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    Land Rover Range Rover Velar User Reviews

    Looking for Land Rover Range Rover Velar? Here are the reviews and ratings by Range Rover Velar owners from across the country.

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    4.6/5

    33 Ratings

    5 star

    73%

    4 star

    18%

    3 star

    6%

    2 star

    0%

    1 star

    3%

    Version
    All Versions
    ₹ 73,30,003
    Avg. Ex-Showroom

    Categories (out of 5)

    • 4.8Exterior
    • 4.8Comfort
    • 4.6Performace
    • 4.1Fuel Economy
    • 4.6Value for Money

    All Land Rover Range Rover Velar Reviews

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    • Its happiness wali gaadi....
      Its look like awesome and it's features is too good and it's driving technology feel like it's enable with the future technology AI and its price per it's features is suitable price so this SUV come from land rover I think they work on this mfg it's very hard because they are not compromise in its features so I love the car...
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      2 years ago | Suresh
    • Lands talker
      Overview What is it? The Velar plugs a gap in, er, Land Rover’s range of Range Rovers. It’s bigger than the Evoque but smaller than the Sport. It also uses what is for Land Rover a new platform, sharing its underpinnings with the Jaguar F-Pace, which maybe also gives you an idea of is size. It’s expensive, but it’s its good fortune to look and feel expensive too. It’s luxurious and has more off-road capability than most rivals – and than the Jag. In size, the Velar sits somewhere between a BMW X4 and X6, Mercedes GLC Coupe and GLE Coupe, and above the Audi Q5. Smooth, pared-back and slimmed-down style takes priority over absolute space or off-road ruggedness. The Velar’s silhouette is quite fast, marked by a rising belt, falling roof, pinched tail and a lot of screen rake. The surfaces are pure as snow. Especially around the nose, it’s naked of step-lines, the grille, lamps and bumper meticulously flush. Which makes the numberplate plinth stand out like a flesh wound. Also the fake vents on the bonnet and below the door mirrors. But in all it’s a very well-worked shape, and if you see it alongside a range Rover Sport you instantly see how the skin has been pulled tight, the roof dropped and the details finely slimmed. The cabin is even more of a revelation, for the way style and function meet in an all-new glass-cockpit system for displays and controls. It doesn’t have a low-ratio transfer box, nor the decoupling anti-roll bars you can get on the Sport. So it’s not fully specced to Land Rover’s outermost off roader level. But by most standards it’s massively capable in the wilderness
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      2 years ago | Pratik Bagale
    • The perfect car
      The look of the car is eye catching in many ways. The attractive color and the attractive design makes people stare your car for sure. The riding expierence is as smooth as u ever wanted. The features of the car are just unmatchable and perfect in every sense. This car is going to be the game changer for Indian elite class people. Its much more wonderful and classy than I ever expected.
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      2 years ago | Sannidhya

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