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Range Rover Vogue MK4, How is it Improved from MK3?

Range Rover Vogue MK4, How is it Improved from MK3?

Comparison the New Vogue

Land Rover began its evolution from a simple drawing on the sand and gradually became a world-leading luxury SUV that offers spectacular performance both on and off-road with luxury and style. Looking back at the first Land Rover, no one in their wildest dreams would have envisioned that one-day luxury levels of this vehicle would match the brands such as Rolls Royce and Bentley.

No matter how advanced and luxurious this vehicle has become, the most noticeable achievement of the design team is that it is still unmistakably Land Rover as they never lost the basic design ques.

Stream Lined Exterior

Despite being bigger than ever, this vehicle somehow achieved the feat of being the most aerodynamic Range Rover to date. This is thanks to its floating roof design, pinched back and clamshell bonnet. A more streamlined grill also plays a vital part in better looks and more efficient aerodynamic ability. It’s lighter than its predecessor 420 Kilos to be precise thanks to its all-aluminum clamshell body. The roof supports a panoramic sunroof that makes things better.

Modern & Luxury Interior

The best thing you notice as soon as you enter the vehicle is the soft doors that close with such ease. Every new generation of Range Rover adds more luxury and refinement to the cabin space and this vehicle is no different. Materials used inside the cabin are even better quality than before and the introduction of the screen has eliminated lots of buttons in the dashboard prompting a minimalist look. A longer wheelbase means you get plenty more space both with front and back seats and there is enough space in the boot for your golf clubs.

Powerful Engines

Range Rover MK4 was furnished with 2 diesel and 2 petrol engines. The base model starts with 255 bhp TDV6. This engine is capable of hitting a top speed of 115 mph and takes 11.5 seconds to accelerate from 0-62 mph. The next diesel option is 3.0-litre SDV6 that produces 255 bhp and takes 9.3 seconds to get from 0-62 mph with a top speed of 115 mph.

In the petrol engines, there are two options as well. You can have a 3.0 L supercharged V6 that develops 335 bhp through its 6 cylinders while the other petrol engine choice includes the all-powerful 5.0-litre petrol engine that produces 503 bhp. It can accelerate from 0-62 in 5.4 seconds with a maximum top speed of 145 mph.

If your Vogue engines are giving you any problems or you need a replacement Range Rover Vogue engine, Vogue Technics can help.

How MK4 is Better than MK3 Range Rover

We would start with appearance. This newest offering is the result of 40 years of research and development on the platform of the original Range Rover. So, there is the ultimate refinement in every aspect of this vehicle apart from one. This still looks like Range Rover. The floating roof, split rear gate and the clamshell bonnet is still very much there that distinguish it from other makes and models.

A complete aluminium clamshell structure meant the new vehicle is 420 Kilo lighter. It is equivalent to at least 4 adult-sized people in the vehicle which makes it more agile and has improved acceleration. The terrain response system is fully automatic now and has increased grip and control now. This means even an inexperienced driver could now deal with difficult terrains with ease.

The introduction of optional air suspension means that now you can take your vehicle to even more odd and uneven places as you have more choice to set up desired ground clearance.

The introduction of new more powerful and more efficient engines made significant changes in the way this vehicle is perceived. Now, this vehicle is capable of rubbing shoulders with some performance vehicles despite its huge size and weight.

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