2009Land RoverLR3

The Land Rover LR3 combines go-anywhere off-road capability with responsive on-road performance 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…

2009 Land Rover LR3 - 4dr All-wheel Drive (Base)
4dr All-wheel Drive (Base)
4.4L V-8
12 City / 17 HWY
British team attempting 10K-mile, 10-day drive in Land Rover

It may sound like a Top Gear challenge, but it isn't - a pair of Brits will attempt to drive from London to Cape Town, a distance of 10,000 miles, in under 10 days. The two-man team, consisting of endurance rally drivers Robert Belcher and Stephen Cooper will leave Blighty early on Friday, October 4 and cross 13 countries by Monday, October 14.
Land Rover sends millionth Discovery on transcontinental fundraising expedition

Land Rover is no stranger to achieving lofty goals, whether it's summiting one of the world's tallest mountains or traversing expanses of its most barren wilderness. But this time, it has reached another milestone altogether as the millionth Discovery (sold in the States as the LR4) has rolled off the marque's West Midlands production line.
Land Rover to Ford: Good luck with Terrain Management - Just remember who invented it

Back in 2005 when Land Rover let loose the most comprehensive upgrade to its long-running mid-level Discovery line since its introduction in 1989, one of the most intriguing new bits of technology was the company's highly lauded Terrain Response system. In fact, so revolutionary was the design of this new 'ute and the technology that made it work so well that Land Rover completely ditched the Discovery name in the United States, giving its pride and joy the LR3 moniker.

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2008 Land Rover LR3
$15,475 / 86,930 miles / CA
2009 Land Rover LR3
$24,888 / 83,759 miles / CA
2007 Land Rover LR3
$14,450 / 108,801 miles / CA
Loud Land Rovers land company in class-action lawsuit

What's with all these class-action lawsuits lately? Land Rover was just slapped with one thanks to Attorney Mark Anderson in California who filed suit on behalf of all 2004 and 2005 Land Rover LR3 owners in the state. Turns out that the tires on many of these LR3 SUVs are allegedly wearing unevenly, which causes them to make loud noises when the vehicle is moving. The piece we link to from KGO-TV Channel 7 in the Bay Area highlights the trouble of one man, Lew Colon, whose LR3 developed the nois