The 2010 Land Rover LR4 arrives on the US markets having a lot in common with the pricier Range Rover Sport. In fact, they share the same platform, independent suspension system, powertrain and drive system. The difference in price comes from the fact that the LR4 comes with less standard equipment and is designed to be a more practical, working vehicle. That doesn't mean that it doesn't come loaded down with cool features for technology, convenience, comfort and performance. The LR4 is based on its predecessor, the LR3 which won over 100 awards for its innovative design.
The LR4 Land Rover 2010 is powered by a brutish 5.0L 32-valve V8 engine that cranks out 375 horsepower at 6500 RPM. It's joined by a 6-speed automatic transmission to create 375 lb-ft of torque at 3500 RPM. It has a maximum towing capacity of 7716 pounds and is able to simultaneously accommodate 1325 pounds of payload. It features an 18.8-foot turning radius and 22.8-gallon fuel tank. EPA estimations for fuel economy are 12 city/17 highway. The LR4 is a 4-door vehicle that can optionally be configured to seat seven passengers comfortably. All occupants will sense that its full-time all wheel drive system is a powerful weapon against all types of weather, all types of terrain and all types of accidents.
The Land Rover 2010 LR4 is a midsized luxury SUV, one of the fastest-growing and largest segments of the entire worldwide automotive industry. That means that there's loads of competition including the Acura MDX, Lexus RX 350, BMW X5, Audi Q5 and the Mercedes-Benz GLK. Retail pricing begins at $47,250. Getting a loan on a new, safe Land Rover is easier than you might think! Standard and optional features of interest include:
At 190.1 inches long, the 2010 Land Rover LR4 weighs in at the curb at 5703 pounds. Its wheelbase is 113.6 inches and it clears the ground by a high-stepping 7.3 inches. On the inside, you'll find plenty of hip, shoulder and headroom as well as 42.4 inches of legroom in the front and 37.6 inches of legroom for rear passengers. The standard luggage capacity of 44.5 cubic feet holds loads of gear, but can still be expanded to up to 87.4 cubic feet. Other creature features include first and second row LCD screens, voice activated navigation, a harmon/kardon 9-speaker audio system with amplifier and much more. Explore the Land Rover LR4 further today and enjoy the experience!the the the the the RRRR