"It's a fantastic achievement for the fourth generation Range Rover to be ranked highest in the J.D. Power 2013 APEAL Study," says Kim McCullough, brand VP, Land Rover North America. "This underscores the investment being made to innovation and engineering across the Land Rover product portfolio and into making this vehicle the most refined, most capable Range Rover ever."
The lighter (featuring an aluminum unibody) and stronger 2013 Range Rover is credited for taking luxury to a new level, according to the automaker. Developed from the ground up and launched last October, the new SUV has received more than 20 awards and accolades to date worldwide. Since its release, the fourth generation Range Rover has sold around 6,000 models in the U.S. in 2013. This is a 28-percent gain in a year-over-year comparison.