I haven't owned my Range Rover Sport SuperCharged for long but I've loved every minute of driving it in the few short
months I've had it so far.
The acceleration on this SUV is better than on most cars. The cabin is like a cockpit and
the electronics (bluetooth, stereo, etc) are perfect.
You sit up very high and feel very insulated from the outside
when you're in this car. It is also a great car for the city because it is relatively easy to park (not as big as you
think) and can handle all the potholes and other obstructions that make city driving irritating. It is really a
pleasure to take on trips, too, as long as you plan your refueling stops.
The navigation is intuitive and easy to use.
It also shows you upcoming exists (whether you're navigating to a destination or now) and the amenities provided at each
I've successfully paired my phone (bluetooth) and connected my iPod (AUX jacks) and both work incredibly
Acceleration, braking, handling all are perfect.
I sprung for the 100,000 mile / 8 yr warranty just because I've
heard stories about Land Rover reliablilty.
I have this car on order and because of the huge demand for the S5 in the US it has been delayed 15 months from when I
The car feels light and nimble (though it is heavy). The manual transmission is great (though I ordered
mine with the 6-speed paddle-shifter version).
The nav/stereo/ipod system is amazing - you can control the iPod
through the car computer screen. It has a backup camera and sensor key - both cool.
It has a large, glass moon roof on
top that is cool but I'd rather have a retractable sun roof.
Can't wait to get mine.
I'm not a huge fan of the appearance of this car but I have to say that it's been one of the most fun cars to drive that
we've had come through the DriverSide garages. Putting it in manual mode lets you hold the gears as long as you want
and the shifts (thanks for the dual-synchronous gearbox) are lightning-fast. It's hard to go back to any other
transmission after driving this car.
Handling is great, acceleration is awesome.
I've had my Pathfinder for 6 years now and have put about 90,000 miles on it. I've had no major or expensive problems
with it - the only thing that has broken in all these years is the front-passenger power window switch.
regular fuel and, even though people say it is underpowered, I have never had a problem passing people on the highway or
beating a yellow light.
I have the 2WD version which is a little faster and better on gas than the 4X4. I have tire
chains for it so it handles well in Tahoe in the snow.
Great car all around!