Land Rover Range Rover

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2016 Land Rover Range Rover

There’s a new 3.0-liter turbodiesel, with 443 lb-ft of torque and 29-mpg highway; HSE models have an updated supercharged V6 with 380 horsepower; new features include All-Terrain Progress Control, Automatic Access Height, Hands-Free Gesture Power Tailgate and Land Rover InControl Remote & Protect, for emergency services and other functions.

2015 Land Rover Range Rover

A less expensive long-wheelbase version is available in the Range Rover HSE, and that trim also gains soft-close doors and heated/cooled front seats. A Driver Assistance Package adds lane-departure warning, Park Distance Control that can prevent side impacts in tight confines, and assistance systems for getting into and out of parallel-parking spots.

About Land Rover Range Rover

Sitting supremely atop the luxury- SUV pinnacle is the 2016 Land Rover Range Rover. The SUV concept was started by Land Rover and Jeep, and the British nameplate remains the standard for world-conquering capabilities and unbeatable image. From a New Guinea jungle to a Connecticut dinner party, respect for and recognition of Range Rover is universal. And it has the chops to back it up, with technology and innovation that give it reason-defying capabilities. With a choice of three strong engines (including a new turbodiesel), a superbly brilliant driveline and suspension, impressive technology and an old-world Brit luxury feel, the Range Rover stands off from the crowd. Admittedly expensive and just slightly eccentric, the Land Rover Range Rover is unmistakably and unapologetically its own identity.