"6'2" and car feels like I'm driving a recliner chair. Accelerates wonderfully for a car this size. Turns on a dime. Electronics are clunky- GPS difficult to use, radio only a little less so. Biggest problem: service. Not helpful, often closed on weekends, expensive, nothing like my old Lexus, where advisors fell all over themselves to make things right."
Cons: "Mechanical, electrical, and platform issues"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 1
"Purchased 2014 Ranger Rover Supercharged 8 months ago, but had problems from the get-go, such as defective timing chain, worn out cylinder gasket (leaking oil), air suspension compressor malfunction, alternator short-circuit, etc... The chassis is firm but too much body roll and noisy when turn at any angle. The level of NVH is higher than other luxury SUVs, and the supercharged engine is really loud when accelerating and passing on highway. This SUV is not what it cracked up to be, period. Plan to trade-in soon when still under warranty."
"Very plush. Very comfortable. Turns on a dime. The drawback is that it is full of inferior made parts. Sensors, modulators and drive shafts. Problems galore after 50,000 miles on a vehicle that never left the pavement and was parked in a carpeted garage."
"Just sold my 2014 Range Rover and quite relieved that this albatross is finally off my back. Though I enjoyed driving it, I simply couldn't drive it everyday because it had to go to the "doctor" on average twice a week to have problems fixed. Will switch to a M-B or Lexus in the near future."
"My 2012 Sport is my first Rover. I winter in AZ and summer in MN. I drive in MN snow, ice etc and dessert off road in AZ. City driving is light and agile for such a heavy vehicle. Because of it's rock climbing ability, the steering is designed to turn on a dime making u turns and parking like no other. I have more aggressive Nito tires and am amazed at the lack of road noise. Cross country trips are comfortable to the point of relaxing. I'd like the drivers seat in my living room."