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Should I buy a Land Rover?
By Martin Pratt
Article 11 of 24
Land Rover is to 4x4s what TomTom is to sat navs. Find out more about Land Rover and whether it's worth considering
Mud-faring adventurers right across the world swear by Land Rovers – and occasionally swear at them, too. While no one doubts the sheer ability of the British-made range of 4x4 vehicles, many owners do question their build quality.
That said, the Land Rover range offers everything from the stylish small Range Rover Evoque to the full-size Range Rover, the rugged Defender to the practical Discovery, via the large and stylish Velar.
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Like sister brand Jaguar, Land Rover is now owned by the Indian industrial giant Tata. Has it improved Land Rover's reliability rating?
How reliable are Land Rover cars?
Every year, we run an annual car survey where tens of thousands of people tell us about their current car and how reliable it is. Based on feedback from current Land Rover owners, we have reliability data for new cars aged up to three years old, and also cars aged between three and eight years old.
Which? members can log in and use the table below to find out just how reliable Land Rover cars really are. Not yet a Which? member? Join Which? to unlock all of our reliability ratings and our online reviews.
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Results from the 2018 Which? Car Survey (results gathered from 43,027 owners, about 51,172 cars, between December 2017 and February 2018).
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