I had my eye on a used Range Rover Sport when I decided to test drive an LR4. The LR4 was more refined and less 'bread truck' looking than the LR3 so I decided to take it for a spin and what a spin it was! I was hooked on the first curve. The LR4 is spacious with an improved engine giving it plenty of torque to both hug and pull the road towards you. The grill is downright sexy. I love all the windows and height inside the cabin. There are sensors for both the front and back of the vehicle. There are so many places to store things like my sweater for when I go into a restaurant or my gym shoes for walks in the woods or the golf range. There are two ample glove compartments up front.
The interior is roomy and very comfortable. I like the looks of the interior.
My only complaint is with the navigation system. I prefer to have opted out on purchasing this system however the navigation system was standard in all LR4's. It is not user friendly and there is a constant glare from the sun during day time hours. They should have tilted the screen or put a lip
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