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Should I buy a Land Rover?

By Oliver Trebilcock

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Land Rover is to 4x4s what TomTom is to sat navs. Find out more about Land Rover and whether it's worth considering

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Mud-faring adventurers across the world swear by Land Rovers. The brand has enjoyed a revival in fortunes in recent years, with increased popularity for SUVs and the growing global appeal of its cars. 

If it's off-road style you're after, Land Rover offers plenty of choice, including the Evoque – a smaller version of the classic Range Rover – and the practical, seven-seated Discovery.

Click here to find an off-roader that suits your needs and read all our Land Rover reviews.

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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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We surveyed online 43,958 members of the general public covering 52,443 cars. Survey in field December 2018 to February 2019.

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Choosing the best Land Rover car

Once part of British Leyland, Land Rover is a British icon, now owned by Coventry-headquartered Jaguar Land Rover and, ultimately, by India-based Tata Motors. 

Its models range from the giant Land Rover Discovery and Land Rover Discovery Sport SUVs to the premium-priced Land Rover Range Rover.

Newer additions to the range include the popular smallest entry to the family, the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque, as well as the slightly larger and strikingly-styled Land Rover Range Rover Velar.

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