The Land Rover LR3 continues to offer near Range Rover luxury at a more affordable price for 2007, with 2006's base style being replaced by a V6 version of the SE trim. A 35/30/35 split folding second row seat is now standard with the V8, as is third row seating, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and rear park assist. A fixed alpine roof and a harman/kardon audio system are now standard on all LR3s.
Off-road prowess like no other SUV; huge interior space; plenty of built-in safety.
The 2007 Land Rover LR3 offers a unique combination of Old English interior fittings with current safety features. High quality materials are present throughout, and the seating position grants a commanding view of the road. An optional 4.4L V8 performs ably, and permanent four-wheel-drive with traction control allows the LR3 to handle most challenges. A Terrain Response switch does an excellent job of allowing this luxury SUV to go anywhere.
Most people don't think of an SUV as something that calms the nerves, but the 2007 Land Rover LR3 seems to elicit that effect.
Permanent four-wheel-drive with traction control enables the LR3 to handle snow, sleet, and fog with aplomb. A standard Terrain Response system allows drivers to alter the vehicle's responses to suit various conditions, including sand, snow, and rocky terrain. Standard anti-lock brakes, hill descent, cornering brake control, active roll mitigation, and eight air bags all contribute to the safety blanket appeal of the LR3, and make for a very comforting ride.
The ride is comfortable as well as comforting, with leather seats, a high seating position, and marvelous visibility thanks to a tall greenhouse. The Cold Climate Package adds heated seats, an electronically heated front windshield, and heated windshield washer jets to SE trims. Available bi-xenon headlights, navigation, and an active locking rear differential, as well as Bluetooth connectivity and SIRIUS satellite radio are some of the other optional equipment.
A 4.0L V6 comes standard on the LR3 SE, and it is rated at 216 horsepower and 269 lb-ft of torque. A 4.4L V8, which was developed by Jaguar, uses 300 horsepower to get this luxury utility up to speed. Both engines are matched with a smooth-shifting six-speed automatic. It comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, headlight washers, a 35/30/35 split folding second row, third row seating, a trip computer, rear park assist, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, an electrochromic rearview mirror, and HomeLink. The HSE trim is only available with the V8, and adds 19-inch alloy wheels, HID headlights, front fog lamps, memory for mirrors and seats, navigation, front and rear park assist, a more powerful stereo system, and Bluetooth.
Vehicle Price: 42,150.00
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