2015Land RoverLR2

Land Rover LR2

Evoque's Older Brother Gets Some Love Brands like Jeep, Land Rover and General Motors' now-defunct Hummer all come from rich military backgrounds, with their forebearers having proven their ability to tackle just about any terrain, from desert to jungle. Each has faced the difficult...

- Reviewed by Jeffrey N. Ross

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2015 Land Rover LR2
MSRP: $36,600 - $36,600
2014 Land Rover LR2
MSRP: $36,600 - $36,600
2013 Land Rover LR2
MSRP: $36,400 - $36,400
2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport

Just Because You Have A Family Doesn't Mean You Can't Have An Adventure

We travel to Iceland to see if Land Rover's new Discovery Sport is just another premium CUV, or if it's got the off-road goods to wear the Green Oval proudly.
2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport targets lux CUVs with off-road chops, room for seven

LR2 Replacement Arrives In Early 2015, Priced From $37,995*

Land Rover's latest product offensive has targeted the brand's high-end Range Rover line, with the eponymous fullsize model receiving rave reviews alongside critical acclaim for the midsize Sport and compact Evoque. As we found when testing the LR4, that's left the standard Land Rover models in a particularly bad place, a fact that's doubly true when analyzing the entry-level Land Rover, the unloved LR2.
Land Rover Discovery Sport photos hit the web early

Shortly before its official premiere, the first official-looking photos of the 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport have leaked online, thanks to Italian site Autoblog.it (no relation!). The new midsize crossover effectively replaces the LR2/Freelander, and will most notably be offered with seven-passenger seating.
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2014 Land Rover LR2
$37,900 / 4,595 miles / NJ
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$34,900 / 5,240 miles / NJ
2014 Land Rover LR2
$37,900 / 9,853 miles / NJ
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"the LR2 successfully traversed the prescribed course, the things the little ute achieved were nonetheless quite impressive -- climbing steep, muddy hills; crawling over tall, wheel-lifting, body-twisting mounds; swimming through ice-cold water slightly deeper than the floorboards; dropping confidently down roller-coaster-like grades at the brim of a sand/gravel pit (thanks, Hill Descent Control); and blasting down saturated dirt roads.