Highlights: The redesign Range Rover is the first SUV to be built from a light-weight, all- aluminum body, causing the vehicle to be lighter, while at the same time improving gas mileage. And don’t expect a third-row in any Land Rover. This is a true five seater, with room for cargo.
Test vehicle’s MSRP: $96,195 (Base price $83,545)
Seating Capacity: 5
Standard Safety Features: air bags (front, side, head, knee and side impact); ABS; electronic brake distribution; all-terrain dynamic stability control; electronic brake-force distribution system; a hill descent control; an electronic parking brake; a roll stability control system; an anti- trap feature on all windows and sunroof; front and rear parking and distant control features; a tire pressure monitoring system; and a rear view camera.
Standard Equipment: 19-inch wheels; an 8-speed transmission; Xenon headlights; a 4-wheel drive system; an air suspension system with automatic load leveling; a LCD instrument cluster; a voice-activated nav system; real-time traffic updates; push-button keyless starter; a triple zone climate control system; a heated power automatic tilt/telescopic leather-wrapped steering wheel; power heated front seat with lumbar support and driver’s memory; manual recline rear seat; grained leather seats; electrically heated door mirrors; a power assist upper (and lower) tailgate; and automatic high beam/low beam headlights
Standard Audio: a 380-watt, 13-speaker AM/FM/HD/Satellite radio/6-Disc CD changer
Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty: 4 years or 50,000 miles
Towing Capability: 7,716 lbs
Bluetooth Compatibility: Yes
Standard Engine/Horsepower: 5.0-liter, 8-cylinder/375-hp
Recommended Fuel: Premium
Standard Fuel Mileage: 14-city/20-hwy