Cross Country in a Range Rover 4.4 L322 vs 4.6 HSE P38a
We choose a 2006 Range Rover to go 1800 miles on i80 then 1700 on beach route 50 to i70. She purred the whole way except when “flooring” the gas to the click button, which would cause an awkward double downshift scenario. Other than that she ate up cargo and provided a safe, reliable means of first class transportation.
We took 3 days and 2 nights to go up i80 to NYC and CT via i95. It was an uneventful trip and the low ambient summer temperatures allowed the Cooper Zeon LTZ to retain almost all original tread it had before the trips.
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