We have just taken delivery of the 2010 Land Rover LR4 HSE. It’s not quite a Range Rover, but it certainly looks to have the off-road chops of its big brother. With a 5.0-liter V-8 producing 375 horsepower and Land Rover’s Terrain Managment System among the many off-road goodies, the LR4 wouldn’t be out of place on the on the side of a mountain, in a mud bog, or on the Rubicon.
It’s in the office for a week, so bring on the questions.
The price may be small, but your smile certainly won’t be – even if it is slow as hell.
The good thing is that are no hoses or wires stemming out from the device, which makes it less of a hassle to set up and put away.
In the case of the 2022 Infiniti QX55, it had a bullet point on its CV that provoked us to ask about first. $60,350? How?
Its action was light at low speeds, loaded up in corners, and confidently weighted on the highway, which is the ideal setup in any new car.