2013 Land Rover LR2 SUV – Review
04 Feb 2013
Land Rover is once again all set to release its new product 2013 LR2 compact SUV very soon in the coming year. The car will be cleaner, more well-organized and embrace more apparatus than its predecessor. Together with slight styling improvements, the 2013 Land Rover LR2 gets a smaller and more fuel-efficient engine.
Specifications of 2013 Land Rover LR2 SUV
Improvements as far as exterior on the LR2 limit to new wheel designs, refurbished headlights and three new colors. Even if, it is beset with the Land Rover’s boxy styling, the LR2 still appears youthful and even a little sporty. It also gets new LED headlights with detailing. Some extra bright work has also been The worked on the frame, and the 17-inch wheels have been redesigned.
The 2013 LR2 comes with a handful interior improvement, as well. The straight top of the car makes it a little larger, and a lot easier to enter and come out of it. As a result, the vehicle makes additional logic for families or citizens who long to use their SUV for more practical uses. In other words, the 2013 LR2 is the rational complement to the Evoque. Other convenience features of LR2 consist of “passive start,”. The drivers are as such allowed to begin the car remotely and an optional rear view camera.
The car features a more powerful and fuel-efficient turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. It is assisted by a six-speed mechanical transmission which drives power to all wheels through the stable all-wheel drive system. This engine is made of only aluminum and is 88 pounds lighter than its six-cylinder precursor, which helps the LR2 to accelerate zero to 60 mph in 8.2 seconds. Not much has altered in terms of handling. With two fewer cylinders, the new engine is more efficient.
From the safety point of view, the car comes with hill descent control, emergency Brakeforce distribution, dynamic stability control, alarm with immobilizer, child seat anchors and evening sensing headlamps, 4-wheel ABS, front and rear head airbags, dual front side-mounted airbags.
The center console is redesigned featuring a seven-inch touch screen allowing the possessor to crank songs via a new sound system from Meridian. The LR2 also hops on the voice detection bandwagon by way of Land Rover’s “Say What You See” system, which makes use of visual prompts for drivers to pick with voice instructions.
The expected price of Landrover LR2 SUV is $37,250