Land Rover Car Engine::> New and Used HSE engines, 4X4, Freelander
Land Rover is a British all-terrain 4x4 vehicle with advanced engines
used, reconditioned or secondhand they are available at enginesandgearboxes.co.uk.
Range Rover EnginesThe Range Rover Sport Supercharged
V8 engine. The powerful Supercharged 4.2 litre V8 287Kw engine makes the landrover
Range Rover Sport Supercharged a high-performance vehicle that´s extremely rewarding
to drive. Over 80% of the Torque is delivered between 1,500rpm and 3,500rpm for
a broad spread of power and quick, responsive acceleration on demand. Electronically
limited to a top speed of 225kph, the Supercharged V8 delivers comparable performance
to a V10 or V12 but is more economical and compact.
The Range Rover Sport HSE, Naturally
aspirated V8. The naturally aspirated 4.4 litre V8 220Kw engine delivers smooth,
refined power and offers exceptional performance in town or on the open road. Aluminium
cylinder blocks and heads, and a widespread use of alloy make it one of the lightest
V8s in the world. Like all Land Rover engines, the V8 is modified to allow the vehicle
to wade in mud and climb or descend gradients of extraordinary steepness.
The Range Rover Discovery Series I,
II, and III, the current Discovery Series III is marketed in North America as the
LR3. . Pre-1994 series l, the Discovery was available with either the 2.5 litre
200 Tdi engine or the 3.5L Rover V8. Early V8s used a twin SU carburettor system,
moving over to Lucas fuel injection in 1990. In the UK, V8 models are comparatively
rare, the majority of Discovery owners preferring the more economical diesel engines.
Series II, Changes to the diesel engined models saw the 2495cc Td5 (in-line direct-injected
5 cylinder) engine introduced, in line with the updated Defender models. This electronically
managed engine was smoother, producing more usable torque at lower revs than its
300 Tdi predecessor. The V8 petrol version was increased to 4.0 litres. Series III
/ LR3, the engines used were all taken from Land Rover's sister company, Jaguar.
A 2.7-litre, 195 horsepower (145 kW) V6 diesel engine (the TdV6) was intended to
be the biggest seller in Europe. For the US-market and as the high-performance option
elsewhere, a 4.4 litre petrol V8 of 300 horsepower (223 kW) was chosen. A 216 horsepower
4.0-litre V6 petrol engine taken from the Ford stable was available in the USA and
The Range Rover Freelander recently
re-named the Land Rover LR2. It rapidly became the best selling compact 4x4 in Europe,
out selling the BMW X3, as well as many other small "off-roaders. Engine choices
1.8-litre Rover K-Series petrol (1997-2006),
badged as '1.8i'
2.0-litre Rover L-series diesel (1997-2001), badged as 'Di'
2.0-litre BMW TD4 diesel (2001-2006), badged as 'TD4'
2.5-litre Rover KV6 petrol (2001-2006), badged as 'V6'
The Range Rover Series I, II, and III,
Ninety, One Ten, 127, and Defender are off-road vehicles.
Newer models have a choice of advanced 2.7 litre TDV6
common-rail diesel developing 140kW, or a refined 4.4 litre 220kW V8 petrol engine.
The Range Rover Classic, the earlier
engines were originally a detuned (135 bhp) version of the legendary Buick-derived
3528 cc Rover V8 engine. The Range Rover Classic today the venerable Rover engine
was stroked to 4.2 litres (4197 cc), coinciding with the introduction of the luxurious
LSE model. Conversions to make the engine run on LPG are common to reduce fuel costs,
as are conversions to diesel engines (especially Land Rover's own Tdi engine as
fitted to late Classics).