So we got a 2016 Land Rover LR4 Landmark Edition
This is it. This is the last of the boxy Land Rovers. The next-gen model will look like a bloated Discovery Sport (although maybe its styling will look better once the prototype’s camo comes off). The LR4 has reached the end of the line, and this is our final hurrah with it.
The distinctive upright styling is so unmistakable that Land Rover kept the model looking almost exactly the same for more than a decade.
Inside, it’s starting to look dated, but still gives off a vibe that reminded us of our older-gen Range Rover.
Even with some serious mechanical upgrades involving the drivetrain, the LR4 was indeed getting long in the tooth. But if you still want one, this is as good as it gets after a decade of refinements. More on that in the full review.