Oh, and for those of you who are concerned about emissions, and quality concerns...the current fuel economy is similar to many like vehicles, and the quality concerns have been addressed by the new owner. They are wanting the Land Rover/Range Rover name not only be synonymous with it's off road ability, but also it's fit, finish, and quality.
It is unfair to post an article that is talking about earlier models of the vehicle, which were indeed a nightmare. But since this is an all new model, it would be like comparing your new iPhone with your old Nokia.
I live in the northeast and have to haul around (2) 75lb Golden Retrievers, not to mention the crappy roads, snow/ice, camping equipment, kayaks, bikes...and whatever else I can get myself into. I would rather buy something like this, then spend equal money on a POS American equivalent.