Aside from its design, the Range Rover’s greatest asset lies in its bandwidth of performance. On road, it’s an S-Class with four-wheel drive. Off road it’s a Wrangler Rubicon. Few other SUVs are as versatile without compromise, and that earns it a 9 out of 10.

Under the hood, things start off with a 3.0-liter supercharged V-6 with 355 or 395 horsepower, depending on trim. Torque is the same across the board at 332 pound-feet of torque. For a truck weighing nearly two-and-a-half tons, this supercharged V-6 moves the Range Rover with authority.

The turbodiesel V-6 also displaces 3.0 liters; it’s rated at 254 hp but the torque measures out to a stomping 443 lb-ft. That’s enough grunt to move the Range Rover to 60 mph from a standstill in 7.5 seconds and let it hit a top speed of 130 mph. These numbers nearly match those of the gas V-6—but…

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