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2015 Land Rover LR4 What's new for 2015? 
2015 Land Rover LR4

After last year’s significant engine upgrade, changes for the 2015 LR4 luxury SUV are minimal. Land Rover’s InControl Apps and smartphone integration is now available, as is a new dual-tone Windsor Leather seat option. Side step rails are now standard while adaptive cruise control and collision mitigation are made available.

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2014 Land Rover LR4 What's new for 2014? 
2014 Land Rover LR4

The 2014 Land Rover LR4 receives important updates this year. Foremost is a new drivetrain, including a new 3.0-liter V6 engine and 8-speed automatic transmission. The 2014 LR4 also gets a new front bumper and headlights, and Meridian replaces harman/kardon as the audio system of choice.

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2013 Land Rover LR4 What's new for 2013? 
2013 Land Rover LR4

For 2013, the Land Rover LR4 is available with a Black Design aesthetic package that includes darkened exterior treatments. Five new paint colors are available, as are a premium leather option and enhancements to the navigation system.

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2012 Land Rover LR4 What's new for 2012? 
2012 Land Rover LR4

The Land Rover LR4 receives a series of audio and navigation system upgrades for the 2012 model year.

About Land Rover LR4

The 2016 Land Rover LR4 is a rolling ode to the legendary British brand itself. Tough on the outside, plush within, and capable of venturing farther off-road than most owners could ever dream. It's among a handful of rugged, body-on-frame luxury SUVs that remain, joining other holdouts such as the Lexus GX. Even within Land Rover's evolving lineup, the LR4 stands apart with its blocky looks. This is all good news if you want a 5- or 7-passenger premium SUV with a tough attitude and the chops to back it up. But the LR4's off-road prowess comes at the cost of ride quality, efficiency and everyday practicality. In those respects, rivals like the Acura MDX, Infiniti QX60 and Audi Q7 have the upper hand.

Consumer Reviews

2nd review of 2010 w V8

By on Tuesday, March 29, 2016

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 59,000

10 9.0
overall rating 9 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
9/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
9/10
Quality
9/10
Performance
10/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
9/10

Pros: "Heavy, great ride, quality, interior,engine,nav"

Cons: "Typical luxury maintenance expenses"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"Second review now with 59k mi and rating it a 9 overall. Most of the issues we had with the camera and stereo occured well within warranty. We have beat the nonsense out of this truck and with a proper set of AT tires on it winter conditions are not a concern. In this field of luxury off-roaders you cannot find a better value....we initially were going to buy the 2010 Q7. Thank goodness we did not get that truck. I've seen and heard more issues with Audis and the q7 has nowhere near the capability offroad, which was not a great concern of ours until we got this truck. Now we actively look for trails on mountains bc we have the piece of mind this truck brings and it has allowed us to witness some great mtn top views I would never have seen. Thankful that we have the v8...I see now they offer only the sc v6. Incl all options and tax I believe it was 67k. 7k less than the Q7 incl tax. Lexus til this day, in our opinion, still has a gaudy cheap looking interior. We are in the mkt again for a truck and we are considering the bigger cousins. LR dealerships are trying to buy as much of the LR4, at least with the v8, bc they are in great demand used. Resale kbb says is between 28-31k....not bad,46% resale potentially. We're keeping the LR4 and putting a roof mounted tent on top and we will use it as our adventure truck from here on out. It has also done exceptionally well on the highway and steep entrance ramps to hghwys getting up to 80 effortlessly matching traffic. The multi level suspension system has come in handy with wife and kids as well as our aging Lab. One gripe I have with most Luxury autos is replacing rotors with the brakes are mandatory bc the brake pads do not completely cover the rotors. Other than that, a very solid, solid truck I'm sure will provide many more years of service."

2 people out of 2 found this review helpful

The best bang for the buck SUV on the road

By on Tuesday, February 21, 2012

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 30,000

10 10.0
overall rating 10 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
10/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
10/10
Performance
9/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Pros: "Great Value, a vehicle to fall in love with"

Cons: "Fuel economy is pretty awful"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"I have owned the 2010 LR4 since Jan 2010, and have just clocked 30000 miles. I think I finally have enough experience to offer some insight into the value this vehicle offers. Firstly, let me just say, I love it. Even after 2 years of ownership, I still get excited for a trip to the store or to take the dog to the beach, when I know I will be driving the LR. Addressing some of the the most commonly discussed points re. the LR4 Cost - this vehicle is not cheap, but is not much more than a 4Runner LTD, about the same as a Volvo XC90, is less than an X5 or ML/GL350. However, you get a whole lot more for your money. Value - as mentioned above, you get more for your money in the LR than its comparably sized competitors. A level of luxury that meets or beats Lexus/BMW/Mercedes, and off-road abilities that are better than any of these competitors except maybe the 4Runner. I would back the LR over the Toyota, if for nothing else, the powerplant. The 5.0L V-8 is a beast. Reliability - Land Rover has a bad reputation for reliability. This is probably deserved on some of the older models. I can only speak to my experience. I have had a couple of minor electrical issues (a bad fuel sensing unit, and a stereo power issue) that were both resolved pretty quickly under warranty. Otherwise, its rock steady. Maintenance - Oil changes cost more than a moon shot ($130ish!). BUT, you only have to do them every 15000 miles (yes, 15000 is not a typo). Tires and brakes will last between 30 and 40000 miles, if you don't drive super aggressively. Fuel Economy - worried about fuel prices? Don't bother looking at an LR until they bring a diesel to the US. This thing is thirsty. Corp Support - I haven't had any run ins with LR Nth America, though I have heard some horror stories. Not too impressed with their recent effort to charge $250 to update the maps in the Nav system. Overall Impression - this is an amazing vehicle, massively confidence inspiring. Whether bombing down the interstate at 85, or climbing an ice covered drive, or a slick snowy mountain road, the LR seems completely sure footed. It is ridiculously comfortable, and very roomy. The features offered are impressive, and make me wonder how LR sells any Range Rovers when they offer the LR4 with so many bells and whistles. Its hard to imagine going back to reliable(ly) boring old Toyota after this...."

79 people out of 81 found this review helpful

Beautiful

By on Friday, October 07, 2011

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 17,000

10 7.0
overall rating 7 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
7/10
Value
8/10
Reliability
8/10
Quality
8/10
Performance
8/10
Styling
9/10
Comfort
9/10

Pros: "Confidence to go anywhere you please, and in style"

Cons: "Fuel consumption"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

Coastal highway roadtrip

"I have to admit shelling out what you would for this car was something I had to deal with, but once driving it home and seeing it in the drive, I knew I loved it. Traditionally LR's (Land Rover) have been unreliable, so I was hesitant to look at them to begin with, but once we saw the revamped 2010 we had to take a look at it. We found it had an all new V8 from Jaguar so that was a key factor overcoming the reliability issue I was concerned about. Smart move Tata. Suddenly you were getting a great engine with an interior that matched previous Range Rover's. The LR4 is bigger and more functional than the other LR models with the 2nd row seats folding completely flat matching the cargo space. Hard disc NAV. Curving headlamps. Air suspension lowers for easy entry. All Key. All of a sudden the LR4(Discovery)is no longer the hand me down, 2nd run, starving, adventurous student SUV. Being an English car you knew what you were getting into with the electronics, however, they are minor except for the rear camera, which is a common problem. Japanese system; you would think it would be money. They fixed it under warranty. Yes some lights have come on, but they havn't been anything that kept the car from functioning, and have been more of minor problems. The stereo has locked up on me using the usb port, but nothing a start/stop hadn't solved. Problem never re-occured. Advantage LR4 with the clock w/i eye sight compared to RR. Odd, but true. Still thinking that we're more active than we really are, our mtn bikes and rooftop cargo box looks at home on the LR4, not the RR. I can see where somone might say something about cheap parts, but every car has something. The LR4 there are few. We compared the Lexus models, but the consoles looked and felt cheap, chinsy even in our opinion. Our car is built solid w/o any hard plastic in the dash squeaking, or anything falling off. If you use it properly, and what it is meant for, you ultimately will bang something up on the car. That said if you want to coddle something, and pose get a lexus or any other non descript Asian brand. Or pay even more for European SUVs for matching accoutrements. Tata is onto something here and the automotive industry has recognized that fact. Knowing you have this vehicle in your garage gives you the confidence to take those trips you have always wanted. Enjoy it, everyone else does as you pass them by."

28 people out of 29 found this review helpful

Coastal highway roadtrip

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