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Range Rover–branded vehicles debuted in America 30 years ago with an SUV rentals Miami that hadn’t changed much since it went on sale elsewhere in the world in 1970. It finally landed in the colonies roughly concurrent with the first Japanese luxury cars from Lexus and Infiniti and half a dozen years before anything wearing the badge of parent company Land Rover.
Iconic styling, extreme off-road capability, a premium price, and a penchant for popping up on Hollywood Boulevard have given the name clout and status-symbol cachet nearly unmatched in the SUV universe.
Range Rover’s Autobiography rental Miami label adds some heft to its already hefty SUVs; perforated leather upholstery, a heated steering wheel, three-zone automatic climate control, 16-way power heated and cooled front seats with memory, xenon headlamps, a special headliner, an 825-watt Meridian sound system, and aluminum interior accents. (These all are upgrades from the midrange Supercharged Dynamic trim.)
The Range Rover Sport has the juice to warrant its label, packing a direct-injected, supercharged, and intercooled 5.0-liter V-8 that makes 510 horsepower. Despite being installed in an SUV weighing nearly 5600 pounds, the eight-pot jolted the Range Rover Sport to 60 mph from a standstill in 4.7 seconds on all-season tires, during which significant squat gives the driver a true sense of launching. The fully electric Tesla Model X Rental is much quicker, teleporting to 60 mph in a blistering 3.3 seconds on high-performance tires but without (obviously) the hearty and satisfying 5.0-liter roar of the Sport. The Mercedes-AMG GLE63 rental S 4MATIC and the BMW X5 M both ripped to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds. These German performance SUVs also cost more.
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Vehicles are scheduled for 10 am pickup and due back at 10 am. However, depending on demand and scheduling, a grace period for return or early pickup may be an option as well as billed hourly.