Shopping for a new Land Rover LR3?
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FEATURES | 9 out of 10
Permanent four-wheel drive is standard
navigation system...standard on HSE
options include bi-xenon adaptive headlamps
Kelley Blue Book
TheCarConnection.com finds so much standard equipment offered on the 2008 Land Rover LR3 that the options list doesn't seem too short.
Cars.com reports that "two [Land Rover LR3] trim levels are available: SE and step-up HSE." Some of what is optional on the former is standard on the latter.
For example, Cars.com states that a "navigation system and bi-xenon headlights are standard on [Land Rover LR3] HSE," while these are options for the SE. Kelley Blue Book details the following standard equipment for the base SE trim: "advanced four-wheel-disc braking system, power sunroof, leather seating, electronic stability control, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, Harman/Kardon stereo with CD, power driver's and passenger's seats, 18-inch alloy wheels and front, front side-impact and three-row side-curtain airbags."
Cars.com reports that "a DVD-based navigation system with offroad capability is available" in the Land Rover LR3, while ConsumerGuide notes that "heated front and rear seats are optional for all," and that "adaptive headlights are optional for HSE."
Kelley Blue Book indicates that a 2008 Land Rover LR3 "Cold Climate Package adds heated first and second-row seating, heated windshield washer jets and a heated windshield," and a "Technology Package includes DVD navigation, SIRIUS Satellite Radio and Bluetooth."
The 2008 Land Rover LR3 offers a great deal in terms of standard equipment and in available options.