The Canadian Black Book today announced the Land Rover LR4 is the winner of its "Best Retained Value Award" in the Mid-size Luxury SUV category.
The awards are honoring the 2010 model-year vehicles in each category retaining the highest percentage of their original manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) over the past four years.
"We are thrilled to achieve this accolade from the Canadian Black Book Retained Value Awards," said Lindsay Duffield, President, Jaguar Land Rover Canada. "Land Rovers are distinguished by the combination of quality, luxury, breadth of capabilities and of course, value and it is an honour to have the LR4 stand out in these awards."
The Canadian Black Book “Best Retained Value Awards” were introduced in 2006. Retained value is a strong indicator for how a vehicle may perform in the future. For consumers, selecting a vehicle with a high retained value (lower depreciation rate) will reduce their overall cost-of-ownership.
The Land Rover LR4 is a luxurious all-purpose, all-terrain SUV with exceptional on-road comfort coupled with rugged off-road capability and available three-row seating for seven adults.
In conjunction with its North American debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Land Rover Canada today announced MSRP for the new Discovery Sport is $41,490.
Jaguar Land Rover, the UK’s leading manufacturer of premium vehicles showcased its breakthrough Land Rover Discovery Sport and Jaguar XE models today at the Paris Auto Show.
Land Rover Discovery Sport was dramatically unveiled on an 263-foot barge on the River Seine in central Paris
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