As the replacement for the Land Rover Discovery in 2005, the LR3 debuted with its predecessor’s off-road abilities but with more amenities that make the daily drive a bit more enjoyable. In our 2007 LR3 tester, the three sunroofs, built-in fridge in the center armrest, independent audio controls/headphone jacks for the 2nd and 3rd row outboard seating, and adjustable air suspension made this SUV perfect for taking the family out on the road less traveled.
However, while the price does not cause sticker shock, starting at $52,235 and reaching $56,100 when generously equipped, the numerous trips to the gas station for premium fuel may begin to wear on you because the LR3 only averages 12 mpg city and 18 mpg on the highway.
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