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Review I have a 2013 lr2 which I bought used and its been an absolute delight to drive. Its tough in the snow and handles it with ease an expertise, easily navigating the accumulated feet of snow and ice collected on our streets here in Buffalo NY. It's got great pick up and can be described as peppy as the engine picks up pretty quickly with pretty good acceleration and passing speed. Everyone who gets inside of it is impressed by its understated class and prestige and its commanding presence. The seats are more similar to the cockpit of an airplane as you sit straight up with armrests that are similar to a planes with great visibility if the road from all windows. Despite its off road credentials, its a really smooth ride. The Bluetooth works great and its awesome not having to fool around with an aux chord. As soon as I get into the truck, it syncs and plays all of my downloaded music. It has heated seats and a heated steering wheel as well as a winter mode which automatically raises your wipers off the ceiling to avoid freezing to the windshield . For someone who doesn't want to dump the cash into a range rover, has a small family and doesn't need the 3rd row seating of the lr4 and if you don't like the newer rounded style that land rover is adopting in contrast to the classic classy boxy lines still possessed by these, then it might be a great choice. Not sure why they never caught on in the US but now as an owner, I believe it's our countries loss.
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What options are available on the 2013 Land Rover LR2?
Available Land Rover LR2 2013 Submodel Types: SUV
Available Trims: Base, HSE, SE, HSE LUX
Exterior Colors: Santorini Black, Santorini Black Metallic, Zermatt Silver Metallic, Orkney Grey Metallic, Baltic Blue Metallic, Stornoway Grey Metallic, Fuji White, Rimini Red Metallic, Zermatt Silver, Buckingham Blue Metallic, Firenze Red Premium Metallic, Galway Green, Havana Premium Metallic, Indus Silver Metallic, Ipanema Sand Metallic, Lago Grey, Loire Blue, Narvik Black, Whistler White