Modern Rovers, say from 2011 or so, should be fine for the first 100k or so. I would not want to own an LR as a DD beyond that, but many do. Earlier ones can be problematic and even now, LR won't (can't) have Honda or Toyota reliability, but I would put them above our Jeeps and GM, but below BMW overall. This is from our and our family and friends' actual experience.
I have had three recent RR's since 2011; 2 RR Sports and my current and favorite so far is a '17 full size RR HSE turbodiesel. The two prior RR Sports had a few glitches in the initial 10k miles or so (inop steering wheels heater, blue screens), but were fine after. One needed a battery early on. The RR HSE has been great for the 44K so far, but did need a suspension air pump. None resulted in a stuck vehicle, all issues were handled under warranty and the loaners are always nice.
Talk to actual owners and give second hand rumors the appropriate weight. Find a reputable local independent LR mechanic for post warranty work. They are complex, premium vehicles so set your expectations accordingly, but our experience is positive. I'd recommend one.