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FEATURES | 8 out of 10
power front seats, leather seating, and a sunroof are all standard
Car and Driver
The climate controls are low-set but easy enough to operate
the list of LR2 factory extras is decidedly brief
Kelley Blue Book
The 2013 Land Rover LR2 comes trimmed in three models: the $37,250 base edition, the $39,750 HSE, and the $42,350 HSE LUX. Each one's outfitted with the luxury gear you'd expect from the brand, but this year the LR2 gets better at entertaining and informing drivers with new standard equipment.
Each version comes with the usual power windows, locks, and mirrors; power front seats; automatic climate control; dual sunroofs; and leather upholstery. Keyless pushbutton start and Bluetooth are now standard as well.An AM/FM/CD/MP3 player with hard-drive music storage, satellite radio pre-wiring and a USB port is included, and this year the LR2 switches over to Meridian audio systems. The base unit is a 380-watt system with 11 speakers, with the upgraded version moving to 17 speakers and 825 watts of output. It's controlled via dash buttons, via steering-wheel buttons, and via a new 7-inch touchscreen integrated well into the dash. Voice controls can run some secondary systems as well. A separate 5-inch screen between the gauges displays more of the same information.
Other features are bundled into the higher-priced models, while some are available a la carte, and are priced accordingly. There's a navigation system with a large LCD display and more intuitive operation than before; it displays the output from a new rearview camera, both standard on the HSE model, and it now includes route planning for efficiency and lane guidance. The HSE also adds heated front seats and steering wheel, and premium leather and carpeting.
Meridian audio and an improved navigation system are new to the LR2 for 2013.