2013 Land Rover LR2 Review Summaries
What reviewers liked most about the Land Rover LR2
the LR2 successfully traversed the prescribed course, the things the little ute achieved were nonetheless quite impressive -- climbing steep, muddy hills; crawling over tall, wheel-lifting, body-twisting mounds; swimming through ice-cold water slightly deeper than the floorboards; dropping confidently down roller-coaster-like grades at the brim of a sand/gravel pit (thanks, Hill Descent Control); and blasting down saturated dirt roads.- Automobile
What reviewers liked least about the Land Rover LR2
There is one complaint to lodge, and that's with the LR2's steering. It's completely devoid of feel or feedback- Motor Trend
Land Rover LR2 Comparisons
It's no sportier than competitors such as the Audi Q5, the BMW X3, and the Mercedes-Benz GLK -- in other words, it's clearly no sports car- Automobile
Best one-liner about the Land Rover LR2
A storm rolled in as we made our way from Montreal to Mont-Tremblant, providing us the opportunity to see how well the LR2 handled snowy pavement. The answer: quite well, even on twisty back roads.- Motor Trend
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