Mrs RSK has one of these. It's her second D4 in a row and immediately before that she had a D3.
Let me tell you exactly why this is a very cool vehicle.
1 - Firstly it's the real thing - this is a proper, proper Land Rover and can go just about anywhere. We've taken all of our ours off road and plenty of Land Rover's a lot further off road yet and these machines are just about unstoppable in the sticky stuff.
2 - It's unbelievably comfortable, relaxed and refined - it's as at home on the motorway as it is up to it's axles in mud. It's fast, powerful, quiet and surges forward on 600nm of torque delivered via an 8 speed paddle shift auto whilst you sit inside in a beautiful air conditioned premium leather interior with all the toys you could need.
3 - It's not a Range Rover Sport, so you don't get mistaken for a footballer or drug dealer but it has exactly the same underpinnings (The RRS is a rebodied Disco with minor suspension tweaks), much greater practicality (bigger inside, 7 adult seats) and costs a couple of grand less trim for trim.
4 - It makes you feel special every time you get in it and you it's no just a go-anywhere vehicle in the off-road sense it truly is a car for all occasions. The aforementioned muddy fields and motorways or a posh hotel, a trip to the tip, transporting a wardrobe from Ikea, turning up to a business meeting, taking the folks to the airport, going on a sightseeing trip in London, stopping for a picnic using the split tailgate as a seat etc etc etc it truly is the archetypal multi purpose vehicle.
The thinking(wo)man's premium 4X4