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2007 Land Rover LR2

The now-departed Freelander proved too small and idiosyncratic for North American tastes. The LR2's chances look a lot better. The LR2 is a lot roomier and cargo space with the rear seats up increases 38 per cent. Land Rover's Terrain Response System is standard. This lets the driver choose between five settings that tailor powertrain and chassis responses to suit particular driving conditions, from dry pavement, through snow, mud and sand.

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The now-departed Freelander proved too small and idiosyncratic for North American tastes. The LR2's chances look a lot better. The LR2 is a lot roomier and cargo space with the rear seats up increases 38 per cent. Land Rover's Terrain Response System is standard. This lets the driver choose between five settings that tailor powertrain and chassis responses to suit particular driving conditions, from dry pavement, through snow, mud and sand.

PRICE: $44,900

VEHICLE: 4-dr. 5-pass. SUV AWD

STANDARD EQUIPMENT: Engine 3.2 L6 DOHC HP 230 @ 6300 Torque (lb-ft) 234 @ 3200 Trans. 6MM Brakes Disc-Disc Tires 235/60VR18

SPECIFICATIONS – mm (in.): WB 2660 (104.7) L 4500 (177.1) W 2180 (85.7) H 1740 (68.5) Curb Weight – kg (lb.) 1930 (4255) Cargo Capacity – L (ft3) Seats Up 755 (26.5) Down 1670 (58.9) Fuel Tank – L (gal.) 70 (15.4) Fuel Grade - Prem

CONSUMPTION – L/100 km (mpg): City N.A. Hwy N.A.

SAFETY: ABS (f/r) std Side Airbags std TCS std

POPULAR OPTIONS: Trans. none A/C std Cruise std Sunroof std CD std


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