The 2017 Range Rover is getting a mild facelift.
Land Rover has been spied testing the facelifted Range Rover, featuring an updated front fascia with a sportier bumper and honeycomb grille. The changes don’t appear to be major, and for now, the rear seems to be the same as the current model.
For the 2016 model year, the Range Rover SUV received minor updates including a new diesel engine and a power bump on the base gasoline V6 engine. That means the 2016 Range Rover HSE with its 3.0-liter supercharged V6 provides 380 horsepower, while the base model still makes 340 hp.
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Considering the engines just got updated for this year, it is unlikely that Range Rover will update them again in time for the facelift.
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