Sunday, November 15, 2009


The 2009 Land Rover LR2 features new standard 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels with Sparkle Silver finish and optional 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels with Shadow Chrome finish. New interior features include Almond leather seating surfaces with Nutmeg carpeting, available Dark Laurel woodgrain appearance trim and available Satin Silver metal-look trim. The fender-mounted turn-signal repeaters now have clear lenses and the taillights have a darker matte-gray finish around the lighting elements. A new HST Package includes a more aggressive mesh grille, painted front and rear bumpers, revised side sills and dual exhaust.

The LR2 is Land Rover's compact 5-seat SUV that joined the lineup early in 2007 as a 2008 model, taking the place of the Freelander. The LR2 is an all-new vehicle with new architecture that delivers a good balance between handling and ride comfort on the road but retains Land Rover’s legendary off-road capability as well. Equipped with permanent intelligent all-wheel drive, the LR2 utilizes an electronically controlled center differential to vary the torque split between the front and rear axles as needed. The LR2 features Terrain Response, which first debuted on the LR3 and the first use of Roll Stability Control in a Land Rover.

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