The Land Rover LR2 given a minor facelift last year so that the front and rear fascia looks fresh, but the rest of the body has changed a bit precious second generation of Land Rover's entry-level crossover that was introduced in 2006. Inside, the LR2 has a center console efficiently with simple, elegant control over regulated. All models without trim comes with a five-inch vehicle information display integrated into the instrument cluster and multi-function steering wheel.
As with other Land Rover, Land Rover LR2 provide high driving position and plenty of window area for a good view of the outside world. He also has a "stadium seating" the layout of the company, where the rear passengers sit slightly higher than front occupants to improve visibility. Action cargo space 59 cubic feet with the rear seats folded and 26.5 cubic feet with the rear seats up, the polite roomy for a compact crossover.
The Land Rover LR2 recent exchange thirst for fuel V6 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine more efficient. Sourced from the former parent company Ford and paired with the remains of a six-speed automatic, the plant produces 240 horsepower and 250 lb-ft. torque and returns 17 mpg in city and 24 mpg on the highway. For comparison, six old good for 232 horsepower, 234 pounds-ft of twist and 15/22 mpg.
Although the LR2 is often seen as a crossover road-focused as carlike unibody construction, it offers a number of features that are specific to off-roading. The 'ute comes standard with a unique Terrain Response system Land Rover, which optimizes settings to maximize traction vehicles in different weather conditions and on various surfaces such as grass, gravel, mud, sand and more. For more information about the Terrain Response, visit our Spotlight On: Land Rover Terrain Response depth article.
In addition, all models LR2 leave the factory with all-wheel-drive system and Gradient Release Control, which improves driver confidence and control when releasing the brakes on steep and slippery slopes.
These elements, along with 8.3 inches of ground clearance, making the LR2 may be the most luxurious Crossover small off-road-ready in the market, although it still can not quite match the old-school SUVs like the Jeep Wrangler.
When the time comes to leave a trail behind, which LR2 much smoother on the sidewalk, even though customers are looking for dynamic handling may be better served by another crossover.
Land Rover LR2 basic models come standard with leather upholstery, front electric seats, dual zone automatic climate control, panoramic sunroof two parts, proximity key, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment, bi-xenon headlights, adaptive headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels, hujan- sensing windshield wipers and rear park distance control. Audiophiles will appreciate the 17-speaker, 380-watt Meridian AM / FM sound system / CD, new for the latest model year. It features HD Radio, Sirius satellite radio and Bluetooth connectivity. HSE brought rearview camera, Xenon headlights with LED running lights. HSE LUX add upgraded 825-watt stereo Meridian along with softer, more supple Windsor leather seats.
The list of options including a DVD-based navigation system with touch screen and Climate Comfort package with heated front seats, heated steering wheel and heated glass jet-washer. All models Land Rover LR2 comes with dual front, side airbags and full-length side curtain airbags knee joint, traction and stability control system driver, electronic brake-force distribution and emergency brake assist.