The Luxurious 2016 Range Rover
Classic design never needs to be fixed, but there is always room for improvement. The all-new 2016 Range Rover is, at its core, a well improved classic. Per usual, Land Rover was able to preserve their luxury SUV’s classic qualities while implementing innovation. That’s no simple task, but the 2016 Range Rover comes as close as one gets to the amalgamated product Land Rover had aimed for.
Its most notable advancement is under the hood. The mid-level 2016 Range Rover HSE is packing a supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 engine that has a 40-hp advantage over its base model. For its 2016 Range Rover Sport, Land Rover is also offering a Td6 single-turbo six-cylinder diesel engine that will have 254 horsepower and 440 lb-ft of torque. The optimal diesel engine provides drivers with impressive fuel economy choice with low-end power. With up to 22 MPG in the city and 29 MPG on the highway, we can now add efficiency to Land Rover’s repertoire.
What’s staying the same is what we never wanted to change. The 2016 Range Rover still has its unmistakable ‘Range Rover’ look with its three classic lines of the lower accent graphic, roofline and continuous waistline. The exterior almost looks as good as its interior, which is opulent. With heated seats, sliding panoramic sunroof, and a second generation Land Rover Terrain Response, it’s all classic Range Rover. Plus, its full time intelligent four-wheel drive that provides maximum grip and no fuss so you can take your Range Rover anywhere. No one will be mistaking this handsome luxury SUV for exactly what it is.
In addition to Range Rover’s classic amenities the 2016 model is loaded with cleverly conceived convenience features that are both thoughtful and accessory. To start, every Range Rover has improved parking cameras that feeds a higher resolution image to the driver, and has a power tailgate with gesture-based (kicking) activation. In addition, Land Rover has implemented a new InControl Remote smartphone app that allows drivers to remotely lock and unlock their doors, start their engine, and activate their horn and lights to locate their car. It’s all about clever convenience with the all-new 2016 Range Rover.
With a starting MSRP of $85,945, the 2016 Range Rover is advanced and improved, but oh so familiar.
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