2018 Land Rover Range Rover

Rating8.2

Ranked #6 in Suv

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Starting MSRP 

$87,350

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Key Spec of 2018 Land Rover Range Rover
fuel economy

17/19/23

fuel type

Gasoline Direct Injection

horsepower

340 @ 6500

basic warranty

-

ProsConsWhat's New

Impeccable off-road capabilities 

Heavier than average steering at highway speeds

A new 10-inch secondary display

Plush ride quality

Sizable wheels can result in unnecessary noise and vibrations at high speeds

Slightly tweaked interior and exterior design

Opulent interior with a plethora of customization options

Decently-powerful base supercharged V6

2018 Land Rover Range Rover Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: January 7, 2022

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The Land Rover Range Rover made its debut close to five decades ago and was introduced as a luxury four by four vehicle. Since its early days, the SUV was quite a capable one, made off-roading look quite easy, and felt right at home for the rich and the privileged. For enhanced comfort, the Range Rovers got coil springs in place of traditional leaf springs found on off-roaders combined with a capable full-time 4x4 layout and power-packed V8 engines. Over the years, the SUV has evolved at a slower pace but always came with some intriguing enhancements and upgrades.

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Over All Rating

8.2

Out of 10

7.00
9.90
9.00
5.00
7.00
9.00
7.00
9.00
Notable Rankings

#6 in Suv


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Trims

Base$87,350 onwards

  • 10.2-Inch infotainment touchscreen
  • 13-Speaker Meridian sound system
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Led headlights
  • Three-Zone climate control

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2017 Land Rover Range Rover
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2017 Land Rover Range Rover

4dr SUV 4WD (5.0L 8cyl S/C 8A)

$49,999
Est. $678/mo
Excellent Deal
$7,999 Below market
RMV: $57,998
Houston, TX
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2017 Land Rover Range Rover
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2017 Land Rover Range Rover HSE

HSE 4dr SUV 4WD (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A)

$45,995
Est. $624/mo
Excellent Deal
$7,142 Below market
RMV: $53,137
Linden, NJ
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2017 Land Rover Range Rover
4
Price Drop, $1500
Previous Price: $4948822 Jul 2022

2017 Land Rover Range Rover

4dr SUV 4WD LWB (5.0L 8cyl S/C 8A)

$47,988
Est. $651/mo
Excellent Deal
$7,174 Below market
RMV: $55,162
Canonsburg, PA
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2018 Land Rover Range Rover
10
Price Rise, $400
Previous Price: $6923130 Apr 2022

2018 Land Rover Range Rover SUV

V8 Supercharged 4WD

$69,631
Est. $945/mo
Excellent Deal
$9,945 Below market
RMV: $79,576
Amityville, NY
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2019 Land Rover Range RoverHome Delivery
17
Price Drop, $1000
Previous Price: $9296017 Nov 2021

2019 Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged

Supercharged 4dr SUV 4WD (5.0L 8cyl S/C 8A)

$91,960
Est. $1,248/mo
Excellent Deal
$12,695 Below market
RMV: $104,655
Alpharetta, GA
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2017 Land Rover Range RoverHome Delivery
1
Price Drop, $979
Previous Price: $5597919 Jul 2022

2017 Land Rover Range Rover HSE

HSE 4dr SUV 4WD (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A)

$55,000
Est. $746/mo
Excellent Deal
$7,423 Below market
RMV: $62,423
West Palm Beach, FL
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2018 Land Rover Range Rover
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2018 Land Rover Range Rover SUV

Supercharged

$67,985
Est. $923/mo
Excellent Deal
$9,013.5 Below market
RMV: $76,998.5
Hollywood, FL
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2019 Land Rover Range Rover
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2019 Land Rover Range Rover

4dr SUV 4WD (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A)

$68,085
Est. $924/mo
Excellent Deal
$8,954 Below market
RMV: $77,039
Staten Island, NY
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2019 Land Rover Range Rover
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Price Drop, $500
Previous Price: $7300022 Jul 2022

2019 Land Rover Range Rover HSE

HSE 4dr SUV 4WD (3.0L 6cyl S/C 8A)

$72,500
Est. $984/mo
Excellent Deal
$9,199 Below market
RMV: $81,699
Somerville, NJ
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Colors and Styles

2018 Land Rover Range Rover in Aruba Metallic color
Aruba Metallic

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

The Range Rover entered its fourth-generation model back in 2012 with some major and significant upgrades such as being underpinned by an all-aluminum monocoque chassis, a first production 4 by 4 SUV to get it. The 2018 model comes with some minor design tweaks and the addition of a secondary touchscreen that replaces many physical control buttons. The powertrain options of the vehicle remain the same nonetheless. The SUV comes with a base price of $87,350 and competes with the Lexus LX 570, Toyota Land Cruiser, and the Lincoln Navigator.


Features
9.9/10

The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover is available in a total of three well-equipped trim levels which are base, HSE, and Supercharged. The base trim comes with a standard 4WD layout with Land Rover’s iconic Terrain Response System and a supercharged V6 engine along with a starting price of $87,350. Some of the features include full LED headlamps, a 13-speaker Meridian premium audio system, three-zone climate control, and parking sensors both at the front and rear. The HSE trim gets no upgrades in terms of powertrain, however, it brings along a plethora of standard features on top of the base trim’s ones such as 20-way power-adjustable front seats, power-operated liftgate, soft-close doors, 20-inch wheels, and unlocks the gateway to avail more optional extras.

Trim

V6 Supercharged

HSE

V8 Supercharged

MSRP

$87,350

$94,050

$104,850

Key Features

LED headlights

20-inch wheels

Supercharged 5.0-liter V8 motor

 

Tri-zone automatic climate control

 

Upgraded Terrain Response 2 System

 

Front and rear parking sensors

 

All-Terrain Progress Control system

 

13-speaker premium Meridian audio system

 

21-inch wheels

 

Fully power-adjustable front seats

   

Which trim should you buy?

All the trims are quite well-equipped and we would recommend the base trim for its value for money proposition. However, the HSE trim is best suited if you desire a more number of standard features along with the option of avail more optional extras.

Engine and Performance
9.0/10

The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover is powered by a standard 3.0-liter supercharged V6 motor. It delivers a maximum of 340 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of maximum torque. When pitted against its rivals, the base V6 of the Range Rover might be quite underwhelming in terms of sheer performance yet, it is adequate for daily usage and relaxed highway drives. Irrespective of the engine, the transmission remains the same, an 8-speed ZF 8HP automatic unit that offers quick and precise shifts along with the brilliant low-gearing for the excellent prowess of the vehicle. Within the city limits, the motor remains relaxed courtesy of the ZF transmission while out on the highways going easy on the gas pedal offers a refined and progressive performance. The 0-60mph comes up in a decent 6.5 seconds.

Models

Land Rover Range Rover Base

Lexus LX 570 

Toyota Land Cruiser

Lincoln Navigator 

MSRP

$87,350

$90,380

$84,315

$72,055

Engine

3.0L V6 Supercharged

5.7L V8 DOHC 32V

5.7L DOHC 32-Valve V8

3.5L turbocharged V-6

Drivetrain

4WD

4WD

4WD

4WD

Transmission

8-Speed Automatic

8-Speed Automatic

8-Speed Automatic

10-Speed automatic

Power

340 hp @ 6500 rpm

383 hp @ 5600 rpm

381 hp @ 5600 rpm

450 hp @ 5500 rpm

Torque

332 ft-lbs. @ 3500 rpm

403 ft-lbs. @ 3600 rpm

401 ft-lbs. @ 3600 rpm

510 ft-lbs. @ 3000 rpm

0-60 MPH

6.5 sec

7.3 sec

6.7 sec

6.5 sec

Quarter mile

14.2 sec

15.6 sec

15.1 sec

15.1 sec

Top Speed(MPH)

155

155

155

155

The Lexus LX 570 gets a mammoth 5.7-liter V8 under its hood that delivers an impressive 383 horsepower and 403 lb-ft of maximum torque. For a hefty vehicle like the LX 570, the motor is decently powerful and feels quite capable while out on the roads. The 0-60mph comes up in a rather leisurely 7.3 seconds while the standing quarter-mile comes up within 15.6 seconds. The Toyota Land Cruiser, the bad-ass off-roader from the land of Japan, shares the same powertrain with the Lexus LX 570 yet its powertrain puts out a marginally lower 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque. The Lincoln Navigator is all about pure American brute and puts out a beefy 450 horsepower along with 510 lb-ft of torque from a rather compact 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6.

How well does the Land Rover Range Rover handle?

Big and luxury SUVs such as the Range Rover are not designed for carving corners like a sedan or a sports car and are rather capable to take on a wide variety of terrains instead. The 2018 Range Rover has a brilliant and legendary Terrain Response System that incorporates a wide range of terrain maps to tackle almost every terrain out there. The excellent articulation of the wheels and the suspension along with the generous ground clearance helps the vehicle to reach places where some of its rivals would just dream of reaching. On the flip side, the SUV also offers an excellent and carpet-like ride quality on the roads yet the big wheels might crease unnecessary noise inside the cabin at highway speeds.

Braking performance

Big and beefy full-size luxury SUVs do require some serious braking prowess to tame all those heft properly and the 2018 Range Rover is equipped with some promising braking hardware as well. The SUV gets 14.3-inch rotors at the front while the rear rotors measure at 13.8-inch, allowing the over 5,000-pound SUV to come to a dead stop under 117 feet. The travel of the brake pedal is rather long but it suits the off-roading characteristics of the Range Rover.

Model

Land Rover Range Rover Base

Lexus LX 570

Toyota Land Cruiser

Lincoln Navigator 

Brake Front(in)

14.3

13.9

13.9

13.8

Brake Rear(in)

13.8

13.5

13.5

13.8

Curb weight(lbs)

5,492

6,000

5,815

5,760

60-0 MPH (ft.)

117

123

121

125

The Lexus LX 570 is the heftiest one here yet, its brake rotors measure smaller than the ones found on the Range Rover. Nevertheless, the brakes are adequately powerful to stop the SUV under 123 feet, a commendable feat. The Land Cruiser gets similar braking hardware to the LX 570 but its lighter curb weight allows it to stop earlier than the latter. The Lincoln Navigator covers the maximum distance before coming to a stop when compared to the rivals here.

Fuel Economy
5.0/10

Even though automobile technology has come a long way still, performance vehicles and powerful luxury SUVs with some serious off-roading capabilities are not quite synonymous with fuel efficiency. The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover when equipped with the base supercharged V6 motor, returns an average of 17mpg within the cities, 23mpg out on the highways, and 19mpg of combined mileage. The most respectable bit is the huge 27.3-gallon gasoline tank that allows the SUV to munch miles for long distances without frequent stops at gas stations.

Model

Land Rover Range Rover Base

Lexus LX 570 

Toyota Land Cruiser

Lincoln Navigator 

MPG (city)

17

13

13

16

MPG (highway)

23

18

18

23

MPG (combined)

19

15

15

19

Fuel capacity(gallons)

27.3

24.6

24.6

23.0

Range(city/highway/combined)

464/627/518

319/442/369

319/442/369

368/529/437

The Lexus LX 570 with its mammoth 5.7-liter V8 is not the most desirable option even to those who care less about fuel efficiency. Its paltry 13mpg of city mileage and somewhat doable 18mpg of highway mileage are justifiable considering its power figures and the sheer size of the powertrain. The Land Cruiser is mechanically similar to the LX 570 hence its mpg figures and the driving range numbers are similar as well. The Lincoln Navigator is the true stunner here with its similar mpg figures to the Range Rover despite being overwhelmingly powerful as compared to the rivals here.

Interior
7.0/10

The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover interior is the place you’d wanna spend your time and it will cut you off completely from the outside world with the immersive luxury and sheer opulence it has to offer. For 2018 MY, the interior gets some design tweaks along with the addition of a secondary 10.1-inch display that replaces a lot of physical buttons placed on the center stack for various controls of the vehicle. The front seats are fully power-adjustable by default while the HSE offers an upgraded version of the front seats with 20-way power adjustments. The interior also offers a three-zone climate automatic climate control, heated rear seats, premium leather upholstery, and a heated steering wheel as well. The rear seats are supremely comfortable too with a comfy recline angle and soft cushioning while the comfort levels are amplified via the comfortable suspension setup of the SUV. The SUV disappoints when it comes to cargo storage and the total space available is lower than what a majority of the SUV’s rivals offer.

Model

Land Rover Range Rover Base

Lexus LX 570 

Toyota Land Cruiser

Lincoln Navigator 

Passenger capacity

5

8

8

7

Front (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

39.8/60.7/42.5

38.3/61.0/42.9

38.3/61.0/42.9

41.8/65.2/43.9

Second (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

39.2/59.4/40.2

38.9/59.1/34.4

38.9/61.1/34.4

40.0/65.1/41.1

Third (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

N/A

35.8/62.3/28.3

35.8/62.3/28.3

37.3/64.2/36.1

Behind 3rd Row (ft.cube)

31.8

15.5

16.1

19.3

With 3nd row folded (ft.cube)

N/A

41.0

43.0

57.5

Behind 1st row (ft.cube)

68.6

83.1

81.7

103.3

The Lexus LX 570 is more luxury-oriented when compared to the rivals here and gets a proper plush cabin. There are plenty of premium touches throughout the cabin including the high-quality wood inserts along with metal trims. On the features front, the SUV is quite well-equipped and matches up to the Range Rover. It also gets a proper three-row seating configuration along with quad-zone automatic climate control. The Toyota Land Cruiser might be a mechanical twin of the LX 570 yet its interior is a completely different story. The overall design theme is matched to the tough and rugged characteristics of the SUV and the dashboard along with the busy center stack might give a tank-like vibe. The cargo capacity is decent at 81.7 cu-ft. The Lincoln Navigator gets a truly impressive and opulent cabin that even manages to surpass the Range Rover in terms of design brilliance. It offers the most spacious cabin among the rivals here on the list with excellent headroom and legroom for all three rows of seats. The cargo capacity is also exceptional at 103.3 cu-ft.

Some standout interior features are:

  • Push-button start
  • Tri-zone automatic climate control
  • Leather upholstery
  • Heated and 16-way power-adjustable front seats
  • Heated steering wheel(HSE)

What’s there to keep you entertained?

The 2018 Range Rover gets a significant update regarding its infotainment system. It now gets a dual infotainment screen running Touch Pro Duo user interface under the dual 10-inch touchscreen displays. The upper display displays the navigation, audio interface, and hands-free calling functions among others while the lower 10-inch display mainly handles all the controls such as the climate controls, controls for the seats, and the audio controls as well. Standard features include HD Radio, USB ports, satellite radio, and Bluetooth.

Some infotainment features are:

  • Navigation
  • Dual 10-inch touchscreen displays running standard Touch Pro Duo infotainment interface
  • 13-speaker premium Meridian audio system
  • HD Radio
  • Satellite Radio
  • Bluetooth
Exterior
9.0/10

The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover receives some minor tweaks to the exterior design yet, it still lacks the intimidating looks of its rivals such as the Lexus LX 570 or the Lincoln Navigator. Nonetheless, the overall design completely conceals the exceptional off-roading capabilities of the SUV and looks more easy-going than rugged. The front end has a sophisticated and elegant design and the stylish LED headlamp units sit flush with the entire front fascia. The standard 19-inch alloy wheels look smart while the optional 20-inch wheels look quite exquisite. The side profile of the SUV remains simple with the standard design found on the front doors while the rear end looks quite distinct with the rounded square LED taillamps.

Model

Land Rover Range Rover Base

Lexus LX 570 

Toyota Land Cruiser

Lincoln Navigator 

Curb weight(lbs)

5,492

6,000

5,815

5,760

Length(in)

196.8

200.0

194.9

210.0

Width(in)

78.1

78.0

77.95

83.6

Height(in)

73.3

75.2

74.0

76.4

Ground clearance(in)

8.7

8.9

8.9

9.6

Wheelbase(in)

115.0

112.2

112.2

122.5

Track width(in) F/R

66.6/66.3

64.8/64.6

64.9/64.74

67/67.2

The Lexus LX 570 comes with the traditional design from the brand with its huge and sharp spindle front grille design. The sharp LED headlamp units do accentuate the grille quite well while the side profile remains simple. The rear end of the LX 570 also has a striking design with a distinct taillamp design while the unique design of the D-pillar glass makes it stand out from the crowd. The Toyota Land Cruiser retains that old-school and chunky exterior design and its sizable front grille combined with the big headlamp units perfectly justified its excellent off-roading character. The Lincoln Navigator has a royal vibe to its design with a heavy dose of chrome all around the vehicle.

Some standout exterior features are:

  • 19-inch alloy wheels
  • Hands-free power tailgate
  • LED headlamps
  • Heated windshield and ORVMs
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Power soft-closing doors
Safety
7.0/10

The steep price tag of the 2018 Land Rover Range Rover means that both the NHTSA and the IIHS have skipped crash-testing it for good. Despite that, the SUV does come with an exceptional build quality with an aluminum monocoque chassis for excellent structural strength. The standard safety techs include automatic emergency braking, front collision warning, and a rearview camera.

Some important safety features of the Range Rover are:

  • Rearview camera
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Forward collision warning
  • Automatic emergency braking
  • Lane departure warning
  • Driver drowsiness monitor(Optional)
  • Traffic sign recognition(Optional)
  • 360-degree parking sensors(Optional)
Competition
9.0/10

Land Rover Range Rover vs Lexus LX 570

The Lexus LX 570 is a full-blown luxury chariot with some decent off-roading abilities too. It beats the Range Rover in terms of cabin space, standard features, interior design, extra seating space, and generous cargo hold. The Range Rover carries exceptional off-roading capabilities and decent fuel economy ratings as compared to the Lexus LX 570.

Land Rover Range Rover vs Toyota Land Cruiser

The Toyota Land Cruiser is the mechanical twin of the Lexus LX 570 hence most of its characteristics are quite similar to the latter. The Land Cruiser, however, has excellent off-roading prowess like the Range Rover but its poor fuel economy and so-so driving range bogs it down, apart from the dull interior design.

Land Rover Range Rover vs Lincoln Navigator

The Lincoln Navigator is the radical SUV here among the rivals mentioned on the list. It offers overwhelming performance stats with exceptionally high power and torque figures when compared to the Range Rover. Moreover, it matches up to the RR in terms of fuel economy too but its interior and the comfort statement are way better than what the latter offers.

Final Verdict

The Range Rover is for those who have deep pockets, want to have a good taste of off-roading yet don’t want to leave their comfort zone. Apart from being exceptionally good at off-roading, the vehicle also offers a cushiony ride on road, a strikingly elegant and tech-rich cabin with adequate luxury appointments, solid gas mileage numbers, and exceptionally high driving range figures owing to its huge gas tank. Overall, it is the one to go for if you don’t mind the questionable reliability of Land Rover and the steep price tag of the vehicle.

Features

vehicle bio
base price

$87350

body style

4dr SUV

engine type
displacement

183 cu in

horse power

340 @ 6500

torque

332 @ 3500

transmission

8-Speed Automatic

fuel economy
city/combined/highway

17/19/23 mpg

highway range

627.90 mi


Land Rover Range Rover 5 year Cost To Own


Cash Price(MSRP)
$94,041
5 Year Cost To Own
$115,498
Total 5 year Cost To Own -  $115,498
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5total
Depreciation$14,076$10,607$8,667$9,719$8,492$51,561
Insurance$1,933$2,001$2,071$2,143$2,218$10,366
Fuel$3,203$3,299$3,398$3,500$3,605$17,005
Maintenance$60$908$798$3,322$1,967$7,055
RepairsNANANA$2,084$3,200$5,284
Financing Interest$5,058$4,067$3,011$1,883$681$14,700
Taxes and Fees$7,757$538$469$413$350$9,527
Total Cost-To-Own$32,087$21,420$18,414$23,064$20,513$115,498
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