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Some of its newness and exclusivity may have faded, but the current Range Rover is a car to aspire to

Business Car Manager Verdict

The latest Range Rover has been on sale for a while now and has, I think, become deservedly popular, despite the price hike over the outgoing model.

Yes, some of its newness and exclusivity may have faded, but considering its size and weight, the TDV6 is impressive to drive and surprisingly frugal.

This model will get even more frugal with 2015 model year changes, which centre on engine changes, equalling an 8.5 per cent fall to 40.9 mpg and CO2 emissions which are now 182 g/km. Read more here.

For the business user, the decider is whether the Range Rover’s 32% BIK is a shameless extravagance when compared to the entry level BMW X5 sDrive 25d (25%).

 The low down for the Range Rover 3.0 TDV6 Vogue SE....

Doors and body style 5-door SUV
Engine/gearbox: 3.0-litre 6 cyl turbo diesel/eight-speed automatic transmission
CO2 Emissions: 196 g/km
Economy: 37.7 mpg
Power/torque 258bhp/600Nm
0-62mph/top speed: 7.4 secs/130mph
Insurance group: 46


…..and what it costs


P11D Value £77,910
Monthly business rental (ex VAT) From £N/A (3yrs/30,000 miles)
Road tax (VED) Band J
Company Car Tax Bands 2014/15 to 2016/17 32%, 24%
Benefit in kind 2014/15 to 2016/17  £25,680; £27,285
Annual/Monthly fuel benefit (20%)  £115.75/£1,389
Annual/Monthly fuel benefit (40%) £231.50/£2,778
Annual/monthly company car tax (20%) £5,136/£428
Annual/monthly company car tax (40%) £10,272/£856
Figures correct at time of posting
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