When I last talked about Range Rovers – over a year ago – I promised you flying cars. Well, we’re getting there, but we’re not there yet. When we left the Range Rover, it had risen from a farm workhorse to a school run fashion accessory. But in the process it had turned into a steady seller that was keeping Land Rover afloat, despite no update for 24 years. So, what happened after that long overdue facelift?
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|0:39||1994 Range Rover mk2 (P38)|
|6:00||2002 Range Rover mk3 (L322)|
|12:53||2012 Range Rover mk4 (L405)|
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