Sunday, September 30, 2007

2007 Land Rover Range Rover Review

The 2007 Land Rover Range Rover is available in the HSE ($77,250) and Supercharged ($92,750) models. The HSE has a 4.4 liter V8 with an automatic transmission with six speeds, all-wheel drive, and an electronic system for traction control. The Supercharged has a 4.2 liter V8 with the same transmission, drive system, and traction control. Additional monitoring systems include those addressing terrain response and tire pressure. Occupants are shielded by nine airbags and the Range Rover is outfitted with all-wheel brakes rated for any terrain and incorporating anti-locking technology.

The standard sound system features a Harman Kardon unit (710 watts) playing across fourteen speakers. The navigation system is accessed via a touch screen that includes a camera providing a rear view of the vehicle as well as Bluetooth connectivity for personal cell phone integration. The HSE has seats faced in leather and the center console, doors, and fascia are trimmed in American Cherry.

The 2007 Land Rover Range Rover can comfortably carry five. The vehicle has a gound clearance of 8.7 (11 inches off-road) and a wading depth of 27.6 inches. Maximum towing weight with a braked trailer is 7,716 lbs. (unbraked 1,653 lbs.) The maximum loadspace volume is 74.2 cubic feet.

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