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2004 Land Rover Range Rover REVIEW logo 4/4/2017

Con: High price, poor reputation for build quality, difficult-to-use stereo and navigation system.

Pro: Pleasant to drive and ride in on pavement, sumptuous interior, class-leading off-road capability.

Edmunds Say: Designed and engineered by BMW, the Range Rover offers an optimum blend of on-road comfort and off-road capability in a stylish and well-trimmed package. If you can afford the price of admission, this is one British SUV that won't disappoint.

What’s New: For 2004, the Range Rover gets an even more luxurious leather interior; buyers also now have the option of outfitting the vehicle with Contour 14-way electrically adjustable seats. A new limited-edition trim -- the Westminster Edition -- has been added; only 300 of these vehicles are slated for production. Each Westminster Edition Range Rover features pearlescent paint, 20-inch alloy wheels, leather-covered dash and center console areas, rain-sensing windshield wipers, leather Contour seats and an abundance of polished hardwood. This trim level comes in Java Black and Bonatti Grey exteriors.


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