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2013 Range Rover U.S. Pricing

2013 Range Rover Price at 2013 Range Rover U.S. Pricing

Official pricing for the new 2013 Range Rover has been revealed by the company’s American branch, and it starts at $83,500. The 80 grand car comes with pretty much everything you can possibly want in a luxury SUV, and then some. But for those who want more exclusivity and exquisite details, Range Rover also offers an Autobiography version that costs $130,950.

There’s also mid-range HSE and Supercharged models, priced at $88,500 and $99,950 respectively.

The new fourth-gen Range Rover is  the world’s first SUV with an all-aluminum unibody structure, which is why it is 420 kg lighter than the model it replaces. That not only results in greater fuel economy than before, it also make the Range Rover nimbler and better to drive.

In terms of off-road capabilities, the new Range Rover is still the king of the hill thanks to the new fully automatic Land Rover “Terrain Response 2” system. The car is also fantastically luxurious, It has the best interior fitted to any car ever with a nice blend of leather, aluminum and wood. As for the technology features, you name it, Range Rover’s got it.

The only issue with the new RR is the way it looks, which is not bad, but those new head and taillights may not sit well with traditional fans of the brand.

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