2014 Land Rover Range US Pricing Released
In terms of changes, the naturally-aspirated 5.0-liter V8 on the Range Rover, Range Rover Sport and LR4 (Discovery for Europe) was replaced with a supercharged 3.0-liter V6. The unit, which was already introduced on the Jaguar F-Type, delivers 340 HP. In addition, the Evoque is now offered with a nine-speed automatic transmission.
The price list is naturally topped by the Range Rover, which hasn’t received any major updates for the new model year, with the exception of the aforementioned one. Americans only get the supercharged V8, which starts at $83,545. The price climbs to $135,995 for the Autobiography model.
The Range Rover Sport can be yours starting from $63,495, for which you get the aforementioned V6. The Autobiography model comes with a financial burden of $93,295.
As for the LR4 (Discovery), this has received a facelift for the 2014 model year. There are moderate changes across the vehicle and the pricing sits between $50,595 and $60,795.
Apart from the aforementioned nine-speed gearbox, the Range Rover Evoque doesn’t get any changes for 2014. Prices starts at $41,995 for the three-door version and climb to $58,185 for the five-door one.
When it comes to the LR2 (Freelander 2), this now comes with the 240 HP turbocharged two-liter engine from the Evoque, as well as a refreshed design and new features. This is offered for a price of between $37,495 and $42,595.