This car is wonderful , I downsized from a suburban but I still have the room but with more luxury and without feeling like I'm in a boat. Handles like a car , pickup is quick and perky! I love it! Love love love it!
2011 Land Rover LR4drives a lot - , 02/17/2013
A wonderful car/SUV to drive.
Great acceleration, great in rain, great in snow, great in gravel/dirt/mud. We live on a ranch, so we regularly drive in gravel/dirt/mud. Additionally, it tows as easily as it drives....horses, hitch cargo box (swing away model, love it, too and another review) and bike carrier
We also travel about 20 miles each way to school/bus stop and my gas mileage is better than the predicted 13/14 mpg. I get about 17/19 and even better on the Highway.
I LOVE THIS LR4.
This is my second land rover and I have never had any trouble with either. Highly recommend.
Loved the car so much,the Skylight,Seats
2013 Land Rover LR4. . - Winston salem, NC02/11/2016
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