Land Rover set to launch three new vehicles in the Range Rover segment
|   Friday, November 30, 2012
Land Rover has finally brought the all new Range Rover to the United Kingdom and the vehicle boasts a starting price of 71,000 Pounds. The vehicle is powered by a twin turbo diesel V6 producing 255 BHP and this engine has been used for the first time on a Range Rover. The engine is mated to am eight speed ZF transmission system and features the fuel saving start / stop technology.

The Range Rover is available in three standard trim levels – Autobiography, Vogue and Vogue SE – and the vehicles feature advanced interior trim levels as well as 20 inch sports rims with Oxford leather upholstery as standard on all the models.
The vehicle also features bi xenon headlamps along with laminated front windows as well as 12 was electronically adjustable seats.

Land Rover has installed its top end Terrain Response System on the Range Rover along with DAB Radio, Sat Nav, a digital TV and a powerful and efficient 825W audio device. The Vogue SE is the higher end model and features advanced trim levels than that on the Vogue and this vehicle is placed higher in the Range Rover lineup.

The engine is powerful, smooth, highly responsive, refined and is capable of producing massive amounts of power and this makes the Range Rover a potent off road vehicle. The all new Range Rover sports double skin bulk head front end and is more fuel efficient and environment friendly than its predecessor. The engineers have worked extra hard to get the most out of the engine and as a result, the vehicle has been tuned to the optimum capacity.

There is no body roll and the Range Rover feels powerful from the word go. Upon starting the engine the driver is welcomed by a welcome engine growl and this proves the power of the engine. The TDV6, SDV8 and the V8 models are the most powerful in class and a Range Rover is available in all these classes.

The overall weight of the Range Rover has been decreased and this is mainly due to the use of aluminum and carbon fiber at parts. In fact this improves performance along with the alloyed rims. The vehicle features a number of electronic upgrades enhancing performance and the electronic steering assistance holds the most importance in this segment.

Along with traction control and Hill Assist, the Range Rover makes for a potent off roader and it performs equally well on and off road. This is one of the best driver's SUV in the market and Land Rover has lived up to their name of being one of the best makers of premium segment SUV in the market.

The TDV6 is one of the best Range Rover available in the market and with an increase of close to 7,000 Pounds, the vehicle is quite expensive. However, it proves its worth on road and hence the splurge is worth it. With a top speed of 131 MPH, the Vogue is one of the fastest in class.
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