Reviewing 2013 Land Rover Range Rover
16 Jan 2013
One finally gets to see some angles and curves in 2013 Land Rover Range Rover. Along with a bit of rake, one will find much more going on in this Rover, addressing the shortcomings without adding new ones. What makes the new Range Rover much more agile on the road is the extensive use of aluminum in its construction.
2013 Land Rover Range Rover – Compleat Guides
Exteriors and Interiors
Retaining the unmistakable styling, the new 2013 Land Rover Range Rover is 2 inches longer than its predecessor but you will find it looking smaller, thanks to the lower stance. The gentler grille on the up front makes the model look more welcoming. Inside, you will find the design tapered and flowing with those semi-aniline leather seats and rich wood trim. You will find more cargo room and those polarizing taillights and headlights will remind you of a Ford Explorer. A 29-speaker and 1,700-watt sound system will simply drown out any other noise. There is more room in the rear and all chairs can be heated and cooled for higher comfort. Get entertainment and info on a 12.3-inch LCD display, with an 8-inch touch screen located in the middle.
Engine and Performance
Shedding 700 pounds have certainly made 2013 Land Rover Range Rover more nimble. A 5.0-liter V-8 and 375 horsepower powers the base models along with the ZF-built 8 speed transmission. You can make the luxury SUV reach 60 mph in just 6.5 seconds from zero. Variable-ratio electric power steering makes for the admirable feel as well as precise control. The credit also goes to those 4 wheel independent suspensions fitted with adaptive air dampers. Terrain Response system ensures that the driver is able to handle just about anything on the road.
You can taken the new Land Rover Range Rover2013 home after shelling out $83,500 and feel the royalty of wearing a crest and purple ermine. Passengers get plenty of comfort inside. Summing up 2013 Land Rover Range Rover review, it is a great model and worth every dollar you have spent. Buyers can pick from 37 exterior and 17 interior hues
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