Land Rover offers five vehicles in the U.S. for the 2012 model year, which includes the notable addition of the all-new 2012 Range Rover Evoque. The rest of the 2012 Land Rover and Range Rover lineup remains mostly unchanged on the outside, but receive improvements to navigation and audio systems on the inside. Below you can get more details on Land Rover’s 2012 model year lineup. RoverGuide will update this section as new information is released.

2012 Model Year

2012 Range Rover Evoque 5-Door2012 Range Rover Evoque

Trims, Performance, and Features
Exterior Gallery | Interior Gallery | Prices | Colors

The all-new 2012 Range Rover Evoque brings the Range Rover brand to a compact package. Combining urban aesthetics with Land Rover’s all-terrain and comfort features, the Range Rover Evoque is available as either a standard five-door or as a three-door Coupe. Trim lines include the Pure (base), the Prestige (luxury), and the Dynamic (sports). The Range Rover Evoque’s initial MSRP comes in at $43,995.00.

Introductory MSRP: $43,995.00 – $52,895.00
Fuel Economy: 19 City / 28 Highway

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2012 Range Rover HSE

2012 Range Rover

Trims, Performance, and Features | Prices | Colors

The 2012 Range Rover represents the last model year for the third generation of the venerable Range Rover line. Come 2013, Land Rover will be rolling out its fourth generation Range Rover that will feature some styling cues taken from the Range Rover Evoque. As such, the 2012 Range Rover is carryover from the 2011 model year. Introductory MSRPs range from $80,275.00 for the HSE through $126,665.00 for the Autobiography.

Introductory MSRP: $80,275.00 – $126,665.00
Fuel Economy: 12 City / 18 Highway

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2012 Range Rover Sport HSE2012 Range Rover Sport

Trims, Performance, and Features | Prices | Colors
See our 2012 Range Rover Sport intro blog post.

The 2012 Range Rover Sport enjoys a number of upgrades over the 2011 model year. Most improvements are found inside the Range Rover Sport, and include optional Ebony Morzine headliner, an available 825-watt harman/kardon LOGIC7® audio system with 17 speakers, revised touchscreen navigation system, revised rear seat entertainment system with WhiteFire™ wireless headphones, and an improved compact smart key fob. On the outside, we see minor exterior styling updates and a new power open/close tailgate.

Introductory MSRP: $60,895.00 – $86,795.00
Fuel Economy: 13 City / 18 Highway

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2012 Land Rover LR4 V82012 Land Rover LR4

Trims, Performance, and Features | Prices | Colors
See our 2012 LR4 blog post for more information.

The 2012 LR4 enjoys several upgrades to the interior of the vehicle over the 2011 model year. Changes for 2012 include a new compact key fob, standard seven-inch touchscreen, revised navigation system, multiple device voice control, revised rear seat entertainment system, new 19-inch and 20-inch wheel designs, new exterior paint colors, and an available 825-watt harman/kardon® audio system with 17 speakers.

Introductory MSRP: $49,750.00 – $58,995.00
Fuel Economy: 12 City / 17 Highway

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2012 Land Rover LR2 HSE LUX2012 Land Rover LR2

Trims, Performance, and Features | Prices | Colors

Other than some color options and minor details, the 2012 Land Rover LR2 is direct carryover from the 2011 model year. The most significant update has come in the form of alternate color choices. The 2012 LR2 now offers five standard colors (Baltic Blue, Orkney Grey, Fuji White, Indus Silver, and Ipanema Sand) along with five premium colors (Havana Premium Metallic, Barolo Black Premium Metallic, Firenze Red, Galway Green, and Santorini Black). Additionally, two sets of optional wheels are now offered. 

Introductory MSRP: $36,550.00 – $41,500.00
Fuel Economy: 15 City / 22 Highway

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Other Vehicles (Non-U.S. Market)

2012 Land Rover Defender2012 Land Rover Defender

Overview Post | Defender Gallery

The Defender continues into the 2012 model year with a new diesel engine and updated accessory packages that add some comfort to the interior of the rugged workhorse. Land Rover recently confirmed that the short-wheelbase Defender will be replaced in 2015 with the DC100.

 



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