If you read yesterday's post about the 2012 Range Rover Sport, you'll see much of the same here regarding the 2012 Land Rover LR4. The LR4 sees several interior technology updates for the 2012 model year, not the least of which is "Say What You See" voice controls, which replaces the current and somewhat fussy voice command system. Additional major technology changes have been made to the audio and navigation systems.
Most updates found on the 2012 Land Rover Range Rover Sport are centered on improvements to the audio and navigation systems. As was the case for 2011, the Range Rover Sport is available in HSE, HSE LUX, Supercharged, and Autobiography trims. Engine availability has also been carried over from 2011. Prices for the 2012 Range Rover Sport are up slightly over the 2011 model year.
Back in June we published a Land Rover Wish List. Surprisingly enough, nearly all of our wishes have come true to one extent or another. Or rather, Land Rover has hinted that they will come true in the future. It's still impossible to say with 100% certainty that some of these items will come to pass, but the prospects are looking good. From diesels to the DC100, here is our update.
Tires and wheels are a frequent topic of discussion among Land Rover owners. The all-new Range Rover Evoque will surely be the subject of many forum posts asking about the best tires. As is typical these days, this new Land Rover features rather large wheels. The Evoque offers 19-inch wheels as standard equipment on both Coupe and five-door models with 20-inch wheels offered as optional equipment.
Introductory 2011 Range Rover prices range from $79,685.00 for the Range Rover HSE up to $116,950.00 for the ultimate 2011 Range Rover Autobiography. A variety of options are available, not the least of which is the harman/kardon® LOGIC7® Hi-Fi audio system.