Land Rover has developed an impressive reputation over time for the performance that has become a standard expectation within their Range Rover models. Luxury and off-road capabilities combine together in this luxury large SUV to create perfection. Don’t be afraid to consider a model from as far back as 2012 because they all have incredibly high standards that you can see and feel year after year.
Land Rover Range Rover Performance
The Range Rover has always had excellent performance capacities in both on-road and off-road handling and recent years show no difference. V6 (340 horsepower) and V8 (510 horsepower) engines give the Range Rovers superior acceleration and impressive power. Add the standard Terrain Response system and this vehicle is ideal for all driving conditions from sand to snow. Overall, the handling of the Range Rover is smooth and comfortable in any condition over any terrain.
Rich leather and wood trim are standard in the Range Rover’s of any age. Heated front seats are also available in many different models. As of 2013, the rearview camera also became a standard feature, along with navigation, a touch-screen infotainment system, and parking sensors. 2015 Range Rover models also offer the long-wheelbase configuration which means an extra 7.3 inches of legroom in the backseat. 2016 models introduced a smartphone app that lets you control some of your Range Rover functions with your phone.
Range Rover Trim Levels
Every year, Land Rover releases four or five different trims for the Range Rover. In 2013, it was the base, the 4-door, the SC, and the SC Autobiography. 2014 saw the release of the base model, Supercharged, Supercharged Autobiography, and HSE. Then in 2015, Land Rover added the Autobiography Black complete with a rear chilled storage container and additional leather accents. In 2016, Land Rover bid adieu to the Autobiography Black and brought the SV Autobiography on board. All of the upper-level trims offer the more powerful engines in every year’s release, but that doesn’t mean you can’t consider the other models that still have an outstanding V6 engine.
Land Rover equips the Range Rover with some serious off-road equipment. Not only is full-time four-wheel drive available, but the Terrain Response system is a thing of beauty. The driver can actually select the type of terrain that he or she is attempting, like rocks, mud, sand, snow, etc., and the system adjusts the powertrain to fit the terrain. There is even a descent control system which makes it easier to go downhill when rock crawling.
If you are in the Aurora or Denver area and in the market for a Land Rover Range Rover, stop in at Shortline Eurocars to see what we have available in our ever-rotating inventory. If you’re not sure about what model you want, you can easily compare different makes and models that we have within the Shortline family. Additionally, we offer onsite financing to help make getting the Land Rover you want more convenient for you. If there is anything we can do to help you, please contact us and we’d be more than happy to help!