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2013 Range Rover {SOLD OUT}

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Make : Benz
Price : Price On Call
Date : October 2, 2020
Condition : Brandnew
Type : convertible
Warranty : 1year
Year : 2010
Body Type : convertible
Transmission : fluid
Engine Size : 1000 cc
Engine Type : Physical engines
Assembly : compatible
Color : blue
Insurance : Secured
Location : Nigeria

For years now, Land Rover has sought to make the Range Rover the luxury SUV benchmark for consumers who crave both jungle-conquering off-road ability and the kind of high-end cabin furnishings that make you feel like you’re headed out on an expensive safari vacation every time you climb aboard. In most respects, the top Land Rover has been quite successful at this. The mission won’t be any different for the redesigned 2013 Land Rover Range Rover, but in a nod to today’s more environmentally sensitive and technology-oriented world, fuel economy ratings are up and the Range Rover’s cabin electronics have moved into the modern era.

Starting things off for the redesigned 2013 Range Rover is a trip to the gym. All-aluminum body construction and numerous other measures have resulted in massive weight reduction compared with last year’s model. Depending on trim level and options, this Range Rover is anywhere from about 400 to 900 pounds lighter than its predecessor. The result is a significant improvement in both fuel economy and acceleration. What’s more, the new Range Rover handles better than before, and properly equipped, it can still tackle off-road trails normally reserved for Jeeps. Inside, the new Land Rover Range Rover is still one of a kind. Few SUVs can combine the old world ambience of high-grade leathers and woods with the contemporary electronic displays as effectively as the 2013 Range Rover.

The 2013 Land Rover Range Rover is indeed impressive, but in its effort to offer do-it-all capability under one roof, it makes some compromises. It doesn’t ride particularly well for a vehicle in this price range, and its steering effort is overly heavy at higher speeds, which can get old on the interstate. And of course it’s not your only option for a high-end luxury SUV. The roomy 2013 Lexus LX 570 offers similar off-road credentials and luxury furnishings, along with a stellar reputation for reliability. The comparatively ancient 2013 Mercedes-Benz G-Class (wins points for its amazing rock-crawling ability and sheer audacity, and the 2013 Porsche Cayenne has some of the best road manners in this class and available diesel power for better fuel economy. If you just want a luxury SUV that goes fast, the Cayenne Turbo, BMW X5 M and Mercedes ML63 and GL63 are all compelling alternatives to a supercharged Range Rover.

None of these alternatives boasts the 2013 Range Rover’s beguiling British heritage and elegant safari-ready aesthetics, however. If you simply must have a Range Rover, consider this year’s model, as it is certainly the most refined and desirable one to date.

Car Features

  • ABS
  • Air Bags
  • Air Conditioning
  • Alloy Rims
  • AM/FM Radio
  • CD Player
  • Cruise Control
  • Power Locks
  • Power Mirrors
  • Power Steering
  • Power Windows
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