2013 Land Rover LR4 U.S. pricing announced

Article by Christian A., on October 3, 2012

The 2013 Land Rover LR4 will get slight revisions. This seven-seater, three-row model has a starting price of $49,950 (which includes $850 destination and delivery). Meanwhile, the HSE is priced from $54,175. A new Black Design Package is offered as an option, offering LR4 owners the choice of putting 19- or 20-inch wheels with black paint finish.

Furthermore, gloss black paint is applied on the grille, fender vents, door handles, mirror caps, and badging. The 2013 model year is also available with five new body color choices as well as a new Extended Leather Package. Powering the 2013 LR4 is a 5.0-liter V8 engine with 375-hp and 375 lb-ft of torque, partnered with a six-speed adaptive automatic transmission.

LR4 has a 7,716-lb towing capacity and comes with an integrated factory trailer hitch receiver. The Extended Leather Package provides buyers with an interior option that’s more luxurious. It features premium soft Windsor leather with twin-stitch detailing to the top of the dashboard and doors, armrest, and grab handles, aside from surrounding the instrument cluster. The 2013 model is available with two new interior colors and two new trim finishes.

For more than two decades, the Land Rover Discovery has been continually evolved in terms of design, technology and performance. The latest evolution has resulted to the fourth generation of the vehicle, which while still featuring the clean lines of its predecessors, now boasts of a modern and premium appearance.

For the latest generation, the new Land Rover Discovery features a front end with smoother surfaces and sportier looking headlights. Interestingly, the new Land Rover Discovery comes with new LED position lamps with signature stepped profile around the primary light units. On the rear, the Land Rover Discovery offers stop, tail and indicator lights employing LED technology.

To account for the higher power output of the new engine, the front bumper of the new Land Rover Discovery is provided with larger air intake as well as anti-drag 'lips' that help smoothen the flow of air around the front wheels, thereby helping reduce aerodynamic drag.

The fourth generation of the Land Rover Discovery is available with several wheel design and sizes. These include a seven-spoke 19-inch wheel, a twin seven-spoke 19-inch rim and a 10-spoke 20-inch wheel. The newest Land Rover Discovery could now be finished with three new available exterior colors -- Bali Blue, Ipanema Sand and Nara Bronze.

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