Known for luxurious off-road prowess, UK-based Land Rover is currently owned, with sibling Jaguar, by Tata Motors of India. Popular with both pavement drivers and dirt warriors, Land Rover is the quintessential rig for exploring the unknown.
Whether you're after some luxury-car trimmings or maybe you need to climb a mountain, the new Land Rover Defender is more than ready for the task.
The top-trim Defender may not carry the pure panache of Mercedes' G-Class, but it's still wildly impressive for the price.
It's just over a foot longer than the 110, which means the third row of seats will be usable.
JLR's been in perpetual trouble for a while. Now, a massive overhaul will see the company think smaller.
There are other changes too, including infotainment upgrades and even more trim levels.
Whether you want something small and sensible or large and luxurious, there's a high-riding utility vehicle out there for you.
Jeep has finally given us a three-row Grand Cherokee. Can it best the ever-popular Disco?
The new, three-row Jeep Grand Cherokee competes with proper off-roaders and a long list of midsize SUVs. Here's how it stacks up with the best of the bunch.