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2019 Range Rover on sale in Australia from $194,535, new SDV6 available

Land Rover has just announced a host of updates for the 2019 Range Rover, including a new 202kW SDV6, as well as revised driver-assistance tech.

Another update within the Range Rover stable is an enhanced eight-speed automatic for the 4.4-litre SDV8 diesel, which helps deliver superior efficiency and CO2 emissions.

The new powertains will join the P400e plug-in hybrid electric vehicle with launched last year. The P400e offers a maximum all-electric zero-emissions range of 51km when fully charged. To make sure you get the most out of the battery the Range Rover’s navigation system uses route data to calculate the most efficient route.

Adaptive cruise control with stop and go function is also now available on all models. This technology enables the big SUV to maintain a set distance from the car in front and to follow it to a stop. If the car in front is stationary for less than three seconds the system will pull away again. This technology is available alongside adaptive cruise control with steering assist.

These updates follow on from Land Rover’s recent announcement that the 2019 Range Rover Sport would also receive a host of safety updates as well as a new engine.

Nick Collins, vehicle line director, Jaguar Land Rover, said:

“Range Rover is the original luxury SUV and the most capable and refined vehicle of its kind. The latest updates ensure customers enjoy the peerless comfort they’ve come to expect, with more choice, convenience and safety than ever.”

The 2019 Range Rover is available now, and is priced from $194,535 (excluding on-road costs).

If you’re in the market for a brand-new Range Rover our car buying team New Vehicle Group can help you find the best price as well as arrange finance and delivery should you need it.

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Josh Bennis

Josh has worked within the automotive journalism landscape for the best part of a decade. He's driven everything from a 1972 Mazda 808 station wagon to an Aston Martin DBS. Josh's job is to make sure New Vehicle Buyer readers remain informed and entertained on a daily basis.

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