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  • 2015 Range Rover Evoque SW1 Set to Make its Debut in Paris

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    The 2015 Range Rover SW1 is set to debut at the Paris Motorshow next week and is just the 1st of many “Inspired by Britian” special editions set to be released from what Jaguar Land Rover say.

    2015 Land Rover Range Rover Evouque SW1 FleetRates
    2015 Land Rover Range Rover Evouque SW1 FleetRates

    The 2015 Range Rover Evoque SW1 is built on the same Land Rover / Range Rover platform and will be available in 5 different color or “colour” choices which are among some of the most popular color choices our clients at FleetRates.com request, Firenze Red, Fuji White, Loire Blue, Santorini Black and Corris Grey. No matter which color you pick for your Special Edition 2015 Range Rover Evoque SW1 by Land Rover it will come standard with a Fuji White roof and 20″ wheels that are finished in Fuji White as well.

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    2015 Land Rover Range Rover Evouque SW1 FleetRates.com

    Some neat features of the Range Rover SW1 are a stand-out anodized red finish is applied to the rotary shift controller and shift paddles, Headrests are finished with tags bearing the Union Flag color graphic, and this is repeated on the carpet mats with Ebony binding. As a finishing touch, the same motif, rendered in monochrome, is etched into the sill plates and vehicle key. The 2015 Range Rover Evoque SW1 also is in adoption of an advanced head-up display system. According to Land Rover, this particular system features laser holographic techniques which result in better color saturation, brightness and contrast.

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    FleetRates.com will be happy to find you great leasing programs on the Limited Edition Ranger Rover Evoque SW1 by Land Rover. Give us a call today so we can place your order 1-800-851-9000

  • The Highly Anticipated 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport Due To Make Its Appearance Later This Year.


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    The 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport is to the full-size Land Rover Discovery (badged Lr4 in the U.s.) what the Range Rover Evoque is to the full-size Range Rover, aside from it accompanies more utility. Where the Range Rover Evoque stresses emotional styling, the new 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport is about space usage and utility, including an accessible third line seat for seven-traveler seating.

    Likewise with the Evoque and Land Rover Freelander (sold as the Lr2 in the U.s.), the 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport emphasizes a transverse-mounted motor and standard four-wheel drive. The Discovery Sport is controlled by the Evoque’s 2.0-liter turbocharged I-4 making 240 hp at 5500 rpm and 250 lb-ft of torque at 1750 rpm. Force is sent to the wheels through a ZF nine-rate programmed transmission and standard Haldex all-wheel-drive framework. In ordinary driving, the transmission begins in second apparatus, yet might be physically changed through oar shifters into first gear for max increasing speed or a low go for rough terrain driving. The transmission emphasizes a skip-movement emphasize that permits it to downshift straightforwardly without hitting each rigging. Movement times and immovability are likewise focused around driver info. The Haldex all-wheel-drive framework meets expectations with the Terrain Response framework and other Land Rover rough terrain advances including Hill Descent Control (HDC), Gradient Release Control (GRC), Roll Stability Control (RSC), Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), Electronic Traction Control (ETC), and Engine Drag Torque Control (EDC). The Discovery Sport likewise utilizes an electric force helped directing framework (EPAS).

    Braking drops by method for vented 12.8-inch plates in advance and 11.8-inch circles in back. The Discovery Sport emphasizes another brake outline with a stiffer caliper and new cushions. Other braking advances incorporate Emergency Brake Assist (EBA), Electronic Brake-power Distribution (EBD), and Corner Brake Control (CBC). A discretionary Autonomous Emergency Braking framework attempts to counteract or lessen the seriousness of an effect. Utilizing stereo cams, the framework lives up to expectations somewhere around 3 and 50 mph and can evade crashes beneath 32 mph. 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport Front Three Quarter In Motion Standard driver help frameworks incorporate Trailer Stability, Tow Assist and Tow Hitch Assist, and programmed headlights and wipers. Accessible frameworks incorporate Park Assist (parallel and perpendicular carports), Lane Departure Warning, and Traffic Sign Recognition. Notwithstanding imparting its powertrain to the Evoque, the new Discovery Sport additionally imparts some of its front building design and different segments, for example, a magnesium crossbeam, with the Evoque. The suspension is made up of high-quality steel, ultra high-quality boron steel, and aluminum. Aluminum is additionally utilized for the hood, front bumpers, top, and tailgate, serving to hold general weight down and bring down the inside of gravity. The front suspension comprises of steel lower control arms and aluminum knuckles. Street clamor is hosed by water powered bounce back stops in the struts. Another conservative multi-connection back suspension builds traveler and payload room. The back suspension is mounted on a steel subframe, while solid yet lightweight slim walled empty aluminum is utilized for the back lower control arms and knuckles. In spite of the fact that the 2015 Discovery Sport imparts some front end structural planning to the Evoque, its more upright styling, bigger general size, and smaller back suspension take into consideration a third column. Riding on a 107.9-inch wheelbase, the seven-traveler conservative SUV measures 180.7″ in length by and large, while stature is 67.9″ and width including mirrors is 85.6″. In examination, the Evoque rides on a 104.8-inch wheelbase and measures 171.5-171.9″ general. Stature and width measure 63.2-64.4″ and 77.4″, individually. With its far reaching utilization of high-quality steel and aluminum, Land Rover says the new Discovery Sport weighs 3957 pounds. That is only 12 pounds more than the last Evoque we tried.

    2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport Front Three Quarter 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport Front Three Quarter 02 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport Front End 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport Front Three Quarter 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport Rear Three Quarter 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport Front End In Motion With the wheels pushed to the corners, the 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport is said to have a low middle of gravity and “planted” stance. In advance, it emphasizes a two-bar grille flanked by thin wraparound headlights encompassed by four-point daytime running lights. Halogen headlights and Drls are standard, while HID headlights and LED daytime running lights are accessible. The four-point daytime running lights are said to speak to the four focuses on a compass. Headed foglights are mounted in the substantial air admissions on each one corner of the front sash. A clamshell hood tops of the front end points of interest. In spite of the fact that less sensational than the Evoque, the Discovery Sport’s inclining roofline and raked C-column provide for it a feeling of movement. The front bumper vents and expansive wheel curves attach the Discovery Sport to the bigger Lr4 and past Land Rover models. Around back, the taillight outline echoes that of the headlights. Different peculiarities incorporate a back spoiler and thin LED third-brake light. Unique consideration was paid to back flight science to keep street grime and earth to a base. Useful front and back skidplates are standard. Accessible outside colors incorporate Fuji White, Santorini Black, Corris Gray, Indus Silver, Loire Blue, Scotia Gray, Kaikoura Stone, Firenze Red, and restricted release Yulong White. The Black Pack outer surface trim bundle incorporates a sparkle dark complete on the grille, entryway mirror tops, front bumper vents, and emblems and also 19- or 20-inch composite wheels. A differentiating Santorini Black or Corris Gray top choice is additionally accessible. There are five wheel decisions in Sliver or Gloss Black completion. Inside, uncommon consideration was paid to the driver position in connection to the columns and dashboard. The focal point cons

  • 2014 Land Rover LR2 Best Prices, Low Lease Rates, and Nationwide Delivery


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    The Range Rover may be responsible for building the brand’s identity, but the it’s the LR2 that’s designed to meet the growing demand for small- to mid-size crossovers on the market today. It’s built with solid towing capability, good ground clearance and all-wheel drive, but it’s also more at home on the streets than its badging might suggest. The LR2 is essentially the vehicle that’s a little happier to play in the mud than the fashion-forward Range Rover Evoque, but not quite and off-road ready as the larger Land Rover LR4. That doesn’t mean that you won’t find it dancing through dirt roads from time to time–or even some moderately-difficult off-road trails–but it’s more likely that you’ll find it resting in a compact parking spot at the local grocery store.Walkaround
    In balance, the LR2 sits more with the German luxury crossovers–the Q5, the GLK–than it does with Japanese hardware like the Acura RDX. It feels more substantial, and sits more upright, and gas mileage is improved, though still not a breakout in the class. It provides more back-seat space than the Japanese crossovers, and its cargo space is above the mean for the class, but there’s no third-row seat–that’s the province of the bigger LR4. Despite its more traditional role in the Land Rover family, the LR2 reeks of its upscale heritage. It’s not nearly as quick as the latest BMW X3 nor as efficient, and it’s probably just as off-road-capable than the Benz GLK, not more so. But like those two utes and above all the other contenders, there’s some real upper crust in the LR2’s folded fenders and in its green-and-silver badge. There’s no hardcore, off-road-ready two-speed transfer case, but the rugged-looking LR2 lives up to a lot of the macho promise baked into its crisply folded sheetmetal. While the Range Rover lineup of utes veers off into a styling ether all its own, the LR2 stands by the formal design and all-out SUV cues of the past. In its niche, it’s a good thing: the LR2 still reads ‘sport-ute,’ something that can be said of the Mercedes GLK, but not nearly as much of the competition from Audi, BMW, or Cadillac. It’s a rugged-looking shape, but one that benefits this year from a more carlike cockpit, a new interior with a big LCD touchscreen, softer-touch materials, and a big cutback in the confusion of buttons and switches that riddled the old cabin.Summary
    The LR2 is sold in just one drivetrain configuration in the U.S. but the former in-line six-cylinder has been sent packing in favor of the same 240-horsepower, 2.0-liter turbo four found in the Evoque. It’s less smooth, but way more entertaining–the flat, steady progress gives way to peaky power channeled well through a six-speed automatic. Getting to 60 mph is slightly less arduous, but it’s nearly as quiet, since the engine brings some new underbody structure with it–a notable upgrade from the Evoque. The LR2 doesn’t get other running-gear changes, but the lighter engine lifts weight from the steering. The ride and handling are pleasant and comfortable, even a little frisky when pressed into corners, with more sensation in its steering than its brawnier cousins. Trail riders won’t admire the lack of a true low range, but the LR2’s traction systems are quite sophisticated, and let casual off-pavement drivers choose the right traction mode for the conditions at hand. In our experience, it’s more than sufficient for the way these utes are used, anyway.