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Jaguar XF, XJ, Land Rover Discovery 4, Range Rover, Range Rover Sport recalled

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) Australia has issued a recall for 2169 vehicles, affecting several models fitted with the company’s 3.0-litre TDV6 turbo-diesel engine over concerns it could cut out or not start...

Land Rover enjoying Australian sales boom

Land Rover is riding the crest of the wave in Australia’s SUV boom, after posting another month of significant sales growth here last month. The iconic British-based brand posted 1173 registrations in January, up 34 per cent over the same month in 2015. Every model in its range, including those from its Range Rover sub-brand, posted a sales upswing...

Range Rover Sentinel is a bullet-proof, bomb-proof mobile fortress

Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) division has unveiled the stealthy Range Rover Sentinel, its first-ever internally developed armoured vehicle. The Range Rover Sentinel was hand-built at SVO’s Oxford Road facility in the UK and is said to provide its occupants with “the highest levels of protection an SUV can offer against a wide variety of attacks”...

Range Rover models recalled for potential door latch failure

Jaguar Land Rover Australia has announced a recall of models in its big Range Rover and Range Rover Sport lines, over concerns of a potentially faulty door latch. In a recall notice issued this week, the company advises that customers have reported an inability to secure some doors on either the primary or secondary latch...

Startech Pickup reimagines Range Rover as a luxury ute

The Startech Pickup, which is a Range Rover wagon that's been transformed into a luxury ute, will debut at the 2015 Shanghai auto show that starts next week. Startech, Brabus' tuning arm for Jaguar and Land Rover models, has taken the Range Rover luxury SUV and turned it into a ute. The conversion includes at least 100 new components crafted from aluminium, carbonfibre and steel...

Ultra-luxury Range Rover SVAutobiography premieres

The Range Rover SVAutobiography, the most sumptuous and possibly expensive version to date, was revealed today ahead of its public reveal at the New York motor show on April 1. The SVAutobiography — that’s not a typo — sits at the pinnacle of a revised Range Rover line-up for the 2016 model year, and is designed to take “comfort, craftsmanship and refinement” to another level...

No, Mr Bond. I expect you to walk!: Thieves steal Range Rovers destined for next James Bond film

It appears even the world's greatest secret agent can have a bad day. Five Range Rover Sports, destined for the new James Bond film Spectre were stolen from a Land Rover facility in northern Germany. The cars had been specially modified for the film and were awaiting transport to the Alps for filming...

Range Rover LWB SVR : High-performance flagship SUV spied

Land Rover appears to be working on an even more powerful and exclusive version of its luxury Range Rover SUV, as these images reveal. Captured by CarAdvice’s spy photographers entering Jaguar Land Rover’s test facility at the Nurburgring in Germany, the test vehicle wears plastic camouflage on its bonnet, door, side, tailgate and rear bumper panels...

Range Rover LWB: stretched SUV due in 2014

Images and details of the first long-wheelbase Range Rover in two decades have been released, following unofficial glimpses courtesy of a series of spy photos captured earlier this year. The Range Rover LWB will debut simultaneously at next month's Los Angeles and Guangzhou auto shows, the latter of which all but confirms the LWB is designed to appeal to the thriving, and heavily chauffeur-driven Chinese market's love of cars with extended rear legroom...

Range Rover LWB: stretched SUV spied

A lightly camouflaged prototype of the new long-wheelbase Range Rover has been spied in the UK. The seemingly production-ready test car gives us our clearest look yet at the stretched version of Range Rover's new flagship luxury SUV ahead of its official unveiling later this year...

Range Rover, 86 and BRZ, and A-Class get five-star ANCAP rating

In the latest round of crash testing performed by the Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP), the Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ coupe twins, Mercedes-Benz A-Class hatchback and Range Rover luxury SUV have been awarded a maximum five star rating. With dual front, side and driver’s knee airbags, the Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ received 34...