Range Rover has long been considered the Queen of SUVs
with all its idiosyncrasies. Made better and more reliable
over the years, it has become a status symbol and a
reward for successful people. Why? Because it is an
expensive automobile. However, this new derivative costs
less than the flagship car and comes with beaucoup power
thanks to its 390 horsepower supercharged engine from
its Jaguar cousin.
overall looks are similar to the traditional Range Rover,
but the car is actually smaller and possibly more maneuverable.
It even packs in a bunch of electronics and safety features.
Probably the best thing the RSS has going for it is
the combination of transmission, gearbox and ride controls...
if you are going to use them to their full potential.
Land Rover incorporates a unique patented Dynamic Response
system that eliminates roll at low cornering speeds
and reduces the possibility at higher speeds. The transmission
modes are automatic, sport or Command Shift. Should
you plan to be away from the pavement, you can select
from five distinct modes: general, grass-gravel-snow,
mud-ruts, sand and rock-gravel. This Terrain Response
system came over from the LR3.
is air suspension to add to the comfort level (as well
on loading/unloading), a serious touch screen DVD Navigation
package with off-road navigation, parking assist, dynamic
stability control, hill descent control, a killer 550-watt,
13-speaker Harman Kardon Logic 7 audio system and Homelink
to mention a few whiz-bangs. As well, our tester came
with a rear seat entertainment system, adaptive cruise
control, Sirius satellite radio and rear differential