Range Rover Leasing

The Range Rover is the defining luxury SUV. It’s a large, immensely capable 4x4 that will deliver you anywhere in supreme comfort. We use the term ‘anywhere’ almost literally, due to the Range Rover’s astonishing capability both on- and off-road. If you want to lease a big, premium vehicle of any type, then this should be very high on your shortlist indeed.
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Top 3 Features

Very comfortable and refined.

Top-notch interior.

Outstanding off-road performance.

  • It won’t be a surprise to know that the grand Range Rover has lots of passenger space inside and 5 tall adults should be more than comfortable on long journeys. Depending on the model you choose, you can add reclining rear seats, footrests and head-restraint pillows for even more comfort. There’s a long-wheelbase (LWB) version of the Range Rover too, which might be of interest if you’re regularly carrying rear-seat passengers. However, there’s no 7-seat option, which is something that rivals like the Audi Q7, BMW X7 and Mercedes-Benz GLS can offer.

    The boot is also huge with a capacity of 707 litres, although that dips to around 600 litres in the plug-in hybrid, due to the positioning of its battery, and 537 litres if you have the luxurious Executive Class rear seats. The rear seats can be folded down electrically if you need extra room for larger luggage.

    Cubby holes and storage options are plentiful, with 2 gloveboxes up front and big door pockets. Some versions have extra storage in the rear centre armrest too.

  • If you’re wary of day-to-day running costs then keep in mind that the Range Rover is a large, expensive, powerful vehicle, with a prestigious badge and permanent 4-wheel drive, and that doesn’t come cheap.

    When it comes to fuel economy you’ll do better with the diesels than the petrols. Official figures say you’ll get up to 33mpg from the entry-level D300, while the most frugal petrol engine, the P400, promises up to 26.7mpg. If you embrace the powerful performance models, then that figure will drop; the 565hp P565 promises just 18.9mpg.

    All that said, you could get excellent fuel economy from the P400e plug-in hybrid, as long as your journeys are mainly short and done on battery power alone. The official figure claims up to 84.8mpg, but to achieve such a return from the Range Rover then you’d need to regularly charge it and do most of your journeys on electric power alone.

Models Available

Range Rover SWB

The standard Range Rover might be called ‘short wheelbase’ (SWB) but it’s still a big SUV, with plenty of space inside for both passengers and luggage.

Range Rover LWB 

A stretched version of the Range Rover with an extra 192mm of rear legroom. It also has more boot space when the rear seats are folded down.

High Performance Models 

Land Rover’s Special Vehicles Operations department, known as SVO, has produced the SVAutobiography range, which is powered by a supercharged, 5.0-litre V8 engine with 565hp.

Trim Levels

The basic trim level includes plenty of standard features, including Matrix LED headlights, keyless entry and start, and a Meridian sound system, as well as an electric boot lid, front and rear parking sensors with a rear camera, and satellite navigation. You’ll also get a panoramic sunroof.Trim levels available: Vogue, Vogue SE, Autobiography, Autobiography LWB, Westminster, Westminster Black, Range Rover Fifty, Range Rover Fifty LWB, SVAutobiography Dynamic, SVAutobiography Dynamic Black, SV Autobiography LWB

The Land Rover Range Rover Vs Competitors

Rivals to the Range Rover include premium large SUVs like the more affordable Audi Q7, as well the comparatively priced BMW X7 and Mercedes-Benz GLS. All of these can be specced with 7 seats, as can another excellent rival, the Volvo XC90. Higher-spec Range Rovers will also count high-end large SUVs as rivals, in the form of the Bentley Bentayga and Rolls-Royce Cullinan. These hike up the leasing costs but have unrivalled prestige and tremendous performance. If you’re after something sportier, then have a look at the Aston Martin DBX and Lamborghini Urus, which really major on performance and handling.
  • Reliability, historically, has been parent company Land Rover’s Achilles’ heel as a brand. That said, the Range Rover itself fares better. Improvements are being made and it's making its way up the scoreboards when it comes to reliability.

  • Both SWB and LWB Range Rovers have 707 litres of boot space with the rear seats in place, although that’s reduced by 98 litres in the P400e model. Versions with Executive Class seats specced drop that to 532 litres.

  • If you’re looking for a Range Rover lease deal then you’ll need to choose from Vogue, Vogue SE or Autobiography trims. There are also special Edition Westminster models, as well as a celebratory Range Rover Fifty Edition. On top of that, there are 3 performance-focused SVAutobiography models.

  • Yes, all Range Rovers have front and rear parking sensors included as standard.

  • The Range Rover is a large SUV with plenty of space inside for passengers and a large boot. The LWB model has even more room for rear-seat passengers, but there’s no 7-seat option.

  • The Range Rover is a hugely popular SUV for leasing deals because of its brand heritage, luxurious interior and excellent performance, both on-road and off-road.

  • Leasing a Range Rover with Vanarama is the smartest way to upgrade what you drive. Not only will you get the best price, guaranteed with our Price Promise*, there’s also no hidden fees, extra protection should the worst happen and access to expert advice when you need it! What are you waiting for? Find your New Lease Of Life today!

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