Source: AAAcars

The 2021 Land Rover Range Rover ranks in the bottom half of the luxury large SUV class. It offers a roomy interior, a powerful engine lineup, and excellent off-road ability, but it also has a cumbersome infotainment system.

The 2021 Range Rover is a fine luxury SUV. The Range Rover welcomes you with its library-quiet interior, top-notch cabin materials, and generous seating space for five occupants. This SUV feels fairly stable around turns, and it glides comfortably over rough road surfaces, yet it still provides great off-road capability when the going gets tough. The Range Rover’s muscular engine lineup enables quick acceleration and stout towing ability as well. Choices include gas and diesel six-cylinder engines, a hybrid four-cylinder, and a pair of V8s.


It’s not all good news though. The Range Rover has a complex infotainment system that can be difficult to use, especially when driving.

The 2021 Range Rover is worth a look if you’re shopping for a luxury large SUV. It’s spacious, dressed to the nines, and relaxing to drive day to day. It’s far from a good value though. Relative newcomers like the BMW X7 and Mercedes-Benz GLS offer comparable on-road performance and interior refinement but at a price that undercuts the Range Rover by thousands of dollars.


Land Rover adds three special editions to the 2021 Range Rover lineup: Westminster Edition, Fifty Edition, and Black Edition. These models have unique accents and cosmetic updates but otherwise offer the same previously available features.


The Range Rover was last redesigned for 2013. Here are its key changes over the last few years:

  • 2016: turbodiesel V6 engine became available
  • 2017: forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and lane departure warning added to standard features list; gained larger standard touch screen (10 inches, up from 8)
  • 2018: refreshed interior and exterior styling; two 10-inch touch screens replaced single-screen infotainment system
  • 2019: added available Apple CarPlay and Android Auto; plug-in-hybrid variant debuted
  • 2020: turbocharged inline-six engine replaced supercharged V6
  • 2021: Westminster, Fifty, and Black special editions debut


The 2021 Range Rover has a $92,000 starting price, which is well above average for a luxury large SUV. The price climbs to $131,000 for the midrange Autobiography trim, and it skyrockets to $211,000 for the long-wheelbase SVAutobiography model.