2014 Land Rover Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Land Rover has had a unique way of continuously boosting its sales for the past several years, with an increase of about 40,000 vehicles sold annually through 2014. Much of that growth is likely due to the brand’s focus on making its current models the best they can be without adding too much to the mix. This year, Land Rover put most of its energy into upgrading standard features, making styling changes, and creating more powerful and efficient powertrains than ever before. The Range Rover and LR4 were two of its vehicles to get a supercharged V6 instead of the previous V8 engine to improve fuel efficiency, while the Evoque replaced its 6-speed transmission with a 9-speed automatic and enhanced its 4WD system. The model to receive the most attention was the Range Rover Sport, which got a longer body with a lighter weight, extra seating for up to 7 passengers, and a revamp for its suspension and steering.
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Research 2014 Land Rover models (5)
LR2
The 2014 Land Rover LR2 is luxurious and eye-catching on the road while still being impressively capable off the road.
$37,525
MSRP
20 MPG
COMBINED
$37,525
MSRP
20 MPG
COMBINED
LR4
Several enhancements improve the 2014 Land Rover LR4, including a revised powertrain, better technology, and redesigned exterior elements.
$50,625
MSRP
16 MPG
COMBINED
$50,625
MSRP
16 MPG
COMBINED
Range Rover
The 2014 Land Rover Range Rover has always been known for performance, but its newest version gets a revised powertrain that dominates the road.
$84,225 - $185,030
MSRP
16 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
$84,225 - $185,030
MSRP
16 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
Range Rover Evoque
The curvy 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque doesn’t look like a typical Range Rover, but it’s every bit as capable as its siblings.
$42,025 - $58,225
MSRP
25 MPG
COMBINED
$42,025 - $58,225
MSRP
25 MPG
COMBINED
Range Rover Sport
The 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport has both a smooth and energetic performance that’s sure to delight drivers on and off the road.
$63,525 - $93,325
MSRP
16 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
$63,525 - $93,325
MSRP
16 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
Land Rover has had a unique way of continuously boosting its sales for the past several years, with an increase of about 40,000 vehicles sold annually through 2014. Much of that growth is likely due to the brand’s focus on making its current models the best they can be without adding too much to the mix. This year, Land Rover put most of its energy into upgrading standard features, making styling changes, and creating more powerful and efficient powertrains than ever before. The Range Rover and LR4 were two of its vehicles to get a supercharged V6 instead of the previous V8 engine to improve fuel efficiency, while the Evoque replaced its 6-speed transmission with a 9-speed automatic and enhanced its 4WD system. The model to receive the most attention was the Range Rover Sport, which got a longer body with a lighter weight, extra seating for up to 7 passengers, and a revamp for its suspension and steering.
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