A carry-over from 2006, the Range Rover is a full-size luxury SUV offered in HSE trim level, with either a 4.4-liter V8 engine that produces 300 horsepower, or the supercharged version that has a 4.2-liter V8 engine generating 400 horsepower. Either way, you get four-wheel-drive and a six-speed automatic transmission.Read more Read less
Land Rover's flagship model, the Range Rover, gets the Terrain Response system as standard equipment for 2007, and a new electronically controlled rear-axle differential is optional on the HSE model and standard on the SC. An electronically controlled parking brake is also new. After getting a revised powertrain lineup for 2006, the Range Rover's interior gets a redesign for 2007, with a new climate control system, new trim and switchgear, and new storage bins. A driver's knee air bag is now standard, front seats incorporate whiplash-reducing head restraints, and cool-air ventilation for the front seats is now standard on SC and available on HSE.
Off-road ability; acceleration (SC); Terrain Response system; versatile ride; interior comfort.
Land Rover's Range Rover has few peers and stands as one of the most luxurious and off-road-capable sport utility vehicles at any price. For 2007, the overall package is more attractive, as the Range Rover has a redesigned interior and high-comfort features like the cooled, ventilated seats.