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2010 Midsize SUV : Land Rover LR4
LR3 SUV takes the name LR4 for the 2010 model year. In a category of tendency toward luxury-crossover SUVs, the tall, off-road adjustments LR4 may seem a bit inappropriate. In actuality, most of the time it is used exactly the way its car-like competition is, and in that capacity, delivers good passenger and cargo room, along with unexpected levels of refinement and comfort. The new model retains the general shape and size of its predecessor, but it gains new styling cues that better align it with the rest of the Land Rover family.
Additional alters comprise the setting up of a new V-8 engine that makes more power, and an updated interior. LR4 SUV comes with a new, powerful 375-hp V-8 mated to a super-smooth 6-sp adaptive tranny. In count, LR4 is yet more off-road skilled than before thanks to revised Terrain Response and Hill Descent Control systems. Interior adjustments consist of a revised center control panel that features a new push button layout, a new steering wheel, new front seats with longer bottom cushions and LED ambient lighting.
The five- and seven-seat arrangements are available, and on hand features include mechanical high-beam headlights and a system that uses five cameras to show a whole view of the area around the LR4. On abrupt decline, Gradient Release Control maintains brake pressure after brake pedal release, and then progressively eases the pressure to control momentum and acceleration. Regular security features take account of antilock brakes, side-impact airbags for the front seats, side curtain airbags and an electronic stability system. LR4 SUV battles with the BMW X5, Mercedes-Benz M-Class and Lexus GX 470.
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