The 2022 Land Rover and Range Rover models are known for impressive off-road capability, but they are also impressive when it comes to towing. Not only do they offer impressive towing capability in every vehicle, but many new Land Rover and Range Rover models come with technology that makes towing easier.
For example, the Advanced Tow Assist system makes towing easier by ensuring optimal stability of both your vehicle and your trailer. Moreover, multiple tow bar systems are offered including electrically deployable tow bars and a multi-height system as well.
Both the Land Rover and the Range Rover SUV lineups offer a lot of power in their powertrain lineups, but that’s not the only thing that matters when towing. You also need a strong chassis, rugged suspensions, and a gearbox that can handle the added load. Because of their remarkable off-road capability, Land Rover and Range Rover vehicles are capable of handling all of the challenges associated with towing. As you look at the list below, you will surely notice that many models offer more capability than their direct competitors.
Here is an overview of the different towing capabilities of new 2022 Land Rover and Range Rover models.
- Land Rover Defender: 3,500 kg (7,720 lb)
- Land Rover Discovery: 3,720 kg (8,200 lb)
- Land Rover Discovery Sport: 2,000 kg (4,410 lb)
- Range Rover (2021 model): 3,500 kg (7,720 lb)
- Range Rover Evoque: 1,800 kg (3,970 lb)
- Range Rover Sport: 3,500 kg (7,720 lb)
- Range Rover Velar: 2,500 kg (5,510 lb)
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