Land Rover

Land Rover launches a new Discovery for 2017, which replaces the LR4 and restores the iconic nameplate to the U.S.-spec version of the company’s large SUV. Remaining models get new InControl infotainment systems, driver assistance features, and collision avoidance technologies, as well as new paint colors choices and design packages. The Range Rover is offered in a new standard-wheelbase SVAutobiography performance model for 2017, while the Evoque lineup gains a convertible body style this year.

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2018 Land Rover Discovery

  • $52,090 - $67,490 MSRP
  • $48,965 - $63,441 Invoice
  • City 18 / Hwy 23 MPG
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2018 Land Rover Range Rover Velar

  • $49,900 - $89,300 MSRP
  • $46,906 - $83,942 Invoice
  • City 21 / Hwy 26 MPG
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2017 Land Rover Discovery

  • $49,990 - $73,950 MSRP
  • $0 - $0 Invoice
  • City 17 / Hwy 22 MPG
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2017 Land Rover Discovery Sport

2017 Land Rover Discovery Sport
  • $37,695 - $46,595 MSRP
  • $35,433 - $43,799 Invoice
  • City 20 / Hwy 25 MPG
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2017 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

2017 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
  • $41,800 - $62,500 MSRP
  • $39,292 - $58,750 Invoice
  • City 20 / Hwy 28 MPG
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