In the luxury SUV segment, the 2019 Land Rover Range Rover and 2019 BMW X7 are top competitors. In the end, once you’ve compared them side-by-side, you’ll see the Range Rover provides more for a more affordable price. And when the Range Rover has plenty of luxury features and standard safety, why choose a more expensive option that hasn’t even been released yet?
The Range Rover is built with a 340 hp, 3.0L Supercharged V6 gas engine, achieving 17 mpg city/23 mpg highway ratings. The X7 isn’t too far behind the Range Rover with its standard 335 hp, 3.0L inline engine. The EPA-estimated mpg ratings for the BMW X7 haven’t been released yet.
Both interiors sport class and luxury features to keep every Saddle River driver happy, however, when it comes to standard features vs. add-ons, the Range Rover interior is the best option. Here’s what each model has to offer.
The new Range Rover provides a Speed Lowering System, Two-speed transfer case, Low-Traction Launch, Advanced Tow Assist, Hill Descent Control, Terrain Response® with EV Mode, Dynamic Mode, Comfort Mode, and safety tech including emergency braking, lane departure warning, front and rear parking aid, cruise control with speed limiter. All of these come standard to ensure your safety on Englewood roads. The BMW X7, for better control, offers a Dynamic Handling package to be added on.
Once you’re ready to get behind the wheel of a Land Rover SUV such as the Range Rover, contact us at Land Rover Paramus for a test drive. If you want to learn more, compare the Range Rover to the Ford Explorer or the Porsche Cayenne, or ask us about the differences between a Land Rover and Range Rover.