Compared with the rest of the Land Rover line, the LR4 is looking a bit dated. The ride is supple but can get unsettled. Handling, though ultimately secure, is not a strong suit. The LR4 leans and lumbers when hustled through corners. A 3.0-liter supercharged V6 and eight-speed automatic are standard. The roomy cabin is comfortable, quiet, and luxuriously appointed, but some controls are confusing. The third-row seat is usable by adults, and cargo capacity is generous, but the two-piece tailgate is fussy to use. Off-road capabilities are top-notch, in part because of the height-adjustable suspension and electronic adjustments for various terrain types. A redesign, named the Discovery, arrives in 2017.