SANTA BARBARA, CA – However you say it – al-LOO-min-um or al-lyoo-MIN-ium –there’s more of it in ’03 Range Rover. Ironically, Land Rover’s flagship weighs 419 lbs. (190 kg) more than its predecessor – 5,379 lbs. (2,440 kg) to 4,960 lbs. (2,780 kg). The all-new Range Rover is comprised of several large aluminum structural components. The hike largely is prompted by the redesigned SUV’s wider stance, longer profile and taller posture. These dimensions were changed as Land Rover ...
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