Versatile and capable maybe, though I would question that on any recent LR vehicles as it's seemingly impossible to fit a decent wheel and mud tyre combo with good sidewall height. Quality, reliability and longevity there is no debate.You mean like my 22 year old 110, run until scrap and ditto my 1998 Cruiser Amazon.
Fact is though, while the LC is perfectly versatile and was used for work, I never found a Range Rover to be any less versatile or capable of work. I bought one new and ran it to 98,000 miles and I regret having sold it. It was a classic diesel with the rather noisy 2.4 VM engine that couldn't pull the skin off a rice pudding under 2000 revs. Yet it towed 3.5 tons like a champ and fetched the cows as well as any other vehicle.
There's another mindset, the inverse of vehicle snobbery seen in some posts here, where a friend who has businesses apart from his very well run farm, has two Range Rover Sports. An old one that is now used as a general runabout and the one he's always seen it, which must be nearer 15 years old than 10. Then there's the other one that he is never seen in locally and kept hidden in his garage to be used for long journeys and fun, a supercharged V8 petrol SVA. He literally doesn't want to be seen by anyone he knows in that one unless he knows that they are not the jealous type.
Inverse snobbery is definitely a thing, Ive heard very wealthy individuals bragging about how their old Mondeo cost them 300 quid and has never broke or that their new Kia uses next to no fuel.