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Despite its size, the LR2 is still very much a Land Rover, which means it can go farther off-road than most will ever venture. But the off-road prowess comes at a price; it’s heavier than its rivals, and it isn’t as much fun to drive. The 3.2-liter six is weak and struggles to move the LR2
Formerly known as the LR3, this brute was rechristened the LR4 for 2010 with more power, a revised chassis, and a restyled interior. The result was a better-handling and quicker machine that’s more luxurious than before, too. It’s heavy and the mpg are low, but this is still a great SUV.
This is the original off-road ready luxury sport-ute, so feel free to give the stink-eye through your monocle to new-money SUVs like the Lexus LX570 and Cadillac Escalade. Reliability isn’t a strong suit, but powerful engines, refined manners, and an incredibly sumptuous cabin impress.
Heavily revised for 2010 with new, more powerful engines; a revised chassis; and an upgraded interior. The Sport boasts a decent level of off-road ability, and the acceleration and handling now deliver more of the verve promised by the name, although much of the competition is better to drive.