MT reviews: Range Rover Autobiography TDV6

The new Range Rover may cost a lot but you get five cars for the price of one, says Sathnam Sanghera.

by Sathnam Sanghera
Range Rover Autobiography TDV6
Range Rover Autobiography TDV6

Whenever I claim, as I often do, that the diesel Range Rover is the best car in the world, people usually object on the grounds of the car's: (a) negative impact on the environment; (b) tedious omnipresence; and (c) cost.

I've always managed a retort, but I'm delighted to say the new incarnation of the car makes the job much easier.

Take the green thing, for instance. The all-new Range Rover has an aluminium monocoque that gives it a 420kg weight saving over the outgoing model and a 3.0-litre TDV6 engine, which is just as powerful as the previous 4.4-litre number, so it is no more polluting than the average saloon.

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