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Anyone who is looking for a sport utility vehicle that is made to get a little dirty on the untraveled path, pretty much knows to turn to Land Rover. This manufacturer does not design SUVs with a lot of flashy chrome or unnecessary features; they make vehicles that can take you where the others simply can’t. These are vehicles you can depend on to get you out of a mess, when you find yourself a little too deep in snow or mud.

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Landrover DC 100 SUV Coupe

Landrover DC 100 SUV Coupe
Year
2015
MSRP
$70,000
Fuel Economy
13 City / 21 Highway
Engine
5.0L V8
Seats
4
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Landrover DC 100 Sport SUV Coupe Convertible

Landrover DC 100 Sport SUV Coupe Convertible
Year
2015
MSRP
$81,000
Fuel Economy
13 City / 22 Highway
Engine
5.0L V8
Seats
2
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Landrover SUV Reviews

Anyone who is looking for a sport utility vehicle that is made to get a little dirty on the untraveled path, pretty much knows to turn to Land Rover. This manufacturer does not design SUVs with a lot of flashy chrome or unnecessary features; they make vehicles that can take you where the others simply can’t. These are vehicles you can depend on to get you out of a mess, when you find yourself a little too deep in snow or mud.

The Land Rover LR2 gets a more fuel-efficient engine for 2013. Its roomy cabin also sees a few upgrades to make it more compatible with the rest of the Land Rover line. A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder replaces last year’s thirsty V6. It also gets a revised center console with a navigation system operated through a 7-inch touchscreen.

On the outside, LR2 gets 18-inch alloy wheels, new headlights and tailgates and rain-sensing wipers. Heated washer jets and a heated windshield are available options that those in cold weather areas will likely appreciate. The 2013 LR2 competes with Acura RDX and BMW X3.

Land Rover LR4 will be released last for 2013, and will see a small price increase starting at $49,950. Of course, for just a little more, $54,175 will get you the better equipped HSE variant. This gives you power folding mirrors, unique wheels and third-row seating.

The content has not changed much for 2013, but there are five new fabulous exterior colors available, including Causeway Gray, Mariana Black, Barossa, Barolo Black and Havana. The Black Design package is a nice new addition as well, with 19 or 20-inch wheels, satin black roof racks, black design badging and a glossy black grille, mirror caps, door handles and fender vents.

Of course, the highlight of the line is the all new Land Rover Range Rover, which has been fully redesigned for 2013. Despite the changes, this big SUV is sure to live up to its reputation for all-terrain abilities.

The all-new Range Rover will start at $83,500, which is a hefty price tag, but it has a lot to offer. The LR-V8 5.0-liter engine pairs with an eight-speed automatic transmission for exceptional balance. The front end gets a new Dark Atlas grille, body colored bumpers and a fresh contemporary appearance. Standard 19-inch five-split spoke wheels can be upgraded to 20, 21 or even 22-inches, depending on your personal preference.

Inside, a Meridian sound system delivers crystal clear music throughout the luxurious cabin. Who says you can’t appreciate optimal comfort while traveling over rough terrain to get to your camp site? A heated leather steering wheel, three-zone climate control, auto-dimming interior mirror and grained leather upholstery will be appreciated by anyone.

The 2013 Range Rover receives a simplified and more accessible dash layout, created with the driver in mind. Just a few features to look forward to include a hard disk navigation system, Bluetooth phone connectivity, HD radio, 8-inch touchscreen, voice control and an LCD instrument cluster.

Although Land Rover Range Rover technically competes with Cadillac Escalade, Mercedes-Benz G-Class and Lexus LX 570, it is really all just comparing apples to oranges.