The no-nonsense 2011 Land Rover LR4 doesn't waste your time with flowery advertisements. It does not come in 75 different trim levels with 436,392 permutations either. Instead, the new LR4 Land Rover comes in one very well-appointed trim with a singular invoice price of $43,362. The LR4 is a 4th-generation midsized SUV that looks good and is stylish enough for the city while simultaneously being one of the most rugged vehicles on the planet. It can go just about anywhere, in any type of terrain, and still pamper you with loads of comfort and luxurious amenities.
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The LR4 2011 Land Rover is powered by a dependable 5.0L 375-horsepower 375 lb-ft direct fuel-injected V8 engine coupled up with a CommandShift automatic 6-speed transmission. Payload and towing ratings are reported at 1325 pounds and 7716 pounds respectively. The EPA estimates that it will achieve 12/27 MPG city/highway. The LR4 arrives to purchasers with a 4-year/50,000 mile basic warranty and features estimated monthly payments of $898. The fulltime 4WD Land Rover LR4 features Terrain Response technologies and is offered with other notable standard safety features including:
The highly impressive 2011 Land Rover LR4 also includes standard features for luxury and comfort including 19-inch alloy wheels with low-profile runflat tires, automatic climate control, all-glass Alpine roof, standard seating for seven, leather upholstery and so much more. The LR4 carries over from 2010 basically unchanged, but is now offered with standard Hill Start Assist and wireless connectivity from Bluetooth. Competition is experienced from the Mercedes Benz M Class ($48,990), Cadillac SRX ($48,855) and the Lincoln MKT ($46,235).