The 2003 Land Rover Range Rover is the largest vehicle
in this manufacturer's line-up. Big brother to the compact
Freelander and the slightly smaller but full-sized comfort-oriented
Discovery, the Range Rover has been described as "the
most capable vehicle in the world".
For 2003, the Range Rover has seen the comfort levels be
brought up to rival the supreme standard of the off-road,
go anywhere/do anything performance profile. Add to these
two ingredients iconic exterior styling and the winning
combination you are left with can only be Range Rover.
The 2003 Land Rover Range Rover comes in only one trim level-
the top one, HSE.
You name it and the 2003 Land Rover Range Rover probably
has it as standard equipment. Air conditioning with dual-zone
automatic climate control combines with leather upholstered
power seats with memory settings to provgide occupant comfort
levels that are second to very few.
The list doubles in size when you add driving convenience
features like heated power mirrors, day/night rear-view
mirror, power steering etc, and then doubles again when
you add utilitarian functions. Compass, analog clock, trip
computer, DVD navigation system and of course, the Harmon
Kardon premium audio system.
Changes have been made to the 2003 Range Rover increasing
its height and making it longer than the original model.
Also, greater ground clearance and steeper approach and
departure angles add to the capability and the credible
off-road look of this versatile auto.
The real Range Rover story comes when the hood is opened.
This is only the third all-new Range Rover in 31 years and
it has been made with more power than ever before although
with a smaller, lighter and more efficient powerplant. On
this one, an all-aluminum, 4.4-litre V8 BMW manufactured
engine has been thoroughly modified for off-road use on
a Land Rover platform and as such it is fully capable of
wading through water, heavy-duty towing and negotiating
steep off-road angles.
A free-revving, 32-valve V8, it produces 282 horsepower
at 5,400 rpm and generates 325 lbs-ft of torque at 3,600
rpm. A state-of-the-art five-speed transmission provides
fully automatic and CommandShift manual operation.
Safety and Security
Billed as the safest Land Rover ever produced, the Range
Rover has every safety innovation the designers could find.
Passive safety technology includes dual front airbags, front
side airbags, front and rear side head-protection airbags,
state of the art three-point belts with pretensioners in
all outboard positions and the child seat restraint LATCH
Extensive active safety technology includes antilock 4-wheel
disc brakes with brake assist, hill descent control, an
antiskid system, a tire-pressure monitor, and both front-
and rear-obstacle-detection systems.
a Free Price Quote on a 2003 Land Rover Range Rover.
282 @ 5,400
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