The new V6 serves as the sole engine. At 340 horsepower, the V6 is 35 horsepower shy of the old V8, but promises 20 mpg in combined driving—a substantial improvement. As before, the LR4 comes standard with full-time four-wheel drive, hill descent control, and Land Rover’s Terrain Response System, which optimizes performance for five driver-selected road conditions. The leather cabin seats five, or seven with the optional third row.
Even an entry-level LR4 comes with premium features as standard:
The LR4's $50,595 base price includes a panoramic sunroof, an eight-speaker Meridian sound system, blind-spot monitoring, collision alert, and front and rear cameras.
But there's always more. You can upgrade with two key packages:
- HSE: Adds hard-drive navigation, voice controls, seven-spoke wheels, keyless access and starting, power-folding mirrors, protector-beam headlights with high-pressure washers, parking sensors, and a front DVD display screen.
- HSE LUX: The ultimate LR4 piles on exclusive features like premium Windsor leather, a refrigerated compartment, a 17-speaker Meridian audio system with subwoofer, a driver memory package and interior mood lighting.
It would be hard to feel cheated by the lavishly equipped base LR4. If your budget allows, though, there's nothing wrong with paying extra for the HSE or HSE LUX—the latter costs $60,795, which is still class-competitive for a fully-loaded SUV with Land Rover's serious off-road credentials.
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