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  1. 2007 Land Rover LR3 HSE asking $5500 OBO

    The SUV is currently on its bump stops for a faulty Height Control Module ($360) and there is an issue with it continue to run (probably a fuel filter/fuel issue) with 148k miles. Truck has had lots of recent work completed (New air compressor, radiator, thermostat, brakes).  Truck comes with a versatile and top of the line Front Runner roof rack. 

    Vehicle Overview

    Seating up to seven occupants, the LR3 HSE is equipped with a Jaguar-derived 300-horsepower, 4.4-liter V-8 that's been altered to handle severe offroad conditions. Terrain Response technology has five terrain settings for on-road to extreme offroad conditions.

    Third-row seating is now standard in the HSE model, which includes a 550-watt Harman Kardon Logic7 audio system with 14 speakers.

    For 2007, leather trim, a power sunroof and a 240-watt Harman Kardon nine-speaker sound system come standard. All V-8 models are now equipped with three-row, seven-passengers seating. The driver's seat now comes with a power lumbar adjuster, and the front passenger seat comes with a one-touch power window. The turn-signal switch has a new three-flash position to facilitate easy lane changes, and a clock has been added to the driver's instrument panel. 


    The upright, angular LR3 has rectangular rear quarter windows and uses a monocoque structure. Short overhangs and a large greenhouse are familiar touches, along with a front fascia and a split tailgate that echo the company's flagship Range Rover's features. A power sunroof and separate rear glass roof panels are installed. Features adaptive headlights that turn to illuminate road curves, and a low access setting permits easier entry and exit. 


    The HSE can seat up to seven. Rear occupants enjoy stadium-style seating. The second- and third-row seats fold flat. Has a navigation system with offroad capability . A rotary switch selects from five Terrain Response settings. One is for normal driving, a second is for slippery conditions, and the remaining three are offroad settings for mud, sand and rock crawling. 
    Under the Hood
    Enlarged from a Jaguar engine, the 4.4-liter V-8 develops 300 hp and drives a six-speed automatic transmission. Permanent four-wheel drive is standard.A height-adjustable air-spring suspension is standard. 
    Antilock brakes and an electronic parking brake are installed. Side-impact airbags and side curtain airbags for the first and second rows are standard. Separate side curtains are included to protect third-row occupants.















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