The Range Rover is a premium SUV that is home to the pinnacle of luxury and the world's preeminent sign of wealth. A distinction that it has kept for the last 50 years and is not looking to give up any time soon. In Kenya, it's preferred by the old money and the rich patriarchy, more so for its legendary protection than its luxury. It is essentially discouraged by the political elite from favoring the Toyota Land Cruiser and its lesser sibling, the Toyota Prado.
2.Land Rover Discovery
One of the most iconic and practical 4x4s in the world today is the Land Rover Discovery. It can carry 7 full - sized adults in total comfort over rugged terrain. It combines the Range Rover's luxuriousness with the Defender's power into one thrilling kit.
3.Range Rover Sport
The Range Rover Sport, or RRS as it is often referred to, is a variant of the Range Rover that focuses on results. With great emphasis on handling and on - road performance, it is smaller and nimbler while still maintaining the conventional mud - plugging capabilities of the Land Rover stable. By employing powerful engines, a 39 percent lighter body than the previous model and a Dynamic Response suspension that cemented its position as one of the best performing SUVs, the second generation RRS that was launched in 2013 improved its performance.
4 Land Rover Defender
The Land Rover Protector is planned for exploration and adventure. It is one of the longest selling production vehicles, and all over the world it enjoys a cult - like following. In Kenya, the Land Rover is an icon that is only matched by the equally competent Toyota Land Cruiser for its off - road prowess.
5.Range Rover Velar
The Range Rover Velar is like a fine piece of art and, to say the least, its architecture is flawless. It was released in 2017 and it has proved to be a huge success worldwide so far. It is a more on - road - focused car that lacks the Land Rover stable's legendary off - road capability.
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