A couple of prominent auto publications have had the privilege of getting their hands on one of the brand new 2013 Range Rovers, and have published reviews on their first driving experiences. It should come as no surprise that the long overdue Range Rover upgrade was well worth the wait.
“The suspension (double wishbones in front and a multilink rear) has plenty of travel for off-roading, but body control is impressive—there's a lot less body roll than before. The terrain-response control now has an auto mode, which uses probability estimators and adjusts the suspension, engine, transmission and center diff to the best setup. We drove the Range Rover on sand, over rocks and through mini rivers that were roads before the rains came—the SUV never missed a beat. That didn't surprise us.” Read More!
“The decision to take a chance on an aluminium chassis for a vehicle of this type paid off handsomely. The 2013 Land Rover Range Rover has a considerably different, and altogether more pleasant, feel behind the wheel. It feels smaller, more responsive and quicker to change direction. The sometimes jarring ride could probably be cured with some smaller wheels and less aggressive tires, but we doubt many owners will bother to make the swap.
Like most of the Range Rovers before it, this one is as much about prestige as it is about capability and comfort. Land Rover was smart to keep the look, the luxury and even the big wheels and tires. The fact that it's more efficient, too, will most likely come as a nice surprise to owners who couldn't care less.” More on the 2013 Range Rover Here!
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