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The True BEAST by Puddle Jumper on 09/15/2004. Trim: 1992 Land Rover Range Rover County, Owned 3 years.
Pros: Talk about a BEAST!!! She'll eat up a mountain side, a washed out creek bed, or a river crossing and still want more when we get back on the road to go home.
Cons: The nickle and dime stuff just doesn't do anything for me. Little things that keep breaking ... It could be worse though, I could have to pull up in a Jeep
Overall review: People can talk bad about a Range Rover all they want but when push comes to shove, the Range Rover is the most capable off road vehicle ever built. Look into history, folks .... the Willy's Jeep was fashioned after The Land Rover Series I. What other car line in the world can tout that over 50% of their vehicles produced since 1949 are still on the road today. My hat's off to the Brits, they make a fine piece of machinery.
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Classic County by An MSN Autos Consumer on 03/27/2006. Trim: 1992 Land Rover Range Rover County, Owned 3 years.
Pros: The off road capabilities are excellent, and refined.
Cons: At high speed it does't feel comforting, and leaves you a bit on edge. Say 75+ MPH.
Overall review: I would recommend this SUV for anybody who is very active and would make use of it's full potential. Reliability could leave something to be desired.
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RR Classic by An MSN Autos Consumer on 01/08/2005. Trim: 1992 Land Rover Range Rover County, Owned 6 years.
Pros: Almost everything except the slow performance of the engine and the outdated interior.
Cons: Slow performance of the 3.9, however has lots of torque...great for towing and 4x4ing. Outdated interior dashboard just feels too old for a '92
Overall review: Love the RR Classic
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Off Road Warrior by Seattle off-roader on 12/11/2004. Trim: 1992 Land Rover Range Rover Standard, Owned 4 years.
Pros: Elegant, style, extreme off-road capabilities.
Cons: Do not expect to get the same gas milage as your Toyota Corolla gets. This machine is a gas eater. Expensive maintanence and parts.
Overall review: This is not a "SUV" to go shopping or take kids to school.
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The best offroad vehicle, with style by David, Boulder on 06/22/2004. Trim: 1992 Land Rover Range Rover Standard, Owned 5 years.
Pros: The simple elegant design is not only functional, but can be easily modified, unlike later models. The offroad prowess is difficult to beat. I've pulled many vehicles from other makers out of spots I've walked through. The elevated stance and huge vertical windows allow for great visibility. Other than a few issues that I've had to keep my eye on, it has been very reliable
Cons: The stock 3.9L engine is underpowered. Great torque, but it could use more horses to keep a full load climbing hills at a constant speed. Granted, I've got a few hundred pounds of extra gear (upgraded front and rear bumper, rock sliders, and lockers) as well as 33
Overall review: It doesn't get good milage, parts are expensive, and you'll have to downshift going up hills, but if you want a tough truck that will get you where you need to go, the Range Rover fits the bill. I go places in Colorado and Utah that Ford Explorers dream of, and frankly, in my experience, the Rover is much more reliable. I plan on keeping mine for a very long time.
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