If you want a traditionally-styled, go-anywhere SUV with the iconic Land Rover badge on the grille, look no further than Land Rover’s LR4. Updated for 2012 with a new audio and navigation system, and now supporting more connectivity options than its predecessors, the LR4 is a good choice for getting from point A to point B, regardless of road or weather conditions.
The LR4 model was introduced just a few years back, replacing the previous LR3. Land Rover has taken strides to up the quality of the LR4, fitting it with a much-improved interior featuring richer materials and a better overall layout. The SUV’s classic box-on-box styling remains conservative and elegant, and there’s no mistaking the LR4 for anything other than a Land Rover.
Unlike the modestly-powered LR2, the LR4 accelerates with authority despite its near-6,000 pound weight and full-time all-wheel-drive system. Power comes from a 5.0-liter V-8, rated at 375 horsepower and mated to a six-speed automatic...
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