Perfectly complementing the powertrain’s effortless power delivery is the Range Rover’s typically impeccable ride comfort. Through some of Miami’s most fractured roads, the Range Rover PHEV floats over massive potholes and uneven surfaces with ease. This is the most comfortable SUV we’ve ever driven that doesn’t wear a Bentley or Rolls-Royce badge – it’s that cushy.
The drawback here is that it comes at the cost of proficient handling ability. Over our weeklong test, we dubbed the P400e the “leaning tower of Range Rover.” This is an adequate description of its behavior around corners, where the air suspension allows for lots of body roll. A sport-focused SUV this is not. Even so, the Range Rover’s on-road behavior only summates a small portion of its abilities.