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FEATURES | 9 out of 10
better controls for everything from infotainment functions to the cruise control
options include bi-xenon adaptive headlamps
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heated front and rear seats are optional for all
The list of standard features on the 2010 Land Rover LR4 includes rear parking distance control, dual-zone climate control, and a nine-speaker Harman Kardon sound system. "There's a new steering wheel with better controls for everything from infotainment functions to the cruise control," Automobile notes. Edmunds adds the standard features include "keyless push-button start" and "an electronic parking brake."
"Pricing starts at $48,100 and the LR4 can be optioned up past $63,000," Automobile explains. "The $3650 HSE package seems like a worthy upgrade as it includes heated front and rear seats, steering wheel, washer jets, as well as navigation, Bluetooth integration for cell phones, and 19-inch wheels." The HSE adds a magnificent 550-watt premium surround sound. "If you step up to the 2010 LR4 HSE, the price will be $51,750," Edmunds says, "while the 2010 LR4 HSE Lux will be $56,515."
Options include 20-inch wheels, Sirius Satellite Radio, adaptive front lighting, and a cooler box. New features include an LCD touchscreen to control audio and climate functions and iPod connectivity-it's one "of the most sophisticated thin-film displays (for onboard systems) we've seen," Popular Mechanics declares. The LR3's fussy infotainment system "has been simplified and the touch-screen is much more intuitive to operate than the old collection of buttons and dials," Automobile reports. "The new iPod interface is well-integrated and there is also an option to play music files from a USB memory stick."
The 2010 Land Rover LR4 has bested its predecessor with intuitive entertainment features and more high-tech options.