LANDROVER RANGEROVER VOGUE HSE

In 2014, Land Rover replaced the previously standard V-8 engine with a new supercharged V-6. Combined with the all-aluminum construction introduced in 2013—making this model fully 700 pounds lighter than its predecessor—that engine helps to further boost efficiency, allowing the big Range Rover to meet various challenging global fuel-economy and carbon emissions goals. To balance that somewhat, a long-wheelbase model was introduced in 2014—it’s the limo of SUVs, or possibly the SUV of limos, depending on how you look at things. For 2015, Land Rover made the LWB Rover more attainable, introducing an HSE-trimmed version that uses the supercharged V-6. Long-wheelbase models continue to be available with the supercharged V-8, with varying degrees of fancy furnishings.

New for 2016 is a turbodiesel V-6 that eclipses the gas V-6 in fuel economy and to some degree, logic. The 3.0-liter diesel V-6 is rated at 254 hp and 440 lb-ft, and coupled to the usual four-wheel drive and 8-speed automatic, delivers an EPA-rated 25 mpg combined—exceptional numbers for one of the world’s plushest utility vehicles.

Lighter, stiffer, more efficient, and still quite powerful, the Range Rover is an impressive SUV, both on-road and off. Base and HSE models are powered by a 3.0-liter supercharged V-6 engine rated at 380 hp and 332 lb-ft of torque. A supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 is also included on higher-tier models, rated at 510 hp. An 8-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters delivers smooth, quick shifts in all models. Base and HSE models equipped with the supercharged V-6 (including the new LWB HSE) return 17/23/19 mpg.

AED 235,000.00

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