This vehicle is amazing at making bumps feel insignificant on the trail. I got 24 MPG highway on my first tank on the highway up to northern Michigan with cruise set at 70 MPH. The bad part is my 2002 Ford Expedition can climb a sand hill way better since the LR2 doesn't have 4 wheel low but has the power to weight advantage. The second day I drove it there were three things wrong with the vehicle. The air bag system warning light is on, a 12 volt power outlet quit working and the MP3 jack quit working. The key (Landrover calls it "the unit") has to be inserted into "the reciever" and then you push the start button to start the vehicle. This process doesn't always work. Bad luck or quality?
Sound system is world class. Ride on rough roads is wonderful. Comfort is great. Turns on a dime. Nice looking vehicle!
Rewire the heated seats so you can select back only. 12 volt outlet in rear cargo area. Needs a double visor. Needs solid panel to block sun 100% from sun.
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