It is almost seven decades it has existed, Land Rover has had up to about six or more vehicles in its portfolio at any one time, however since 1970, the one most related to the revered British marque (now owned by the Tata Motors of India) must be the Range Rover.In spite of its life span, the Range Rover is in simply its fourth era, the first going on for over a quarter of a century as a square shaped, rough, utilitarian vehicle not a ton distinctive in idea from the first Land Rover Series whose principle reason for existing was to go 4×4 romping and farm utilization.
Starting in the mid-1990s, the Range Rover started to climb market with the expansion of refined interiors and various sought after luxuries and innovative elements putting it firmly amongst the extravagance SUV section while as yet holding its rough notoriety and capacity for going 4×4 roading adventures.
Range Rover 2014 Autobiography LWB
Major Features/Comfort and Quality
To get the fully tricked out Autobiography trim, which includes as standard features like Intelligent Stop/Start, active rear locking differential, and 29-speaker, 1,700-Watt Meridian Signature Audio System with 3D Surround Sound, you’re looking at MSRPs of $137,645 and $142, 995 LWB.
The Autobiography model is featured in the accompanying slide show. Check out such features as the panoramic sunroof that gives rear-seat passengers a clear view of the sky.
To get the completely tricked out Autobiography trim, which incorporates as standard elements like Intelligent Stop/Start, active rear locking differential, and 29-speaker, 1,700-Watt Meridian Signature Audio System with 3D Surround Sound, you’re taking a look at MSRPs of ₦27,418,831.14 ($137,645) and ₦ 28,485,039.33 ($142, 995 ) LWB and Full option on this Range Rover 2014 Autobiography Website goes for about ₦42,000,000
The Autobiography model is highlighted with slide show. Look at such components as the all encompassing sunroof that gives back seat travelers a reasonable perspective of the sky.
Here are the major features of the Range Rover Autobiography;
Washer reservoir , Intelligent Cruise Control with Queue Assist and intelligent emergency braking system (not available in hybrid models), Traffic Sign Recognition, Blind spot monitoring, approaching vehicle sensor and motion detection while reversing, Features Parallel Park / Parking Exit / Perpendicular Park / 360 ° Park Distance Control, Touch Screen Dual View technology (with one set of wireless headphones), Dusk-sensing headlights with High Beam Assist function (HBA) Automatically , Heated leather steering wheel Extended, veneer pack , Comfortable headrests at the front and at the back Illuminated door sills, Electrically opened / closed split tailgate , Security System , Door closing system, Front and rear floor mats with contrasting stitching and metal corners , Surround Camera System Figured Macassar wood, Headlining, Alston The Terrain Response® system, Dual sun visors TV Digital TV, Multimedia system for the rear row of seats with 10.2-inch screens with remote control and jointed front head restraints – See more here
Engine Safety, Comfort and Quality »
In spite of its size and high stature, the Range Rover is just a five-traveler vehicle with no third row encroaching on its stowage space at the back. That additionally gives the travelers the advantage of a lot of space for themselves with only a tad more than 40 inches of legroom in the backseat alone, a great creep more than offered to those in the front. A quick round of handball, anybody?
Yes, the Ranger Rover is a major vehicle, yet you don’t get the feeling that it is larger than average in any respect. From looking at it out over the hood, the Range Rover feels more like a fair sized SUV than one of the portion’s big boys.
What’s more, the blend of the torque and drive and the loss of weight makes the Range Rover a great deal more dexterous than its ancestors.
Range Rover 2014 Supercharged V6 Engine/Fuel
Fuel Economy / MPG – Petrol/Gas
For 2014, a 3.0-liter supercharged V6 engine supplanted the past typically suctioned 5.0-liter V8, further upgrading mileage to a less-parched 17 7.2km per litre (17 miles-per-gallon) on city avenues and 23 mpg on the express way (highway) while as yet conveying 340 HP and 332 (150kg) pound-feet of torque to every one of the four wheels, moving the vehicle’s about 2267.96kg (5,000 pounds) from zero-to-60 mph in 7.1 seconds, as per Land Rover timers. Likewise offered is a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 that is evaluated at 510 hp and 461 lb.- ft. of torque that moves the Range Rover from zero-to-60 in a fast 5.1 seconds, however consumes fuel at a rate of 13 mpg city, 19 express-way(Highway). The V8 is furnished with standard start/stop innovation that helps enhance fuel economy, however to what amount is difficult to say.
With the update for 2013, the Range Rover shed around 318 kg(700 pounds) due to its aluminum unibody construction which brought about a livelier performance and enhanced fuel utilization.