Recently, pricing information for 2018 Range Rover Velar has been made available. It may not be the exact figures, however, it gives everyone a good idea of its range. Is it too steep or has it been made more affordable? Well, it depends on how one sees it.
Our folks from the Land Down Under recently has been somehow blessed with a supposed full Australian pricing. This has recently surfaced according to Car Advice. Many Range Rover enthusiasts may find this information helpful to prepare their finances in time for the Velar's launch by the end of the year.
Jaguar Land Rover's Australian firm has provided a price range between $70,300 and $135,400 before on-road costs and depending on the model selected. Other pricing details also surfaced.
Upon launch, buyers are presented with a First Edition model, which is priced at $168,250 in diesel and slightly steeper for petrol at $169,150. The next step is to most likely convert AUD to local currency, do a little math, and Voila! That should be the price range in any other international location.
The new Range Rover Velar does boast of striking proportions. It has foil stamped grille, which gives the Velar's front panel a much-needed commanding presence. Its infotainment system is also beefed up as it has Land Rover InControl Touch Pro Duo. It has 10-inch high-definition touchscreens. It can be used with full-color Head-Up Display and optional Interactive Driver Display.
The 2018 Range Rover Velar uses the same aluminum chassis of the Jaguar F-Pace. However, these two are completely different. The Velar possesses a good mix of current Range Rover design with extras such as deployable door handles and copper detailing on the hood vents.
The 2018 Range Rover Velar's ground clearance is 9.88-icnhes with optional air suspension. It has 25.59-inches water wading capacity. So what does this mean? Planning on to take the Velar to some serious off-roading? That should be a good idea!