2010 Land Rover LR2 HSE 4dr SUV AWD (3.2L 6cyl 6A)
My new LR2 has 230 miles on it.I knew the day after I purchased it that it was ergonomically all wrong for me. The arm rest is very thin and cuts the circulation no matter what height or arm position. If you put the arm rest up there is no where to put your arm. What is worse is that in the up position, the metal adjustment screw, (about 2" x 3")sits inches from the right temple area of your head. Scary. The seat positions are limited, inability to angle front of drivers seat cuts leg circulation. It rattles alot and "ka-thunks" in several areas, over every little bump. I sure hope it has good off road ability to make up for the lack of comfort and road noise.
Hope it is it's off road abilities otherwise there is no favorite feature. I will let you know how it handles after time in Tahoe area.
The key if not picked out properly with finger tips it goes sideways and can be a problem. Most uncomfortable car, ergonomically a mess. Get some engineers who have common sense for your interior designs.
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