Interior space, luxury features, off-road ability.
Vague steering, outdated ergonomics.
Feeling its age now but this leviathan off-roader is still a highly competent machine and can still double as a luxury cruiser in the mould of the Range Rover. Old technology turbodiesel engine is a little crude but is highly effective - mainly because of its enormous size at 4.2 litres. V8 petrol is super-smooth but rather thirsty. Will seat seven and has many luxury features as standard, including leather, sat-nav, Bluetooth compatibility as well as all the off-road hardware you'd need to ensure you keep moving over the most treacherous terrain in the world.