2015 Land Rover LR4

July 6, 2015
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2015 Land Rover LR4

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The 2015 Land Rover LR4 offers the best of Land Rover’s legendary off-road ability at a price that’s in range for many large-SUV buyers. With pricing starting around $51,000, the LR4 isn’t as plush or distinguished as the Range Rover or Range Rover Sport, but its boxy, upright silhouette is more in line with the traditional character that many buyers associate with the Land Rover name.

Unlike Land Rovers of the past, the LR4’s engine offers impressive power without a significant penalty at the pump. Fuel economy, however, is still not up to the standards set by Audi and Mercedes-Benz, both of which offer fuel-efficient diesels in their larger SUVs. Land Rover is also working hard to bring up the LR4’s resale and reliability numbers.

The LR4 might be more expensive than some of its competitors, but with world-renowned off-road prowess, available seating for seven and a 7,700-lb towing capacity, the LR4 leaves most other luxury SUVs in the dust (or the mud, in some cases).

2015 Land Rover LR4

What’s New for 2015?

For 2015, the LR4 receives new side step rails and a few new options including InControl Apps and smartphone integration, adaptive cruise control and collision-warning technology.

What We Like

Top-notch off-road capability; ample passenger capacity and interior space; serious towing capacity; plentiful standard features

Fuel Economy

The 2015 Land Rover LR4 is equipped with a 3.0-liter supercharged V6 that’s good for 340 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque. A ZF 8-speed automatic transmission is standard, as is all-wheel drive. Fuel economy figures for the LR4 are ratings of 15 miles per gallon in the city and 19 mpg on the highway.

2015 Land Rover LR4

Standard Features & Options

The 2015 Land Rover LR4 comes in three trims: base, HSE and HSE LUX.

The base LR4 ($51,325) includes a single-speed transfer case with a 4-mode Terrain Response system, hill-descent and gradient-release control, air suspension with four vehicle height settings, a twin-panel Alpine glass roof with an integrated power moonroof and 2-row seating for five passengers. Other standard features include leather seating, 19-inch wheels, heated outside mirrors, power front seats with driver’s-side power lumbar support (manual on the passenger seat), dual-zone automatic climate control, rear parking sensors, cruise control, push-button stop/start, and a 380-watt, 11-speaker Meridian audio system with dual USB ports and iPod integration, Bluetooth phone and audio streaming.

The HSE ($56,225) adds a third-row seat (increasing seating capacity to seven passengers), power-folding side mirrors, hard-drive-based voice-activated navigation, unique 19-in wheels and rear-seat climate controls.

The HSE LUX ($61,525) adds the Extended Windsor Leather package and heating elements for the steering wheel, front windshield, front washer jets, and front and rear seats. Also standard are adaptive HID headlights, a 17-speaker, 825-watt Meridian audio system, a power tilt-telescopic steering wheel, front parking sensors, and memory function for the driver’s seat, steering wheel and mirrors.

Options for the LR4 include a Vision Assist package with side blind-zone monitoring, closing-vehicle detection and rear cross-traffic alert; collision mitigation and adaptive cruise control; a 5-camera, 360-degree monitor; the Black Design Pack with 18- or 20-in black-finish wheels and blackout trim for the grille, door handles, mirror caps and fender vents; and the Heavy Duty package that brings a 2-speed transfer case, 5-mode Terrain Response (which adds rock crawling), and active-locking center and rear differentials.

The HSE can be equipped with many of the LUX features, including the Climate Comfort package. Stand-alone options include a rear-seat entertainment system, 20-in wheels and the Meridian audio upgrade. The base LR4 can also be upgraded to include 7-passenger seating.

Safety

In addition to luxury and utility features, the 2015 Land Rover LR4 is loaded with safety components. There are integral head restraints for all three rows of seats. The LR4’s safety equipment is anchored by six standard airbags that work in conjunction with its front-passenger seat’s occupant-detection system. Included are driver and dual-threshold front-passenger airbags, side-thorax airbags (for front seating positions), and head-protection side-curtain airbags for the front- and second-row outboard seating positions. When ordered with the 7-Seat Comfort package, the LR4 includes two additional side-curtain airbags for a total of eight airbags.

The LR4 also features a collapsible steering column and an inertia switch that unlocks the doors, turns off the fuel pump and turns on interior and hazard lights in case of an accident.

Neither the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration nor the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has crash-tested the Land Rover LR4.

Behind the Wheel

Richard Hammond of the British TV program “Top Gear has called the LR4 the greatest 4×4 of all time. Climb behind the steering wheel and head for the trail to quickly learn why. Other SUVs might seem to have compromised something here or there, leaving a lack of congruity, but the LR4 very much feels complete, well-sorted and uncompromising.

The LR4 is one of the few U.S.-market SUVs still built with body-on-frame construction. This arrangement adds weight but also proves highly capable off-road. Add to that the LR4’s electronic controls for differential, braking and air-suspension systems, and you’ll understand why few vehicles can compete with the LR4 on or off the road.

On pavement, the LR4 is smooth, taut, composed and in control. With all the torque created by the new supercharged 3.0-liter V6, not much pedal input is needed to get the LR4 going. Unlike other SUVs, the LR4 feels very sturdy in sharp corners. It has a high-riding and tall body but carries most of its weight down low; it’s this relatively low center of gravity, coupled with the LR4’s sophisticated suspension system, that allows it to stay level during cornering.

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