I have had the heady experience of driving Range Rovers all over the world in the most remote locations, including that zig-zag scrap of a path called Black Bear Pass leading down out of the Rocky Mountains and into the town of Telluride, Colorado. Even though I haven't done this sort of extreme off-road driving in several years, driving Range Rovers will forever mean driving the most capable off-road vehicles known to man. Add the leather, the gorgeous wood, the padded steering wheel, and the big price tag, and I will always say it's worth it. Because I know what it can really do.
Jean Jennings, President & Editor-in-Chief