The all-new 2013 Range Rover is scheduled to go on sale this winter in the United States, with prices starting at MSRP $83,500 and going all the way up to $130,950 for the Autobiography model. We should mention that these prices include the destination fee, but exclude tax, title and dealer fees.
As a reminder, the new Range Rover is the first SUV that has an all-aluminum unibody structure, making it 700 lbs lighter than the model it replaces. It has a 100mm longer wheelbase and will be offered with either the regular three-occupant rear seat or with the new two-seat Executive layout that extends the center console through the rear cabin, while the rear legroom has increased by 120mm.
When Land Rover revealed the new model they said that it will be available with three engines: a V8 5.0-liter supercharged gasoline unit, a V6 3.0-liter diesel and a bigger V8 4.4-liter that will be updated for the new Range Rover. These engines come mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission from ZF.
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