The New 2010 2011 Land Rover LR2 : Reviews and Specs

The New Land Rover LR2 : Reviews and Specs

The New Land Rover LR2 : Reviews and Specs




The 2010 LR2 is a 4-door, 5-passenger luxury sport-utility, available in one trim only, the HSE. Upon... read more introduction, the LR2 is equipped with a standard 3.2-liter, I6, 230-horsepower engine that achieves 15-mpg in the city and 22-mpg on the highway. A 6-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard. Many factory defects. 3 massive recalls within 2 years. The last recall was just few days ago and it includes 2008/2009/and 2010 models as well. Unreliable on the snow. Serious problems with brakes when you switch to the snow system.You have to leave a long safety distance on the taraffic lights becuase you may hit the car in front of you. I am so serious just try yourself and see, the brakes are completely unreliable. The worst dealers ever. Land Rover North America has the worst customer service ever. They took my car back to fix a serious problem in the transmision ( I can fax the report to any one who is interested) they kept the car for 14 days and refused to give me a car to drive while repairing my car. If the lights on the dash board truned off by itself( again by itself) while driving during the night do not get panic as it seems it is normal thing in LR2 !!!! If you could not take the electronic key out, again please do not worry, just call them. They will come and take your car again and again and keeps it for 2 days before they tell you that they reinstalled the software in the electronic key.....nothing serious!!!!You can guess why Land Rover is still losing money. Their sales dropped 52% during the last few months and the company lost 69 million dollars during the last quarter of 2009. It is true, just google it. It is expected with such horrible customer service and trash carsThe New Land Rover LR2 : Reviews and Specs

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