Land Rover LR2 is a Genuine Off-roader

Off-Road

The 2010 Land Rover LR2 is definitely the smallest and least expensive model that Land Rover has to model. The 2010 LR 2 comes with standard all-wheel drive and is one of the few luxury vehicles in this class for buyers with a sense of adventure. The LR2's Terrain Response system and good ground clearance make it ideal for off-road riding as well as on-pavement driving.

The downside to the 2010 Land Rover LR2 is its extremely poor fuel economy rating. With a 15/22 mpg city/highway base fuel economy rating, the lowest in its class. The LR2's competitor, the Acura RDX, may be a better buy at $3,000 less and higher EPA rating. Nonetheless, the LR2 remains one of Land Rover's best for the adventurous types that also don't mind hitting the wallet.

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