2015 LAND ROVER LR4 HSE SPORT UTILITY 4D

Price: $32,400

Year 2015

Make LAND ROVER

Model LR4

Trim HSE SPORT UTILITY 4D

Drivetrain 4WD

Transmission AUTOMATIC

Engine V6, SUPERCHARGED, 3.0 LITER

Mileage 74,678

Doors 4

Exterior Color GREEN

Interior Color BLACK

VIN SALAG2V60FA757677

Stock No. 4910

Vehicle Equipment

Vehicle Description

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The LR4 received an all-encompassing redesign for 2011; although it could be argued that this model's fundamental design and silhouette haven't changed that much since the 1990s. Both the LR4 and its predecessor, the LR3, are takeoffs on the upright design that Land Rover seemed to perfect in the 1990s with the Discovery. While mechanically the LR3 and LR4 were mammoth leaps ahead, they tended to be quite evolutionary in a design sense.

Visually and aesthetically, the 2015 LR4 remains a relative outsider to the rest of the SUV class -- and that's something you won't escape from inside, with its very upright interior layout that you're likely to either love, or find off-putting. With the suave leather-trimmed dash, rich wood trim, and soft-touch materials introduced in recent years, plus the relatively good control layout, the LR4 feels traditional in mission, yet plush and contemporary in the details.

Altogether there's a lot of inherent goodness in the LR4 -- provided you're willing to live with some of its on-the-road compromises. It offers ample power, rugged off-road ability, and comfortable (not quite nimble) off-road performance -- all countered with on-the-road handling that is by no means clumsy, yet not quite on the same level as now-popular crossovers.

For 2015, the sole engine for the LR4 remains a 3.0-liter V-6; direct injection, supercharging, dual-independent variable cam timing, and a high (10.5:1) compression ratio, it's quite the modern engine, and makes 340 horsepower and a peak 332 pound-feet of torque. It'll pull 0-60 mph times of around 7.5 seconds -- almost as quick as the V-8 model that preceded it -- while the ZF automatic transmission shifts smoothly and is prompt to downshift whenever needed.

The 2015 Land Rover LR4 has an interior that's laid out in a way that used to be more common among SUVs. You sit upright, with a great view of the road ahead from the well-placed driving position and a hood that seems low, in a relative sense, with the always visible, pronounced corners that have always been a Land Rover mainstay (and an asset when you're off-roading).

You definitely won't mistake the LR4 for a crossover, although the comfortable seats for the first and second rows are worthy of a vehicle with a luxury badge. In front, they include well-shaped bucket seats, with good support and infinitely adjustable armrests. Technically the second row is positioned a little higher than the first row, in a 'stadium' setup, although they might feel a little low to the floor to some. Overall, they might not have as much knee room or legroom, but passengers will enjoy relatively smooth ride comfort and a good view outward. 

*This vehicle is Certified Pre-Owned and is eligible for our third party warranty program. 

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