V6 All-wheel Drive
2006 Land Rover LR3

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EngineEngine 4.0LV-6
MPGMPG 14 City / 19 Hwy
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2006 LR3 Overview

The Land Rover LR3 was introduced as an all-new model for 2005 to replace the old Discovery.A new V6 model has been added to the lineup for 2006, lowering the price of entry.The LR3 in an impressive achievement.While other mid-luxury SUVs are surrendering off-road capabilities, the LR3 combines responsive on-road performance with anywhere off-road capability in a comfortable, safe and secure vehicle.

The LR3 offers the competence of the Range Rover and some of its luxurious feel.Underway, it feels composed and secure, with little noise and vibration transmitted into the cabin.It incorporates the latest in electronic systems, which select 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.By twisting a knob to Snow, Sand, Mud and Ruts, or any one of five different settings that cover every imaginable type of driving condition, you can optimize 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 4.4-liter V8, a modified Jaguar engine, develops 300 horsepower and delivers strong throttle response, with 315 pound-feet of torque.It's paired with a six-speed automatic, smoother and more responsive than a traditional four-speed, and permanent four-wheel drive.The 4.0-liter V6 engine introduced for 2006 produces 216 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque.The brakes are excellent.

The LR3 has a spacious, airy cabin with comfortable seats and intuitive controls.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.
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2006 LR3 Overview

The Land Rover LR3 was introduced as an all-new model for 2005 to replace the old Discovery.A new V6 model has been added to the lineup for 2006, lowering the price of entry.The LR3 in an impressive achievement.While other mid-luxury SUVs are surrendering off-road capabilities, the LR3 combines responsive on-road performance with anywhere off-road capability in a comfortable, safe and secure vehicle.

The LR3 offers the competence of the Range Rover and some of its luxurious feel.Underway, it feels composed and secure, with little noise and vibration transmitted into the cabin.It incorporates the latest in electronic systems, which select 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.By twisting a knob to Snow, Sand, Mud and Ruts, or any one of five different settings that cover every imaginable type of driving condition, you can optimize 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 4.4-liter V8, a modified Jaguar engine, develops 300 horsepower and delivers strong throttle response, with 315 pound-feet of torque.It's paired with a six-speed automatic, smoother and more responsive than a traditional four-speed, and permanent four-wheel drive.The 4.0-liter V6 engine introduced for 2006 produces 216 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque.The brakes are excellent.

The LR3 has a spacious, airy cabin with comfortable seats and intuitive controls.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.Hide Full Review