Land Rover Range Rover III 4.4i V8 32V 286hp

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Land Rover Range Rover III 4.4i V8 32V 286hp review

Land Rover Range Rover combines glossy British design and finishing materials of superior quality and innovative systems improve comfort with a really high cross. A sense of novelty is created by futuristic bi xenon headlights of multi reflex type. Dynamic stabilization system of the DCS motion and proprietary system are the so-called controlled shutter (HDC). More specs and user manual for Range Rover III you can see in next overview.

Land Rover Range Rover III 4.4i V8 32V 286hp

Land Rover Range Rover III 4.4i V8 32V 286hp specifications

General information
Model: Land Rover Range Rover III
Year of release: 2001 - present
Body type: cross
Doors: 5
Seats: 5
Curb weight: 2510 kg.
Gross weight: 3050 kg.
The volume of the luggage min/max: 535 l/1755 l.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 4398ccm
Power: 286hp @ 5400rpm
Maximum torque: 440Nm @ 3600 rpm
Nutrition Distributed injection
Location Front, longitudinally
Gas mechanism: OHC
Location/number of cylinders: V8
Bore x stroke: 92 mm x 82.7 mm
4 valves per cylinder
Compression ratio 10
Length: 4950 mm
Width: 1955 mm
Height: 1860 mm
Wheelbase: 2880 mm
Track front/rear: 1630mm/1625mm
Front pneumatic elastic elements
Rear pneumatic elastic elements
Size of tires 255/60 R18

Steering
Type of Gear-rack
The minimum diameter of 9.9 meters turn
Power Amplifier

Transmission type
Drive Full standing
Number of transmissions (automatic. box) 5
Ratio main pair 3.73
Front ventilated disc
Rear Disc
ABS

Fuel consumption
Urban cycle l. 100 km. 22.2 liters.
Extra-urban cycle l. 100 km. 12.6 liters.
Mixed cycle l. 100 km. 16.2 liters.
Fuel tank capacity 100 liters.

Dynamic performance
Maximum speed: 208 km/h
Acceleration time from their seats to 100 km/h in 9.2sec.

Land Rover Range Rover III 4.4i V8 32V 286hp
Land Rover Range Rover III 4.4i V8 32V 286hp

 
 
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