Pricing details for the entire 2016 Range Rover lineup in the United States have been released.
Arguably of most importance in the updated range is the inclusion of a turbodiesel 3.0-litre V6 for the 2016 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. When installed with this engine, both models carry a $1500 premium over similar specced models with the standard petrol engine.
Elsewhere in the range, a more powerful version of this V6 available in the Range Rover Sport HST costs from $92,945 complete with 380 hp. If that’s not enough power, then the range-topping 5.0-litre V8 is also offered across the Range Rover lineup and when installed into the new HSE model, is priced from $104,190. Elsewhere, the most powerful car Range Rover currently offers, the Sport SVR, costs a minimum of $112,345. The range-topping SVAutobiography can easily be optioned to cost over $200,000.
As for the recently facelifted 2016 Range Rover Evoque, the four-door version will set U.S. customers back $42,470 while the coupe starts at $47,670.
Visually, the 2016 Range Rover Evoque facelift adopts a thoroughly revised front fascia yet is still instantly recognisable as an Evoque. With that in mind, new headlights have been installed incorporating an eye-catching LED daytime running light design. Additionally, a new blacked out front grille has been installed alongside different air intakes.