2014 Range Rover Changes & Pricing – Full Guide for Download #RangeRover #2014

A great poster over on the rangerovers.net board (Thanks Chris!) sent me over the guide with the latest changes for the 2014 Range Rover.  Biggest change for the US market is the new 3.0L Supercharged V6 for the base & HSE trims.  The naturally aspirated V8 is no longer available at any trim level.

Download the PDF(~8MB) here: 2014MY All-New Range Rover Product Announcement with Pricing



More comments forthcoming…

And oh yeah, the green badges are back!

2013-02-12T23:26:16-05:00February 12, 2013|

2013 Range Rover, US Pricing, starting at $83,500, Autobiography $130,950 #NewRangeRover

Land Rover had their US reveal party for the All-New 2013 Range Rover tonight in New Jersey and announced the US pricing afterward.  I was worried the Autobiography would really jump but it only increased about $4000 over the 2012 model.  I just wish they included the 1700 Watt Meridian system with it…  Either way, I’m starting to get slightly disenchanted, I’m sure it was a great party.

Here’s the PR:



• All New Range Rover is a modern interpretation of iconic design making it the most aerodynamic Range Rover ever
• Arrives in U.S. showrooms Winter 2012 with MSRP starting at $83,500*
• U.S. Debut held at Range Rover owner’s home for exclusive list of highly loyal customers
• Enhanced all-terrain performance with the introduction of a new fully automatic Land Rover “Terrain Response 2” system**
• The world’s first SUV with a lightweight, high strength all-aluminum structure
• Weight savings of about 700lbs when compared to the outgoing model delivers improved performance, fuel economy
• New York City area is largest metro market for Range Rover in the world

(MAHWAH, N.J.) – September 13, 2012 – Tonight, Land Rover revealed to loyal U.S. customers the All-New Range Rover, the fourth generation of the world’s most capable and luxurious SUV, and announced that the all new SUV will have a MSRP starting price of $83,500*. The reveal was held at the 30,000 square-foot home on the former Frick estate in New York City suburb, Alpine, New Jersey.

“The debut of the all-new Range Rover is a momentous occasion for Land Rover and our loyal owners,” said Kim McCullough, Brand Vice President, Land Rover, North America. “Our customers are incredible brand enthusiasts so they share in the excitement of the U.S. debut of the all-new Range Rover.”

In front of an audience of individually selected loyal customers, the uniquely capable all-new Range Rover made an appropriate arrival traversing a rocky angled path to enter the stunning backyard gardens of The Stone Mansion, where the guests got their first chance for an up-close look at the highly anticipated new vehicles.

Attendees were also given the opportunity to tour the mansion, which boasts five floors of 12 bedrooms, 19 bathrooms, indoor basketball court, movie theatre, 11-car garage, 4000-bottle wine cellar and elevator, while enjoying the experience of first class catering and cocktails.

The all-new 2013 Range Rover is the world’s first SUV with an all-aluminum unibody structure that is lighter and stronger than ever before, with a weight savings of about 700lbs. Designed and engineered at Land Rover’s development centers in the United Kingdom, the next generation Range Rover will be produced at a new manufacturing facility at Solihull, United Kingdom which employs the latest low-energy aluminum body construction technologies. The model was developed from the ground up and equipped with legendary Land Rover off-road capability and transformed on-road handling and agility. The vehicle is unmistakably a Range Rover in design and performance, still capturing the innovative spirit and iconic design of the original model, but with a more spacious and luxurious interior to enhance the driver’s experience.

The all-new Range Rover will have a starting price of $83,500* and will go up to $130,950* for the Autobiography. It will be introduced in 170 markets worldwide and arrive in North American showrooms this winter.

Sales for Land Rover in North America have been consistently strong in recent years. In 2011, Land Rover brand sales were up 20 percent to 28.038 units. Year-to-date through August, 2012 Land Rover sales are up 22 percent from 2011.

* Price shown is MSRP. Includes destination. Excludes tax, title, license, dealer fees, all due at signing, and optional equipment. Dealer price, terms and vehicle availability may vary. See your Land Rover dealer for details.

2012-09-13T22:36:48-04:00September 13, 2012|

Range Rover Evoque Pricing & Option Packs revealed in Brussels? #rangerover

While doing some searching around, I found a post on this forum in French:


About the middle of the page, there’s a post, that I translated to English below:

Hi everyone,
Back from the Auto Show in Brussels, where I jumped when I heard that the bishop was present (phew, that was the last day).
One word to describe the bishop: superb!
I really fell for his line.
Having seen all the questions raised tariffs on this forum, and wanted me to know now if the bishop is in my budget or not, I tried to collect a maximum of info on those prices + options .
The girls at the booth offered to specifications, and told us within a few minutes, a brochure showing the standard equipment and prices, but with the prohibition of taking the brochure, or even permission to photograph ! not cool!
So, here’s some info that I have:
I first confirms what has been said previously: 3 door version is, strangely, more expensive than the 5-door, 700 euros on the pure version (I do not know about others).
Nine of the price Evokes ED4 (4×2 150hp) 5-door Pure: 33800 € TTC
For Evokes ED4 (4×2 150hp) Dynamics 5 doors: € 41,800 including VAT (the increase over the Pure hurts!)
For Evokes ED4 (150hp 4×2) Luxury 5 doors: approximately € 42,500 (from memory): This is for sure is that prestige is more expensive than the dynamics, which surprised me.
I have not managed to retain the standard features of each version, and it’s not shown on the financial proposals they give.
I asked for a config Pure version with all the options, trying to guess at least this is not standard …
Firstly Packs (I retranslated the price including VAT):
Pure Teck Pack (on Pure only): 2820 € TTC
Floor mats, ambient lighting, Meridian Audio System (380W), touch screen 8 "audio connectivity, wireless Bluetooth audio streaming as +, Alloy wheels 18", trim strip front bumper
Park Assist Pack (combination of Pure Teck Pack only): 690 € TTC
Obstacle detectors at the front and rear view camera
Cold Climate Pack (on Pure only): 830 € TTC
Front seats + steering wheel + windscreen + heated nozzles
Clear View Pack (on Pure only): 1320 € TTC
Xenon headlights, fog lamps LED on the front, headlight washers, headlights and auto wipers.
then a few options on my quote:
Darkened rear windows: 430 € TTC
Leather seats with memory function for seat and mirrors conductucteur: 1200 €
Panoramic glass roof: 660 €
Then, on whose white evokes Dynamic def-j sent the photos, here are the options on this vehicle, and prices:
Panoramic glass roof: 660 €
Black roof upholstery: 200 €
obstacle detectors before: 400 €
Backup Camera: 430 €
Headlamp washers: 170 €
Alloy rims 20 "’Shadow Chrome’ – Style 7: 970 €
Navigation system with HDD, voice commands, TMC … : 2190 €
Cold Climate Pack (see description above): 830 €
Dynamic Plus Pack: 4580 €
Leather sports seats with contrast stitching and adjustable electric 8voies
leather interior (cons-doors, dashboard)
Brushed aluminum center console and dashboard "Gloss Black Strate.
Not sure all these options are really options to dynamic … Example: the headlight washer, mandatory when you have Xenon
So I think with that, you begin to get an idea of prices and equipment (at least on Pure and Dynamic).
= Pure version, pretty well equipped but with some important gaps, such as headlights and wipers self (I guess not included in the series because Clear View Pack)
But Pure is less than 34,000 €, and that’s good news!
+ Dynamic = 7500 euros compared to the pure: no idea what justifies this rate increase, especially when you see all the options that you can still add more!

I know it’s a little rough but the translation from Google isn’t too bad – and it really gives us an idea of what they’re going to show us next week.  I did find it interesting that the touchscreen will be an option on the Pure model.  I know they de-content a lot in Europe – they’ve sold actual Range Rovers without a touch screen too.  I had also noticed this in the latest brochure, you can see below what the non-touchscreen may look like.  It appears to get a number pad and other transport controls.


And another sheet with some pricing & options:


2011-02-22T20:46:06-05:00February 23, 2011|

Land Rover launches the new 2011 Defender X-Tech Limited Edition

A new Defender limited edition is always fun but bittersweet because I know we’ll never see it in the US, at least not in it’s current iteration.  After doing a complete restore on 1971 Series IIA(www.roverhaul.com), it’s the little things on the Defender that really catch my eye.  Even with 40 years separating my 1971 and this 2011, the 2011 still has visible pop-rivets – very cool!  Even that “upgraded interior” – it’s just so classic Land Rover – window controls in the center!



  • Class-leading all-terrain capability with a raw and edgy style.
  • Striking Zermatt Silver exterior, with contrast Santorini Black finish to the roof and wheel arches, and an Ebony interior.
  • Introduction of 16 inch Saw Tooth alloy wheels.
  • On sale from March 2011 starting at £24,995


2011-01-12T16:17:04-05:00January 13, 2011|
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