2013 Land Rover Range Rover Base SUV Ratings, Prices, Trims, Summary | J.D. Power

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2013 Land Rover Rover SUV – Overview

Quality 3.0

Overall Performance and 5.0

Predicted Reliability 3.0

Ratings for all body styles and trim within a particular model are aggregated when calculating the overall Power Circle



What’s New for

Redesigned 4th-generation model

construction; 700 pounds lighter

Response 2 technology

Rear leg increased by 4.7 inches


Exterior Features

Land says the Range Rover’s new represents a #34;fresh new interpretation of Rover design cues,#34; and this is the most aerodynamic Rover ever built. The new SUV a 2-piece clamshell-style tailgate.

The Range Rover is offered in HSE, Supercharged, and Autobiography levels. Standard equipment 19-inch aluminum wheels, and rear LED lighting, xenon with power washers, wipers, heated wiper grid, and front and rear sensors.

Interior Features

The new Rover can carry 32.1 feet of cargo behind the seat, and up to 71.7 cubic with the rear seat

Standard equipment includes seats, heated front heated steering wheel, automatic climate control, and a between black lacquer and trim. Bluetooth connectivity music streaming, 380-watt system with HD Radio and radio, and an 8-inch in-dash screen with voice and a navigation system are also

Optional Features

According to Rover, #34;the new Range can be extensively tailored with an choice of colors, finishes and details.#34;

The Range Rover HSE adds premium leather and wheels, while the Range Supercharged includes a more engine, 21-inch wheels, front seat adjustment, and rear seats.

Options, on the trim selected, include wheels ranging in size 20 to 22 inches, active locking differential, premium paint, glass sunroof, 825-watt surround-sound audio system, and a entertainment system. Power door closing and power-folding mirrors are optional, as well as a system, heated wood-and-leather wheel, ventilated and massaging seats, 4-zone climate system, and a Tow package.

The Range Rover Autobiography, is significantly more expensive other trims, is offered in a variety of colors, and includes semi-aniline leather and a leather Executive-class individual rear rear cooler compartment, wood-and-leather steering wheel, and a Meridian Signature Reference system are the only options for trim.

Under the Hood

The Land Rover Range is equipped with a 375-horsepower, V-8 engine paired with an automatic transmission and a full-time system with a 2-speed case.

A supercharged version of that plant puts out 510 horsepower. Rover claims that the Range Rover Supercharged accelerate to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds, compared to 5.9 for the previous-generation model. Maximum capacity is 7,716 pounds for engines.

The new Range Rover is with new, fully Terrain Response 2 technology, assesses current driving and automatically adjusts the vehicle’s features accordingly. Electric is also standard.

The Range new lightweight air suspension provides wheel travel and wheel than before, and features different ride heights automatic load leveling. Dynamics continuously variable and Dynamic Response active control are available for the Range

Maximum ground clearance 11.63 inches, and the new Range also provides a 7.8-inch in wading depth, making it of traversing standing water is 35.4 inches deep. In of approach, breakover, and departure when placed in Off-Road the Range Rover’s measurements are degrees, 28.3 degrees, and degrees, respectively.

Fuel Economy

As this is written, the EPA has not established official estimates for the redesigned Range Land Rover provides no estimates for fuel economy.

Every 2013 Land Range Rover is equipped 6 air bags, traction and stability system, roll stability gradient acceleration control, and brake control.

Land offers several safety for the new 2013 Range Rover. An adaptive cruise control includes queue assist that brings the SUV to a complete in traffic without driver Additionally, the Range Rover can be with adaptive headlights, monitoring system, surround camera system with traffic detection and trailer guidance features, and Intelligent Braking with Advanced Brake Assist.

As this overview is written, the National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) nor the Insurance for Highway Safety (IIHS) has crash tests on the new 2013 Rover SUV.

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