2013 Range Rover: Everything you ever wanted to know

( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new 2013 Range Rover has been significantly improved in almost every way. The fourth generation of the iconic Range Rover is 700 pounds lighter than the previous model and use aluminum in almost every part of the car. There is also a new automatic terrain response system as well as a new 28 speaker stereo. In this TFLcar video we take an in depth look into what Range Rover did to make the 2013 Range Rover better. We also show you the car's new all-wheel-drive system and what Range Rover says makes it better than competing cars in the same class. If you are thinking about purchasing the new 2013 Range Rover this TFLcar video will tell you many of the key things that you may want to know before purchasing the car.

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