2019 Highlander – Toyota Highlander Hybrid Review CarGurus The Selection 2019 Highlander is expected in Australia in May, and it uses the Selection Rover flagship’s cause with the option of a plug-in hybrid drivetrain to be provided along side petrol and diesel variants.
But it all comes at a cost. The entry-level SD4 S diesel, for example, increases in price by $4200 to $95,100 plus on-road costs.
The facelifted 2018 Range Rover Sport range has been step-by-step for Australia in front of an April 2018 arrival, including the story of a new plug-in cross (PHEV) variant.
Today charged from $95,100 plus on-road costs (+$4200), the MY18 Range Rover Sport gets an array of cosmetic and engineering improvements, taking it in line with the recently-launched Velar.
Headlining the aesthetic improvements contain new, slim LED headlights that have a squarer LED daytime-running gentle trademark first seen on the Velar, while the front and rear bumpers have also been modified to provide a more running stance.
New for 2018 is the availability of the Carbon Fibre External Package, offered across the range with carbon-fibre cuts to the grille, fender ports, bonnet ports, door mirrors and tailgate finisher. The MY18 Range RoverGame also gets a fresh colour choice, Byron Blue.
There’s four possibilities of LED headlights available on the brand new Range Rover Game; Advanced, Matrix, Pixel, and Pixel-Laser, while new LED ‘significant’indications are equipped in front and rear.
Fitted as standard may be the Premium LED headlight, consisting of 24 LEDs with daytime-running lights and recommended auto high beam. Next may be the Matrix LED deal, which bumps the light rely to 52 and splits the column in to vertical pieces that can be controlled individually.