Revised styling and engine upgrades for the 2010 Land Rover Ranger Rover are just two of the many selling points for this luxury SUV that seats up to five passengers. The base engine for the Range Rover is a new 5.0L V8 which produces 375 hp. The Supercharged version gets a boost to 510 hp. Both engines are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission and full-time 4WD. The list of standard equipment and safety features is long and luxurious. The tail lights now feature LEDs for better visibility and the rear seats can recline for increased comfort.Read more Read less
The 2010 Land Rover Range Rover gets a new engine lineup, new active-safety technology, new braking systems and suspension technology, and slightly upgraded interior and exterior styling. It's not quite a complete redesign, but the 2010 Range Rover received some welcomed attention.
Off-road prowess; excellent ride quality; lavish interior; acceleration and braking; high-tech safety and convenience features; opportunity for customization
The Range Rover has long been the king of luxury sport-utility vehicles, and for 2010 it becomes even better focused toward its dual tasks--a prestige luxury feel and off-road prowess. New engines, combined with a revised Terrain Response system, should help provide better performance than most other vehicles in this class on- or off-road, while thanks to a number of interior improvements the Range Rover's cabin now looks and feels contemporary yet exclusive. Prices can easily exceed the $100k mark for the Supercharged models, but there's no other vehicle in this class that so blends top technology and refinement with a uniquely British--or Land Rover--look and feel.