land rover lr2

2015 Land Rover LR2 Lease
$
429
/Mo.

$3,995 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees.) Miles: 30,000

MSRP $37,295


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Land Rover LR2 Details
The Land Rover LR2 is the entry level model in the British luxury SUV fleet. This lease offer gets you into a great SUV that is suited for both on-road and off-road use. The driving characteristics of the Land Rover LR2 off-road are simply impressive. Whether crushed stone, gravel or sand, the compact SUV makes its way with ease. However, the on-road performance is impressive. The well-balanced chassis is equally impressive fast cornering unimpressed and not falter despite the relatively high center of gravity. The standard equipment is very comprehensive, so goes the somewhat high base price of the equipment variant HSE in order.
The fact that the LR2 delivers an excellent performance as well as off-road, is situated on the intelligent four-wheel drive and the Terrain Response system. Depending on the substrate, the driver can select “sand” here between “Normal”, “grass / snow”, “mud” and. The system changes the various electronic control systems of the vehicle, such as engine management, transmission, clutch and central chassis systems. The intelligent all-wheel drive fits while driving the power distribution between front and rear axles is constantly the prevailing conditions. This has the advantage that, for example, almost all the torque comes in rough terrain to the rear axle in order to guarantee optimum grip there. The fact that this is not a pure marketing talk, could provide LR2 in our test drives on Moroccan gravel roads and sand dunes impressive proof of Land Rover. Even the most intricate and studded with rocks off-road passages mastered the small SUV with flying colors. Meters high sand dunes? No problem. Very good Land Rover, two thumbs up
The excellent off-road properties, however, do not go amazingly, at the expense of practicality on the road. The LR2 presented itself to us as pleasant and non-motorized SUV. Again, the excellent chassis ensures that the Land Rover is not or hardly noticeable tendency to side. The somewhat more common potholes on roads in Morocco put the little one away bravely, without letting the occupants feel too much. Admittedly, our test car, however, was also equipped with 18-inch rims and size 235 special tires from Continental. This contributed both on-and off-road probably their part to the positive driving characteristics. Only the steering was almost a bit too easy – a little more direct and you could get a better feel for the car.
Although the operation of the navigation system is not always logical and needs some settling-in period, the equipment of the top model HSE is top notch. As standard you get a full leather interior, 18-inch wheels, Terrain Response, bi-xenon headlights, and Hill Descent Control HDC, keyless start, air conditioning, a sound system from Alpine with twelve speakers and a jack for an iPod or MP3 player . In addition, a parking sensor for front and rear, a two-part panoramic glass roof and a Bluetooth hands-free kit is available as an option