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Gaydon’s baby Range Rover has matured fast for its second model generation. Remarkably refined, genuinely luxurious – although mid-range petrol power might not suit it best
Fourth Range Rover model has abundant style but how much breadth of ability does the Velar really have?
Is this a triumph of style over substance, or is the fifth-gen Land Rover Discovery the best yet?
The Land Rover Evoque Convertible is an odd fish - although the firm has battered, fried and served it up appropriately enough. Just don't look at the price
We drive - and fittingly, are driven in - JLR's latest Special Vehicle Operations creation: the ultra-luxurious Range Rover SVAutobiography
JLR’s first ‘special vehicle’ is big on charm, pace, capability and driver engagement. Expertly judged and executed
The new Land Rover Discovery Sport is the successor to the Freelander
The Freelander's replacement goes big on prettiness and packaging, and as a result becomes the class leader
The Land Rover Discovery has an unbeatable combination of practicality, off-road ability and on-road manners
The Range Rover Sport offers just the right dynamic twist on the well trodden SUV formula
The Range Rover Evoque draws heavily on style as a selling point, but also possesses the substance to back it up
The fourth-generation Range Rover is here to be judged as a luxury car as much as it is a 4x4
Charming and likeable luxury SUV offers polished Land Rover handling for a price
The Land Rover Defender is an institution and unbeatable off road, if crude on it
The Land Rover Freelander is classy and comfortable, but potentially pricey