Used Range Rover
There's no car in the world that combines luxury, style and performance in the way that a Range Rover can. With sleek bodywork and some inner-workings that could put a supercar to shame, the Range Rover is without doubt the car of choice for many professionals today.
The first ever Range Rover rolled off the production line in 1970 and since then the model has firmly implanted itself into the fabric of modern society. In fact, its design is recognised and heralded that it was even exhibited in the Louvre as an example of an "exemplary work of industrial design". Anyone looking at the Range Rover now will see that this "exemplary" design is still very much evident. Just take a look at the beautiful design of the front of the car or the aggressive yet stylish contours of the body to see proof of this.
Range Rover isn't all about style though, as there is a massive emphasis on performance as well - which is one of the reasons why it is seen as the perfect car for those living in rural locations, as well as those living in more urban surroundings. All new Range Rovers are powered either by a meaty V8 or a TDV8 engine, which both have the power to deal with any situation and the car can also reach a top speed of 130mph, which is extraordinary for a car of this size. The 5.0-litre V8 petrol engine is an exemplary example of British engineering with a torque of 625Nm for all that essential off-roading. The alternative engine is a 4.4-litre TDV8 diesel with more modest costs and capabilities. The TDV8 produces 309bhp and 700Nm of torque which is more than the petrol option. Where the 5.0-litre petrol gets a six-speed automatic gearbox, the TDV8 has an eight-speed unit specially optimised to make the most of all that torque.
The brakes and other components are also built to a very high spec, to ensure maximum performance and safety.
Talking of safety, the Range Rover has a number of features designed to keep both passengers and pedestrians safe. Each Range Rover has nice airbags that deploy in the case of a collision, and they also have rear-view cameras, parking sensors and collision switches, which unlock the doors if the vehicle is involved in a collision.
Blind spots have also been eliminated by the blind spot monitoring device built into the vehicle, although this is an optional feature. It must also be remembered that the sheer size of the Range Rover is something that will assist with passenger safety as well.
The final aspect of any car that needs to be looked at is the environmental impact that it has, and while the engine might not be the friendliest in the world, it is surprisingly economical for a car of this stature. When driven sensibly, the Range Rover can reach fuel efficiency of up to 30mpg, and the fact that they run on diesel also means that fuel bills will be considerably lower - something that is important to consider when prices seem to be rising continuously at the moment. The new Range Rover also has a 7% better emission rating than the previous model, proving the commitment the manufacturers have to contributing towards a more environmentally friendly world.
It is clear to see that the latest Range Rover is the best yet, in terms of style, performance, safety and environmental friendliness. If you are looking for a new addition to the garage, then the Range Rover could well be the perfect choice for you...