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    Spy Shots: Next-gen Land Rover LR2 spotted... unless it's the LWB Evoque
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    The spy photographers we work with are fairly adept at figuring out what it is, exactly, they happen to be taking a picture of that day. So, when the shooters send notes along with their images, we don't often quibble too much with the conclusions that they've drawn. Case in point is this new ...

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    First Drive: 2013 Land Rover LR2
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    Evoque's Older Brother Gets Some Love The origins of brands like Jeep, Land Rover and General Motors' now-defunct Hummer all come from rich military backgrounds, with their forebearers having proven their ability to tackle just about any terrain, from desert to jungle. Each has faced the ...

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    Official: Land Rover LR2 gets updated look, turbo four power for 2013
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    Land Rover is being liberal with its amenities, distributing luxe features from its Range Rover Evoque, 2013 Range Rover and Jaguar sedans to its entry-level 2013 LR2. Right out front is a new engine: the same 240-horsepower, 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder with 250 pound-feet of torque ...

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    Rumormill: Land Rover mulling sub-LR2 "leisure" model
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    Land Rover has made no secret of the fact that the company aims to flesh out its stable between now and 2017 with the addition of around 40 new model variants. Now Inside Line has given us the first hint of what the first of those models may bring to the table. According to reports, the company ...

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    Land Rover dumping alphanumeric names
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    According to a new report, Land Rover will soon adopt a global naming structure that allows the company's products to carry the same nomenclature around the world. Currently, Land Rover sells the LR4 and LR2 here in Canada, but overseas, these vehicles are better known as the Discovery and ...

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    Review: 2009 Land Rover LR2
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    Good Enough to Trek into 2010 Unchanged It's always interesting to evaluate the latest version of an import vehicle on familiar roads, but it's better still to give one a thorough shakedown in the land of its creation. That's what I did recently when I spent two and a half weeks touring England ...

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