2018 Land Rover Range Rover - Price, Photos, Reviews & Features

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2018 Land Rover Range Rover

MPG

City 13 - 22 MPG Hwy 19 - 28 MPG

Safety Rating

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Overall Rating:
3.3 (out of 5)
Value 3.2
Exterior 4.3
Interior 4.1
Comfort 3.9
Performance 3.4
Reliability 3.3
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Nightmare Ownership Experience

by Blair from Atlanta, GA | April 13, 2020

In all the vehicles I have purchased both personally and professionally I can only good to excellent experiences with the vehicle ownership albeit there may be a hiccup here and there, but that's to be expected. After experiencing multiple issues with the 2018 Range Rover vehicle in less than a month of ownership and only having actual possession of the vehicle for 18 days in that month long period due to the time the dealership had it for the initial repairs it became clear the Range Rover I purchased was a lemon. It broke down for the first time not but a few miles from the dealership on the date of purchase. The battery light came on even though the dealership said the issue was a fuel sensor which was repaired. They assured me this issue would not occur again. Then the check engine light began coming on and going off seemingly randomly. Not yet having a permanent tag for the vehicle while experiencing multiple issues in less than a month clearly points to this being a problem vehicle, right? Well Land Rover didn't think so... they only said my vehicle didn't yet qualify for a re-purchase because the dealership was continuing to service the problems I was experiencing. So, if I understand that correctly, as long as they're attempting to correct the problems, no matter how many I experience over how long a period of time, this vehicle isn't a lemon deserving of a re-purchase even though I can't drive it more than half the time. Yes, let's allow that to sink in a moment... The initial breakdown issue continues to re-surface despite the dealership supposedly repairing the problem each and every time. I can't know when or where I will be stranded. Good thing Land Rover Roadside Assistance is open during business hours on business days... oh wait, that doesn't help me outside of business hours on weekdays or anytime on weekends. Save yourself, don't buy any Land Rover product. They may be pretty and be loaded up with features and tech, but they're simply overpriced garbage that will bring undue stress and frustration into your life.

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Looks and drives great

by H2omd0 from Toledo | February 21, 2020

We love the seats, and the open clear window top. The screen for the cars operation is centered and larger than most we just love everything about this car.

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I suspect this car will be a lemon

by Ken from Bend Oregon | August 02, 2019

Electronic woes from the beginning. The 1 year service addressed none of the problems. Service horror. 7,000 miles and traded. This $120,00 dream car that we specially ordered was truly a disappointment.

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2018 Land Rover Range Rover Overview

The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover is a five-passenger luxury SUV with two wheelbase versions: the standard wheelbase (115-inches) and the long wheelbase (122.8-inches). It has an aluminum, lightweight construction for improved fuel efficiency and maximum cargo/towing capacity of 82.8 cubic feet/7,716 pounds.

Three engines are available for the standard wheelbase Range Rover: a supercharged 3.0-liter V-6, a turbo-diesel 3.0-liter V-6, and a supercharged 5.0-liter V-8. The supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 is the only option for the long wheelbase Range Rover. All engines are mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive (4WD).