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Range Rover is one of the most well known luxury automobile brands in the world. First designed by the Englishman Charles Spencer King, the British carmaker known as Land Rover began making Range Rover vehicles in 1970. The brand went on to become hugely successful, selling in great numbers around the world. With Range Rover now being a subsidiary of Jaguar Land Rover, the vehicle serves as a flagship model for the company and is a highly regarded, large luxury vehicle.
Land Rover Discovery
Industry professionals often hail the Land Rover Discovery as the car that started it all. Unique when it was first revealed to urban drivers in 1989, it is an off-road focused 4x4 vehicle that is as comfortable and luxurious as many compact executive cars. The Discovery has proved to be a best seller around the world, selling particularly well in the United States. It is a hardy vehicle perfectly suited to operating on difficult terrain, but is also a long, wide, family-friendly vehicle with a generously sized boot. This ensures the Discovery remains a sensible choice for both outdoor enthusiasts and family friendly executive motorists alike.
Range Rover Sport
The first generation of Range Rover Sport vehicles were originally produced in 2005. The Range Rover Sport has since evolved through several different models but remains at its heart, a luxury vehicle that is as comfortable in the city as it is in the wilds. The vehicle remains one of the most rugged and effective all terrain vehicles available to civilian drivers, and features a unique Terrain Response System that will allow the vehicle to safely navigate even the most difficult terrain. A large and powerful engine and a plush interior finish the package, and the Range Rover Sport remains a favourite with luxury drivers who want power and performance to work seamlessly alongside comfort and style.
Range Rover vehicles continue to be highly sought after by affluent motorists, and the brand is instantly recognisable around the world. Though new vehicles can be extremely expensive, they are particularly robust and can provide years of service. Combined with their ability to navigate hardy terrain, they are common in South Africa, and there is a large market for secondhand Ranger Rover vehicles throughout the country.