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2005 Land Rover Range Rover REVIEW logo 4/4/2017

Con: High price, cabin ergonomics still aren't the best, engine could use more low-end torque, a few low-grade interior materials.

Pro: Comfortable ride and handling on and off the pavement, classy yet rugged interior, spacious backseat, high level of off-road capability.

Edmunds Say: Designed and engineered by BMW, the Range Rover offers a satisfying 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 luxury SUV that won't disappoint.

What’s New: The Range Rover's electronic systems -- navigation, audio and telecommunications -- are all new and completely integrated using fiber optics. The new DVD-based navigation system uses a VGA display, which is brighter and has better resolution than last year's LCD unit. A 4x4 driver interface graphically displays vehicle settings and positions, such as the angle of the front wheels, the suspension setting and the direction of travel. The Harman Kardon Logic 7 audio system has been boosted to 710 watts playing through 14 speakers. A Bluetooth wireless cell phone interface has also been added.


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