By Jennifer Geiger on September 13, 2012
Land Rover's biggest SUV is all-new for 2013. Along with getting updated styling, a lightweight aluminum exterior and a new eight-speed automatic transmission, the Range Rover also gets more expensive: the 2013 model sees a $3,200 price hike.
The fourth-generation Range Rover will start at $83,500, including destination. Top-of-the-line Autobiography models will start at $130,950.
Aside from its new look, the lighter, more fuel-efficient Range Rover gets a re-engineered air suspension and Land Rover's newer Terrain Response adaptive suspension system.
The new Range Rover will arrive at U.S. dealerships this winter and also will be sold in 170 markets worldwide.
Assistant Managing Editor Jennifer Geiger is a reviewer, car-seat technician and mom of three. She wears a lot of hats, many of them while driving a minivan. Email Jennifer