2016 Land Rover LR4
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2016 Land Rover LR4 Buyer's Guide
The Land Rover LR4 is a large SUV that can seat up to 7 passengers. Unlike some other models in the Land Rover lineup, the LR4 doesn’t use aluminum in its structure, and so it weighs quite a bit, which impacts performance and fuel economy. The LR4 is bright and airy inside thanks to its large expanse of glass, and its boxy design makes for an interior that seems large and open. Even the third row of seats is usable (though hopefully not by adults). Handling isn’t biased towards roadholding; where this SUV shines is off road. Last redesigned for 2009, we expect the LR4 to be updated or replaced in the next year or two.
What's the difference between trims?2016 Land Rover LR4 LR4
- 19-inch wheels
- Adaptive air suspension system
- Leather upholstery
What makes it move?
All LR4s are powered by a supercharged 3.0 liter V6 that puts out 340 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque. An 8-speed automatic transmission with Command Shift sends power to all four wheels. The run from 0 to 60 miles per hour is dispatched within 7.7 seconds, and the SUV’s top speed is 121 mph. Fuel economy is fairly dismal (even for a large SUV) at 15 miles per gallon city and 19 highway, for a combined 16 mpg.
Why buy the 2016 Land Rover LR4?
The Land Rover LR4 is designed for off road use, with an approach angle of 32.2 degrees, a departure angle of 26.7 degrees, and a ramp angle of 22.8 degrees. The maximum wading depth is 27.56 inches. The standard Electronic Air Suspension and Terrain Response (with separate modes for different driving conditions) further increase the Land Rover’s off road prowess. The base model is well equipped with features such as Hill Start Assist, Gradient Acceleration Control, Hill Descent Control, Rear Park Distance Control, Emergency Brake Assist, an Instrument Panel with a 5 inch TFT and message center display, and a Meridian 11 speaker 380 watt audio system. Towing capacity is 7,716 lbs, and Trailer Stability Assist is standard.