L405

The current generation came out in 2012 as a full-sized luxury SUV and is regarded as one of the premier luxury SUVs on the market. It is available as a five-door SUV or three-door SUV for the SV Coupe trim. The transmission is an eight-speed automatic with four-wheel drive and a two-speed transfer case offering high and low range.

Perhaps the most significant update over the previous Range Rover is this version’s all-aluminum unibody construction. This was a unique concept for an SUV at the time and it reduced the Range Rover's weight by over 900 pounds from the previous model.

The new V8 engine is 5.0 liters and comes in two versions. The high-end supercharged version makes 503 horsepower while the regular version makes 370 horsepower.

This Range Rover also features a new air suspension that offers various modes, such as off-road, on-road, extended height and access. The Range Rover's unique Terrain Response System also gives drivers a range of options for traversing a variety of terrain, including rock crawl, snow, mud, sand, gravel and grass. The system reconfigures the vehicle's various four-wheel-drive, traction control and throttle input settings depending on the selection and the terrain.

Safety features on the new Range Rover include controlled acceleration and hill start assist for off-road and brake control, dynamic stability control and rear, driver and passenger airbags.

2003 - 2012 (Third Generation) L322

The third generation was redesigned from the ground up and it largely took cues from BMW design standards, specifically the BMW 7 Series (BMW owned Land Rover at the beginning of this generation’s lifespan but later sold it to Tata).

Because of its BMW ownership, this generation Range Rover started with a BMW V8, but in 2006 it was replaced with the Jaguar Land Rover 4.4-liter or 4.2-liter V8 that made 300 and 400 horsepower respectively.

At this point, only an automatic transmission was available across models. 2010 saw yet another facelift that also added more power and extra equipment options. U.S.-spec Range Rovers included options such as tri-zone climate control, leather-wrapped steering wheel, 12-way power driver's seat, 10-way power front passenger seat, power sunroof, six-disc CD changer, navigation system and a universal garage door opener among other options.

The 2010 update saw a new multicamera system, a new grille, LED lights and 5.0 liter V8 engine options putting out 370 horsepower on lower-end versions and 503 horsepower for the more premium supercharged version.

For North America, a 20th Anniversary Edition was also released in this timeframe. Only 40 were made and they offered the supercharged engine and pearl white paint with a two-tone interior.

1996 - 2002 (Second Generation) P38

The second generation of Range Rover was introduced for the 1996 model year. It offered two V8s: a 4.0-liter that made 190 horsepower and a 4.6-liter that made 225. The 2002 Range Rover offered a four-speed automatic transmission with normal, sport and manual shift modes.

These models included front passenger and driver's side airbags as well as front side airbags. Other safety features included traction control, all-terrain ABS brakes, front crumple zones, child locks for the rear doors and windows, and front seat knee bolsters.

The interior was also upgraded with more luxury and convenience features. A new electronic air suspension was introduced in this generation, which allowed height adjustment determined automatically by speed. Adjustments included access, motorway, standard, off-road and extended off-road.

1988 - 1995 (First Generation) Range Rover Classic

The first generation of Range Rover is known as the Range Rover Classic among enthusiasts. It debuted in Europe in the 1970s but was not sold in America until the 1988 model year. At that point, the previously basic SUV had added luxury trappings, including leather seats and a V8 engine.

Just before release into the American market, the Range Rover redesigned the interior to feature walnut inlay, new door cards and a modern instrument cluster.

Another interior redesign for this generation came in 1994. This one included a soft-feel dashboard, new switches and instruments (these late models became known as the "soft dash" Range Rovers). These SUVs used coil springs from the beginning, which was different from the usual leaf springs of rival large SUVs at the time. Because it was heavy, the Range Rover also had four-wheel disc brakes for added stopping power.

Range Rovers entering the U.S. market had electronic fuel injection since that was an upgrade the brand made globally in 1986. The 1989 model year saw a 3.9-liter engine with 182 horsepower introduced, and in 1992 this was upgraded to a 4.2-liter engine that put out 200 horsepower. These models used an automatic transmission and permanent all-wheel-drive.

Land Rover Range Rover Generations

Range Rover is both a luxury subbrand of Land Rover and a specific model at the top of the Range Rover lineup. Throughout its four generations, the Range Rover model has always aimed to be among the most luxurious and posh SUVs on the market. Despite this, it’s also traded on Land Rover’s iconic off-road abilities.

2013 - Present (Fourth Generation) L405

The current generation came out in 2012 as a full-sized luxury SUV and is regarded as one of the premier luxury SUVs on the market. It is available as a five-door SUV or three-door SUV for the SV Coupe trim. The transmission is an eight-speed automatic with four-wheel drive and a two-speed transfer case offering high and low range.

Perhaps the most significant update over the previous Range Rover is this version’s all-aluminum unibody construction. This was a unique concept for an SUV at the time and it reduced the Range Rover's weight by over 900 pounds from the previous model.

The new V8 engine is 5.0 liters and comes in two versions. The high-end supercharged version makes 503 horsepower while the regular version makes 370 horsepower.

This Range Rover also features a new air suspension that offers various modes, such as off-road, on-road, extended height and access. The Range Rover's unique Terrain Response System also gives drivers a range of options for traversing a variety of terrain, including rock crawl, snow, mud, sand, gravel and grass. The system reconfigures the vehicle's various four-wheel-drive, traction control and throttle input settings depending on the selection and the terrain.

Safety features on the new Range Rover include controlled acceleration and hill start assist for off-road and brake control, dynamic stability control and rear, driver and passenger airbags.

2003 - 2012 (Third Generation) L322

The third generation was redesigned from the ground up and it largely took cues from BMW design standards, specifically the BMW 7 Series (BMW owned Land Rover at the beginning of this generation’s lifespan but later sold it to Tata).

Because of its BMW ownership, this generation Range Rover started with a BMW V8, but in 2006 it was replaced with the Jaguar Land Rover 4.4-liter or 4.2-liter V8 that made 300 and 400 horsepower respectively.

At this point, only an automatic transmission was available across models. 2010 saw yet another facelift that also added more power and extra equipment options. U.S.-spec Range Rovers included options such as tri-zone climate control, leather-wrapped steering wheel, 12-way power driver's seat, 10-way power front passenger seat, power sunroof, six-disc CD changer, navigation system and a universal garage door opener among other options.

The 2010 update saw a new multicamera system, a new grille, LED lights and 5.0 liter V8 engine options putting out 370 horsepower on lower-end versions and 503 horsepower for the more premium supercharged version.

For North America, a 20th Anniversary Edition was also released in this timeframe. Only 40 were made and they offered the supercharged engine and pearl white paint with a two-tone interior.

1996 - 2002 (Second Generation) P38

The second generation of Range Rover was introduced for the 1996 model year.

It offered two V8s: a 4.0-liter that made 190 horsepower and a 4.6-liter that made 225.

The 2002 Range Rover offered a four-speed automatic transmission with normal, sport and manual shift modes.

These models included front passenger and driver's side airbags as well as front side airbags. Other safety features included traction control, all-terrain ABS brakes, front crumple zones, child locks for the rear doors and windows, and front seat knee bolsters.

The interior was also upgraded with more luxury and convenience features. A new electronic air suspension was introduced in this generation, which allowed height adjustment determined automatically by speed. Adjustments included access, motorway, standard, off-road and extended off-road.

1988 - 1995 (First Generation) Range Rover Classic

The first generation of Range Rover is known as the Range Rover Classic among enthusiasts. It debuted in Europe in the 1970s but was not sold in America until the 1988 model year. At that point, the previously basic SUV had added luxury trappings, including leather seats and a V8 engine.

Just before release into the American market, the Range Rover redesigned the interior to feature walnut inlay, new door cards and a modern instrument cluster.

Another interior redesign for this generation came in 1994. This one included a soft-feel dashboard, new switches and instruments (these late models became known as the "soft dash" Range Rovers).
These SUVs used coil springs from the beginning, which was different from the usual leaf springs of rival large SUVs at the time. Because it was heavy, the Range Rover also had four-wheel disc brakes for added stopping power.

Range Rovers entering the U.S. market had electronic fuel injection since that was an upgrade the brand made globally in 1986. The 1989 model year saw a 3.9-liter engine with 182 horsepower introduced, and in 1992 this was upgraded to a 4.2-liter engine that put out 200 horsepower. These models used an automatic transmission and permanent all-wheel-drive.

Land Rover Range Rover Pricing Analysis

Active Listings
Mileage

December 2018 Nationwide Land Rover Range Rover Prices

Land Rover Range Rover News