All-wheel drive is standard for all trims.
There is a diesel-fueled engine available.
The V8 engine delivers immediate acceleration to haul its mass with ease.
The effort required in steering has a progressive response and changing direction is easy.
Advanced safety and driver aids are available for the base trim.
All trims have the option of up to 22-inch wheels.
All trims have the option for the panoramic sunroof.
The ride height can be lowered so stepping into the cabin is less of a stretch.
The first and second rows have ample legroom and headroom.
The seats are comfortable even on long drives.
The seats are supportive and the heating and ventilating functions add to the experience.
The range of adjustability of the front seats allows most passengers to fit comfortably.
The ride quality is compliant over bumps and cracks and harshness is hardly felt.
Road and wind noise are kept at bay to maintain a relaxed interior atmosphere.
Nosedive is still present when braking suddenly because of its weight.
There are no official safety ratings from the NHTSA and IIHS yet.
The third row feels cramped and suits shorter passengers and kids better.
The side panel accents from the Range Rover Sport isn’t available.
Fuel efficiency is compromised when specifying the more powerful engine.
The price increases significantly with all the options available.
It is an expensive choice when other SUVs can accommodate more people and have a bigger cargo capacity.