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Land Rover model guide

Land Rover’s entire range is exclusively made up of SUVs and off-roaders. Originally, the brand only offered one model – the Land Rover – but it quickly expanded with new nameplates including the Range Rover and, later, the Discovery.

The smallest model in Land Rover’s current lineup is also one of its most popular. The Evoque SUV starts off with the same effortless British style you’d expect from a Range Rover, but squeezes it into a more compact, city-friendly package. Choose from smooth petrol and diesel engines mated to an eight-speed automatic gearbox, or select the plug-in hybrid P300e version to cut your fuel bills.

Next up is the Land Rover Discovery Sport. This model might be among the smaller choices in the Land Rover lineup but it still offers huge amounts of interior room for families, and most versions come with seven seats for added practicality. Entry-level models offer decent standard specification, but R-Dynamic variants add some welcome sporty styling and choice interior upgrades.

Jumping a little higher in the range, we find the Range Rover Velar. This relatively recent addition to the Land Rover lineup borrows its name from one of the earliest Range Rover concept cars but, inside, feels thoroughly up to date. The Velar might lose some of the outright practicality of the Discovery Sport, but gains some welcome luxurious touches helping it feel like a cut above.

If you like your car to do a little bit of everything, consider the Land Rover Discovery. This vast seven-seat SUV offers even more room than its smaller Discovery Sport sibling along with a healthy selection of additional luxury touches, earning its higher price tag. It was built from the ground up to ford streams and climb mountains, so you can be sure it’ll cope with whatever the British weather throws at you.

The penultimate stop in the brand’s luxury lineup is the Range Rover Sport. Inside, you’ll find the premium materials and modern styling that’s become a hallmark of the company’s cars. Naturally, there’s loads of space and the option for a sixth and seventh seat in the boot if you need to squeeze more passengers in.

If luxury and space are your priorities, however, look no further than the ‘full-fat’ Land Rover Range Rover. This model gets the first pick of all the most up-to-date on-board technologies offered by JLR (Jaguar Land Rover), along with the most powerful engines giving it effortless acceleration. It’ll be nearly unstoppable if you drive it off road but remember to take your wellies off before you get back in because there’s an awful lot of leather that you could accidentally stain.

Rounding off the range is the Land Rover Defender. The new version keeps the same spirit as its iconic predecessor, with a plush-yet-rugged cabin that can be hosed down if needed, and peerless off-road technology that’ll keep you moving whatever the world throws at you. The second-generation Defender also gets a wealth of creature comforts along with a cabin that’s actually wide enough for adults to sit next to one another without barging shoulders.


Land Rovers have a well-earned reputation for not getting stuck even in the trickiest of driving conditions. However, the brand doesn’t tend to do so well when it comes to reliability, often scoring poorly across several longevity surveys. It’s always worth remembering that, the more on-board technology a car offers, the lower it tends to score in reliability surveys due to having more things that could go wrong.

At the moment, Land Rover does not offer a purely battery-powered electric car. It does, however, offer a range of plug-in-hybrid engines that can help cut fuel bills and enable the car to cover a handful of miles on battery power alone. These are usually badged as P300e or P400e, depending on the model they’re fitted to and the power they produce.

R-Dynamic is a trim level used across the Land Rover and Range Rover lineups. R-Dynamic is similar to BMW’s M Sport and Audi’s S Line because it adds sportier styling touches including larger alloy wheels and black exterior trim accents in place of the usual chrome. R-Dynamic models might be a better choice for drivers that spend more of their time on road rather than regular off-roaders.

InControl is the catch-all name Land Rover gives to its infotainment systems and connected vehicle technology. As such, most Land Rover and Range Rover models come with some form of InControl touchscreen in the dashboard, allowing you to access sat-nav functions and entertainment services. Using the free Land Rover Remote app on your smartphone grants you access to functions including vehicle status and location information.

Yes, you can. If you decide to finance your nearly new Land Rover with Motorpoint, you’ll get the choice of either Hire Purchase (HP) or Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) packages.