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The Most Common Range Rover Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Range Rover. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Range Rover

Range Rover is a sub-brand of the British company Land Rover, who are partnered with Jaguar. It frequently produces the company’s most luxurious and expensive cars, and as such has an incredible prestige among the motoring community. Range Rovers are often purchased over their competitors merely because of their badge and the pedigree that they bring.

The first Range Rover model was built as early as 1967 and was called the Velar. It was released to the public in 1969/70 and saw over 20 modifications in this time period alone. As the brand gained more reputation and prestige, the company decided to launch its own sub-brands, like the Range Rover Sport. The latest sub-brand to be released was the Velar in 2017.

Range Rovers are known for their style and off-road abilities. Virtually every car that the brand releases is better looking on the inside and out, than its competitors. This naturally generates a lot of popularity around the brand, even if, performance-wise, the vehicle sits behind its competitors. Range Rovers are also great offroad vehicles. They use Land Rover's tried and tested offroad features, like wading and four-wheel drive, to create cars that can handle pretty much any terrain. Although, you’ll rarely see a model of theirs go off-road because of how nice they look!

Range Rovers do have a host of common problems. For instance, their engines are frequently lackluster when compared to the competition. Not only are they worse performing, but they are also thirstier, which makes the long-term expenses of owning a model like this much higher than that of competitors. Furthermore, Range Rovers also often fail to deliver in terms of handling, because of a high amount of body lean.

Range Rover's biggest competition comes from Audi, BMW and Porsche, who all have a big foothold in the luxury SUV space.