The 2011 Land Rover LR2 SUV is available with a standard 3.2L 6 cylinder engine, which provides enough torque and power to allow the car to steer on off-road tracks. The car has all the indoor controls that you would expect from a Land Rover, including Traction Control and Stability Control. Traction Control comes in particularly handy when you are traveling off the road, and with a large amount of traction options available, the driver is certainly not going to feel the effects of the road.
Stability controls have also been redesigned, with the Land Rover LR2 SUV featuring a new set of Stability options that keep streamline the car for better performance. The Land Rover LR2 SUV is much smaller than its previous incarnations, but the interior has been expanded in order to provide more space. Handling of the Land Rover LR2 SUV is certainly above what you will find in the average models.
You can also get optional features attached in the car, such as a Navigation System, Bluetooth connectivity, and satellite radio. None of these are included in the base model. However, for people who require them, Land Rover does manufacture these on order and place them in their models. The base model includes side/ curtain airbags to provide protection against accidents. The engine performance is supposed to take the car from zero to sixty in around 8.5 seconds, so do not expect this car to be a speed demon. People who are looking for a powerful SUV that provides a complete performance should be pleased with the performance of the Land Rover LR2 SUV, as it includes everything that you would want in such a vehicle. The interior features heavy leather touches, which just gives it a faint, luxurious feel.