You won't feel left behind or un-coddled inside the 2011 Land Rover LR2, which has many of the luxury features you'd be able to order in the bigger, more expensive Range Rover and Range Rover Sport.Every LR2 has adaptive headlamps as standard equipment. Each also includes xenon headlights; power windows, locks and mirrors; automatic climate control; leather upholstery; and an AM/FM/CD/MP3 player with an auxiliary port.
The options list can send the LR2's price soaring, but it has some worthwhile choices. The panoramic sunroof doesn't rob too much head room; Land Rover's DVD navigation system displays on a large screen and is a bit more intuitive than the one from its Jaguar kin. There are also choices of satellite and HD Radio; a CD changer; Dolby surround sound; Bluetooth; heated mirrors; a heated windshield; a garage door opener; and 19-inch wheels.