2008 Land Rover LR3

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$48,525 - $54,025
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Engine Engine 4.4LV-8
MPG MPG 12 City / 17 Hwy
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2008 LR3 Overview

The Land Rover LR3 in an impressive achievement.While other mid-luxury SUVs are surrendering off-road competence, the LR3 combines responsive on-road performance with go-anywhere off-road capability in a vehicle that is comfortable, safe and secure.

The LR3 offers the competence of the more expensive Range Rover and some of its luxurious feel.Underway, the LR3 feels stable and composed, with little noise and vibration transmitted into the cabin.The brakes are excellent, something that can't be said of its predecessor, the Discovery.

The LR3 incorporates the latest in electronics in a system called Terrain Response, which selects the best combination of traction, power, gearing, and braking to suit any type of terrain and surface, to put serious off-road trekking within the reach of most enthusiasts.Simply twisting a knob to Grass/Gravel/Snow, Mud/Ruts, Sand, or Rock Crawl optimizes the settings for the LR3's mind-boggling array of electronic controls and traction aids.In short, the LR3 can go just about anywhere on the planet.And it does it in style.

The LR3 has a spacious, airy cabin with comfortable seats.It can seat up to seven passengers with the optional third row, and the seats fold flat into the floor individually, making this a versatile utility vehicle.

For 2008, all Land Rover LR3 models come with seven-passenger seating and a V8 engine.Five-passenger models and V6s are no longer available.

The V8 is sourced from Jaguar.It has variable cam phasing, develops 300 horsepower and delivers strong throttle response with 315 pound-feet of torque on tap.It comes with a six speed automatic.

The LR3 is a highly capable off-road vehicle.All models come with a two-speed transfer case, permanent four-wheel drive, Land Rover's Terrain Response off-road system and Hill Descent Control.The LR3 also comes with an automatic load-leveling rear suspension useful for towing, and an adjustable suspension with three height settings for regular driving, off-roading, and loading.A Class III hitch gives the LR3 a 7700-pound tow rating.
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2008 LR3 Overview

The Land Rover LR3 in an impressive achievement.While other mid-luxury SUVs are surrendering off-road competence, the LR3 combines responsive on-road performance with go-anywhere off-road capability in a vehicle that is comfortable, safe and secure.

The LR3 offers the competence of the more expensive Range Rover and some of its luxurious feel.Underway, the LR3 feels stable and composed, with little noise and vibration transmitted into the cabin.The brakes are excellent, something that can't be said of its predecessor, the Discovery.

The LR3 incorporates the latest in electronics in a system called Terrain Response, which selects the best combination of traction, power, gearing, and braking to suit any type of terrain and surface, to put serious off-road trekking within the reach of most enthusiasts.Simply twisting a knob to Grass/Gravel/Snow, Mud/Ruts, Sand, or Rock Crawl optimizes the settings for the LR3's mind-boggling array of electronic controls and traction aids.In short, the LR3 can go just about anywhere on the planet.And it does it in style.

The LR3 has a spacious, airy cabin with comfortable seats.It can seat up to seven passengers with the optional third row, and the seats fold flat into the floor individually, making this a versatile utility vehicle.

For 2008, all Land Rover LR3 models come with seven-passenger seating and a V8 engine.Five-passenger models and V6s are no longer available.

The V8 is sourced from Jaguar.It has variable cam phasing, develops 300 horsepower and delivers strong throttle response with 315 pound-feet of torque on tap.It comes with a six speed automatic.

The LR3 is a highly capable off-road vehicle.All models come with a two-speed transfer case, permanent four-wheel drive, Land Rover's Terrain Response off-road system and Hill Descent Control.The LR3 also comes with an automatic load-leveling rear suspension useful for towing, and an adjustable suspension with three height settings for regular driving, off-roading, and loading.A Class III hitch gives the LR3 a 7700-pound tow rating.Hide Full Review