Land Rover leaves no backside uncoddled, even in its least expensive vehicle, the LR2. Just as it has since its introduction in the 2008 model year, the LR2 gets many of the same luxury features and options you'll find in the uber-expensive Range Rover, with the predictable effect on the pint-sized LR2's sticker price.
The standard-equipment list for the LR2 includes all the luxury-crossover usuals, like power windows, locks and mirrors; leather upholsterly; automatic climate control; xenon headlamps; and an AM/FM/CD/MP3 player with an auxiliary port.
Some of the options will strike drivers as necessary--features like satellite radio and a USB port. Others are a la carte, and are priced accordingly. There's a panoramic sunroof that doesn't rob too much headroom, and a navigation system with a large LCD display and more intuitive operation than, say, the units in sister brand Jaguar's vehicles. Other options include Bluetooth; a CD changer (yes, hanging in there); a heated windshield and heated mirrors; 19-inch wheels; and a garage door opener.