2005 Land Rover LR3 - Off-Road Test
Is The New Land Rover Worthy Of The Name?
Photography by Nick Dimbleby and Courtesy of Land Rover North America
Final drive ratio: 3.73:1
Brakes: power-assisted four-wheel ventilated disc brakes with four-channel all-terrain ABS; Emergency Brake Assist (EBA); Cornering Brake Control (CBC); Active Roll Mitigation (ARM); all-terrain Dynamic Stability Control (DSC); Hill Descent Control (HDC)
Wheels: 18x8-inch aluminum alloys on SE model; 19x8-inch alloys on HSE
Tires: 255/60HR18 mud/snow radials on SE; 255/55R19 on HSE
Steering: power-assisted rack-and-pinion; turns lock-to-lock: 3.32; turning circle of 37.6 feet
Overall length: 190.9 inchesOverall width: 75.4 inchesOverall height: 74.1 inchesWheelbase: 113.6 inchesTrack (front/rear): 63.2/63.5 inches
Ground clearance: 7.3-inch underbody, standard mode; 10.6 inches under rear axle in off-road modeAngle of approach: 32.2-37.2 degrees (in off-road mode)Angle of departure: 24.9-29.6 degrees (in off-road mode)Ramp breakover angle: 22.8-27.9 degrees (in off-road mode)Maximum side slope: 35 degrees (continuous)Maximum fording depth: 27.6 inches (in off-road mode)
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