Price £63,995 - £94,720
The Range Rover has been the 4x4 to beat since it was introduced in 1970. The only downside is that it's not cheap - you'll need a healthy bank balance both to buy one, and keep it on the road. A range of updates each year have kept it firmly on the pace of rivals like the Audi Q7, so it's still the 4x4 to have - whether you're a premiership footballer or a gentleman farmer.
Price £71,310 - £98,430
Range Rover now competes with the very best luxury cars – even the likes of Rolls-Royce and Bentley, let alone Mercedes and Audi. Yet it has one trump card those don’t have – it can go anywhere! By using lightweight alumimium for the body, the Range Rover is much more fuel efficient than before, it's good to drive and overall quality and on-road refinement are suberb. Perhaps best of all, the car glides along – further proof that this is now a true luxury car. And this doesn't come at the expense of safety, with the Range Rover securing a full five-star crash safety rating from Euro NCAP.