There has been significant recent interest in stereo correspondence algorithms for use in the urban automotive environment [1, 2, 3]. In this paper we evaluate a range of dense stereo algorithms, using a unique evaluation criterion which provides quantitative analysis of accuracy against range, based on ground truth 3D annotated object information. The results show that while some algorithms provide greater scene coverage, we see little differentiation in accuracy over short ranges, while the converse is shown over longer ranges. Within our long range accuracy analysis we see a distinct separation of relative algorithm performance. This study extends prior work on dense stereo evaluation of Block Matching (BM), Semi-Global Block Matching (SGBM), No Maximal Disparity (NoMD), Cross, Adaptive Dynamic Programming (AdptDP), Efficient Large Scale (ELAS), Minimum Spanning Forest (MSF) and Non-Local Aggregation (NLA) using a novel quantitative metric relative to object range.