2013 Land Rover Range Rover Values

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2013 model year changes

The fourth-generation Land Rover Range Rover is all-new for 2013. Despite that, it retains the look of its predecessor in most ways. The biggest change comes in weight savings, where extensive use of aluminum has shaved more than 700 pounds from the model. In fact, the Rover utilizes an SUV-first aluminum unibody structure, along with aluminum front and rear sub-frames. Power still comes from one of two 5.0L V8s, making either 375 hp or 510 hp when equipped with a supercharger. Both are mated to a new 8-speed ZF automatic transmission. In keeping with the Range Rover's off-roading roots, the model is equipped with a new Terrain Response 2 Auto system, which uses an array of icons around a dial to allow drivers to select the mode that suits their needs. In response, the system adjusts for ride height, throttle and shift control, and stability control. The interior is all-new as well, with increased rear passenger room and a refined dash and control layout that is cleaner and more efficient. Models include base, HSE, Supercharged, and Autobiography, with prices ranging from $83,500 to $130,950.

Competitive comparison

All-aluminum body structure; available supercharged V8 power; inspired handling characteristics; fantastic off-road capabilities

Special features for 2013

The fourth-generation Range Rover retains everything customers loved about the previous model and has improved upon all of it. The result is a massively capable on- or off-road luxury SUV with loads of power, smart handling, extensive use of technology and more creature comforts than you can imagine. It rivals anything produced by Mercedes or Porsche, and in fact now weighs less than either the Cayenne Turbo or GL450, thanks to extensive use of aluminum. The result is the most refined Range Rover yet.