Above: This Week’s Car Review – 2020 Kia Sorento Sport Black Edition

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The first is the review.

A quick walk around, and drive

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Then, watch the Rangie park all by itself.

Self parking is amazing at the best of times, but when the car in question is as massive as a Range Rover, all bets are off.

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We walk you through the clever electric doors, and a quick tour of the back seat. The rear hatch still has all the hallmarks of everyone’s favourite polo partner.

What’s a polo match without a smattering of Range Rovers spread liberally amongst the SUV offerings. Name another luxury SUV which has proper 4WD, and a cabin that is better than a first class airliner.

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The drive is an extended version of material not included in the review.

I bang on a bit about how fab the Range Rover is, for those who don’t mind an ear-bashing.

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The interior gets a thorough going over.

I go through the nuts and bolts, including the TV and virtual driver’s instrument panel. It is the way all cars should be.

We did it all, the road trip, the shopping run, and airport pickup, and an emergency coffee run, and all we got was this crap T-shirt. The videos gathered are a wealth of information on our favourite 4WD.
The sound in parts is a bit ropy, but such is life on the road.
The 2018 Range Rover SV Autobiography Dynamic (SWB) has it all: class, looks, power, and comfort. The supercharged 5.0L V8 sounds superb.

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Outside:

Big and Bold, Range Rover comes in short and long wheelbase models. Either way, the masculine metalwork is boasty and brilliant. Bright LED lighting shines like  a box of expensive Christmas decorations on Oxford Street.

Wheels come in a range of sizes up to 22”. You might argue that is useless for offroading, but some of our other videos show how capable Range Rover is.

Inside:

All Range Rovers feel and look impeccable, like a finely tailored suit.

Wood, metal, and leather have been lavished over every surface. Doors, Windows, and seats have electric assistance.

The sound system is simply stunning, with the quality of actually being at the performance. We’ve really been impressed by how cosy the atmosphere is, while keeping business at the fingertips of drivers and passengers alike.

The Drive:

Big engines guzzle fuel, but a light foot is almost as rewarding. Mountainous torque , and a supremely smooth automatic makes to drive easy, even in town. If you get stuck, you can get the huge SUV to park itself.

On the highway, Range Rover makes you feel like a king, or queen.

Active safety looks after the tricky stuff, allowing the driver to sit back and relax.

READ THE FULL REVIEW HERE

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Nuts and Bolts:

Price: $316,000 (as tested $336,210)

Engine: 5.0L Supercharged V8, 405kw/680Nm,

Transmission: 8 speed intelligent auto

0-100: 5.4 seconds

Econ: 12.8L/100km

Tank: 106L

Weight: from 2,465kg