2008 Land Rover LR2

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$33,985 - $35,375
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EngineEngine 3.2LI-6
MPGMPG 16 City / 23 Hwy
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2008 LR2 Overview

If the Land Rover LR2 doesn't knock the socks off of shoppers for an SUV of this size and price, nothing will.It offers more content than they have reason to expect, compared to what's out there.Think of it as a baby Range Rover Sport, for at least 20 grand less.It costs about $8,000 less than the next Land Rover up the scale, the LR3, and has a more powerful and smoother engine: an all-new, high-tech, inline six-cylinder built by Volvo, mated to a sophisticated six-speed automatic transmission.

The styling is clean and handsome, and the interior roomy, with leather seating surfaces, wood trim, a panoramic sunroof, fold-flat rear seats, quality sound system and all the power stuff as standard equipment.The body structure is second to none in its rigidity and safety, with liberal use of ultra-high-strength steel in the door beams and other places.The list of electronic safeguards goes on and on.ABS, EBD, EBA, DSC, ARM, CBC, HDC, GRC (they're all explained below; each could save your life, or at the least keep the vehicle under control far better than any human).Also Terrain Response, with four settings for different driving conditions: pavement; gravel, grass and snow; mud and ruts; or sand.

The long-travel suspension uses all the acquired knowledge of Land Rover engineers, and delivers a firm and stable ride in all conditions, while providing superlative cornering for an SUV that's 68.5 inches high.The vented disc brakes are big and bomb-proof.The traction system is made by Haldex, the leader in all-wheel-drive design, and it's state of the art: electronic rather than hydraulic, making it faster and more sensitive than anything that's ever found its way into an SUV.

The Land Rover LR2 has it all, for a five-seat SUV.
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2008 LR2 Overview

If the Land Rover LR2 doesn't knock the socks off of shoppers for an SUV of this size and price, nothing will.It offers more content than they have reason to expect, compared to what's out there.Think of it as a baby Range Rover Sport, for at least 20 grand less.It costs about $8,000 less than the next Land Rover up the scale, the LR3, and has a more powerful and smoother engine: an all-new, high-tech, inline six-cylinder built by Volvo, mated to a sophisticated six-speed automatic transmission.

The styling is clean and handsome, and the interior roomy, with leather seating surfaces, wood trim, a panoramic sunroof, fold-flat rear seats, quality sound system and all the power stuff as standard equipment.The body structure is second to none in its rigidity and safety, with liberal use of ultra-high-strength steel in the door beams and other places.The list of electronic safeguards goes on and on.ABS, EBD, EBA, DSC, ARM, CBC, HDC, GRC (they're all explained below; each could save your life, or at the least keep the vehicle under control far better than any human).Also Terrain Response, with four settings for different driving conditions: pavement; gravel, grass and snow; mud and ruts; or sand.

The long-travel suspension uses all the acquired knowledge of Land Rover engineers, and delivers a firm and stable ride in all conditions, while providing superlative cornering for an SUV that's 68.5 inches high.The vented disc brakes are big and bomb-proof.The traction system is made by Haldex, the leader in all-wheel-drive design, and it's state of the art: electronic rather than hydraulic, making it faster and more sensitive than anything that's ever found its way into an SUV.

The Land Rover LR2 has it all, for a five-seat SUV.Hide Full Review