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The 2009 Land Rover LR3 offers a good list of standard features, especially now that prices are lower.
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permanent four-wheel drive is standard

options include bi-xenon adaptive headlamps
Kelley Blue Book

heated front and rear seats are optional for all

Experts at TheCarConnection.com find the 2009 Land Rover LR3 to be more or less loaded with features—most of them standard.

For 2009, the Land Rover LR3 lineup has been revamped. The two-model lineup has been expanded to include three members of the family: the base, HSE, and HSE LUX.

Kelley Blue Book details the following standard equipment for the base Land Rover LR3: "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 "a DVD-based navigation system with offroad capability is available" in the Land Rover LR3, while ConsumerGuide points out "heated front and rear seats are optional for all." Cars.com states that a "navigation system and bi-xenon headlights are standard" for higher-end trims.

New for 2009 is a package that includes the third-row seat and rear climate control.


The 2009 Land Rover LR3 offers a good list of standard features, especially now that prices are lower.

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