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2013 Highlights

The 2013 Land Rover Range Rover is totally redesigned. Highlights include a new interior design, an all-aluminum body structure for reduced weight, a new eight-speed automatic transmission and expanded rear-seat room.


Pros

  • Magnificent interior
  • off-road capability is there should you care to use it
  • stunningly quick acceleration with supercharged V8 engine.

Cons

  • Choppy ride detracts from comfort
  • heavy steering effort gets tiresome at highway speeds
  • jumpy throttle response with supercharged V8.

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Used 2013 Land Rover Range Rover for Sale

Land Rover Range Rover 2013 HSE 4dr SUV 4WD (5.0L 8cyl 8A) Mariana Black Metallic Ebony premium leather32,440 miles
Used 2013Land Rover Range RoverHSE
List:$58,896
Est.Loan: $1,072/mo
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**ULTRA RARE 2013 RANGE ROVER WITH V8 HORSEPOWER** NAVIGATION** FOUR ZONE CLIMATE CONTROL** VISION ASSIST PACKAGE** BLIND SPOT MONITOR** REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT** PARK ASSIST** 22inch WHEELS** MERIDIAN PREMIUM AUDIO** SOFT CLOSE DOORS** BALANCE OF SIX YEAR 100,000 MILE WARRANTY** CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR TEST DRIVE TODAY** 4 Zone Climate Comfort Package, 4-Zone Climate Control, Adaptive Xenon Headlamps w/High Beam Assist, Blind Spot Monitor w/Closing Vehicle Sensing, Front Cooler Box, Heated & Cooled Front Bucket Seats, Heated Wood/Leather Steering Wheel, Park Assist, Power Rear Climate Seats w/Recline, Radio: 825 Watt Meridian Premium Surround Sound, Rear-Seat Entertainment, Soft Door Close, Surround Camera System, Terrain Response 2 Auto, Vision Assist Pack, Wheels: 22 5 Split Spoke - Style 6, Whitefire Wireless Headphones (2).Recent Arrival!

Land Rover Range Rover 2013 Supercharged 4dr SUV 4WD (5.0L 8cyl S/C 8A) Indus Silver Metallic Ebony premium leather79,476 miles
Used 2013Land Rover Range RoverSupercharged
List:$44,966
Est.Loan: $819/mo
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This Land Rover Range Rover is ready and waiting for you to take it home today. The title records confirm that this SUV has had only one previous owner. The interior of this beautiful Land Rover Range Rover is completely smoke free. No need to stress over if this Land Rover Range Rover has been maintained over the years. We have the complete SERVICE HISTORY and are happy to provide you with it. Driven by a determination to earn your confidence, we have taken this SUV through a painstakingly detailed MULTI-POINT INSPECTION to ensure your utmost satisfaction. Our customer's safety is important to us. We guarantee that this vehicle has never suffered damage from a wreck. We know the importance of a powerful engine for those tough jobs. This Land Rover Range Rover is equipped with a 5.0L V8 DOHC 32V engine to help you complete all of the tough jobs. With rising gas prices, fuel efficiency is more important than ever. This Land Rover Range Rover's 5.0L V8 DOHC 32V gives you the gas mileage that you want. The precision handling that the sports tuned suspension gives will straighten out even the curviest of roadways. You'll always be prepared for an adventure with the superior all-terrain suspension. They say money can't buy happiness but for a small price we're certain you can feel it inside this luxuriously crafted Land Rover Range Rover. Get all the power, safety, and convenience rolled into one with this Land Rover Range Rover. You won't find a mechanical difference between this SUV and the same SUV fresh off the factory floor. It is obvious that the previous owner took really good care of it because the exterior finish is immaculate. One way to judge how well a SUV has been cared for and that is how clean the interior is. This one is nothing less than impeccable. All the major mechanical systems under the hood have been inspected and are confirmed to be mechanically sound. Aside from the usual wear and tear, the exterior is first-rate. While not totally new looking, the interior is quite nice and clean with no stains or tears in it and is very presentable. An optional extended warranty is available for added peace of mind. Call us now to find out how our GUARANTEED FINANCING program will put you in this ride today! With approved credit we can provide you a vehicle with low monthly payments and no hassle. Come swing by today and check out this great deal, we are only minutes from Cabin John!

Land Rover Range Rover 2013 HSE 4dr SUV 4WD (5.0L 8cyl 8A) Santorini Black Metallic Ebony premium leather73,232 miles
Used 2013Land Rover Range RoverHSE
List:$57,995
Est.Loan: $1,056/mo
Land Rover Range Rover 2013 HSE 4dr SUV 4WD (5.0L 8cyl 8A) Fuji White 30,321 miles
Used 2013Land Rover Range RoverHSE
List:$62,995
Est.Loan: $1,146/mo

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Features & Specs

4dr SUV 4WD (5.0L 8cyl 8A)Supercharged 4dr SUV 4WD (5.0L 8cyl S/C 8A)Autobiography 4dr SUV 4WD (5.0L 8cyl S/C 8A)
MPG161515
Seating555
Transmission8-speed shiftable automatic8-speed shiftable automatic8-speed shiftable automatic
Fuelgasgasgas
Horsepower375 hp @ 6500 rpm510 hp @ 6000 rpm510 hp @ 6000 rpm

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Awesome Vehichle Horrible technology
Range Rover builds a magnificent vehicle, however, they can't seem to get their technology and navigation right. BMW, Mercedes and Audi blow Range Rover out of the water with their Navigation and Technology. The navigation in the new range rover is horrible. For the price of the vehicle they need to do a better job. We will be purchasing a portable nav unit for the car.
if you hit new range rover 2013 you may be waiting for over month to get it repaired - No parts
Driving I feel strange like I swing in a crib . it is not solid like previous model. After driving my car for 1 week I was unlucky to be hit from behind by Honda into bumper. My car immediately lost control, sled from right lane to the left through entire highway changing direction . As a result of this crash I had back and front bumpers damaged. I do not understand why hit from behind made me crossing highway like a billiard ball It was very unsecure and scary. When I had to pick up a body shop I was told that only one certified BS in town to repair such cars. I do not like this low option equal to 1. In addition to it I have to wait 4 weeks for parts to be delivered.
SUV that Drives like a sports car!
Just purchased a fully optioned Range Rover. Solid build quality, rapid acceleration, superb carving on highway, active screen. 14 MPG in city, 22mpg @ 70mph, 21mpg @79mph. Eco drive takes getting used to, especially when taking off across traffic
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The African assault course laid out to prove the credentials of the new 2013 Land Rover Range Rovers was one potential disaster after another.

It involved scaling trails over the highest pass through Morocco's Atlas Mountains and then wading through riverbeds that were only slightly shallower than the redesigned SUV's almost 3-foot fording depth. That was followed by a drive up a coastal dune bank that even a balloon-tired Land Rover Defender was incapable of surmounting.

After that, it was a fearsome plunge into a ravine running behind the massive walled garden of a Marrakech mansion, a maneuver that tested the nerve of the Range Rover's occupants as much as it did the vehicle's hill descent control, air springs and structural integrity.

Good thing this all-new SUV feels immensely strong, generating not a rattle, creak or squeak when lurching over boulders or clambering across gullies deep enough to leave its 20-inch wheels momentarily dangling. We rarely heard wheels spinning for grip, though, and its ability to stop itself from sledging to the bottom of steep slopes without our needing to touch the pedals was unsettlingly counterintuitive until we learned to trust it.

So What's the New Recipe?
Actually, the 2013 Land Rover Range Rover is much the same as before in many ways, right down to the familiar silhouette. Like VW and its perennial Golf, Land Rover has chosen not to mess with a flavor its customers love. But there are plenty of changes under the familiar skin.

The outgoing Range Rover was impressive for many things, but lightness was not one of them. So it's no surprise that this fourth-generation model has been shorn of weight. In the case of the top-spec 5.0-liter V8 version we drove, we're talking about a difference of 550 pounds. The fact that it still tips the scales at 5,126 pounds tells you just how dense the previous version had become.

How did Land Rover pare the pounds? By redesigning the Range Rover's core structure, which makes it the world's first all-aluminum SUV monocoque body shell. It's 39 percent lighter than the previous steel body, and the weight-saving mission permeates virtually every crevice of this Range Rover.

There's also a totally reworked suspension, composite reinforced B-pillars, lightweight steel seat structures and lightened wheels and brakes. It's more aerodynamic, too, scoring a decent 0.34 Cd, all of this yielding usefully improved economy and performance.

At least as important is the total redesign of the Range Rover's double-wishbone front and multilink rear suspension, not only to save weight but to improve its agility, stability and, thanks to thinner-walled air springs, suppleness, too.

Land Rover's Terrain Response System — which adjusts the suspension to suit grass/gravel/snow, mud and ruts, sand, rock-crawling and general road surfaces — is now fully automatic. It's all the more effective, too, thanks to the suspension's extended axle articulation, low-range gearing, locking center differential and, on supercharged versions, an intelligent electronic rear differential that not only helps it out of muddy gloop but through high-speed corners as well.

Works Well on the Road, Too
In addition to handling the African desert with ease, the supercharged Range Rover also proved mighty effective on roads unfurling toward the horizon. The 510-horsepower supercharged V8 compresses the 0-60-mph sprint to a supercar-worthy 5.1 seconds before striking its 155-mph limiter. Land Rover's engineers claim it could hit 186 mph without a restrictor.

Its silhouette may have the blocky contours of a foundation stone, but this Range Rover is an almost savagely fast machine, an indelicate right foot producing surges of startling urge and a civilized V8 roar that encourages more than a mere dipping of your big toe. And this time around it has a chassis to deploy all that power with impressive effectiveness. The weight loss, the fresh suspension geometry, an electronic antisway system and the agility-sharpening electronic differential has this four-wheel-drive SUV settling itself into fast corners with the aplomb of a car half its height. Steering feel is improved, too.

And as in every Range Rover past, you sit at imperious altitude in your chair, your head well above the roofs of most other cars on the road. The feeling of comfortable superiority that this promotes is unique to this vehicle, possibly because of its long-standing success. Then again, it could be because of the tastefully tooled cabin, the V8's effortlessly throaty zest and the knowledge that this machine will off-road with the aplomb of a military vehicle should the need arise.

Choppy Ride
But there are glitches, none more serious than the sometimes sharply thumping ride of the firmed-up suspension in the supercharged version. Never mind those extra-supple springs — all versions had trouble absorbing sharp edges without an abrupt checking and a drumbeat of commotion.

And while rear-seat space is genuinely improved, the cushion fails to provide decent under-thigh support, and the almost nonexistent side bolsters simply aren't supportive enough. A seven-passenger version with a third-row seat is rumored to be part of the plan this time around, but we would be happy just to have a more spacious second row.

Other upgrades to the interior include a less switch-busy dashboard and a reconfigurable flat-screen TFT instrument panel, although its two-dimensional presentation looks cheap. Despite the cleaner dash there's a much higher level of electronic content aboard the 2013 Range Rover, including intelligent emergency braking, automated parallel parking, a system warning you of traffic coming from the side when reversing and another signaling fast-approaching traffic during lane-change maneuvers.

Is It Enough?
That's always the question when it comes to redesigning a luxury flagship vehicle like the Range Rover. The last version felt like it had everything, so redesigning it from top to bottom required some careful decision-making. Thankfully, the overriding directive was "less is more."

The decision to take a chance on an aluminium chassis for a vehicle of this type paid off handsomely. The 2013 Land Rover Range Rover has a considerably different, and altogether more pleasant, feel behind the wheel. It feels smaller, more responsive and quicker to change direction. The sometimes jarring ride could probably be cured with some smaller wheels and less aggressive tires, but we doubt many owners will bother to make the swap.

Like most of the Range Rovers before it, this one is as much about prestige as it is about capability and comfort. Land Rover was smart to keep the look, the luxury and even the big wheels and tires. The fact that it's more efficient, too, will most likely come as a nice surprise to owners who couldn't care less.

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Used 2013 Land Rover Range Rover Overview

Pre-owned Land Rover Range Rover models are available with a 5.0 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 510 hp, depending on engine type. The Used 2013 Land Rover Range Rover comes with four wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 8-speed shiftable automatic. The Used 2013 Land Rover Range Rover comes with a 4 yr./ 50000 mi. basic warranty, a 4 yr./ 50000 mi. roadside warranty, and a 4 yr./ 50000 mi. powertrain warranty.

What's a good price on a Used 2013 Land Rover Range Rover?

Save up to $300 on one of 4 Used 2013 Land Rover Range Rover for sale at dealerships within 25 miles of Ashburn, VA with prices as low as $44,966 as of 05/28/2018, based on data from dealers and consumer-driven dealer ratings ranging from 3.1 to 4.3 out of 5 stars.

Price comparisons for Used 2013 Land Rover Range Rover trim styles:

  • The Used 2013 Land Rover Range Rover HSE is priced between $57,995 and $62,995 with odometer readings between 30321 and 73232 miles.
  • The Used 2013 Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged is priced between $44,966 and $44,966 with odometer readings between 79476 and 79476 miles.

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