Land Rover SUVs do More Than Just Look Good. Learn More About Their Towing Capacities.

One of the best parts of owning a Land Rover is showing off the many performance capabilities. While most luxury SUVs are gorgeous, few have the pedigree that's in every Land Rover model's DNA. These handsome vehicles are more than happy to go off on adventures with you, and back that spirit up with towing capacities that put class rivals to shame.

You see, we're blessed here in Knoxville. With some much natural beauty around us, it's a given that we want to get outside and explore whenever we get a chance. But that last thing you want to do is overwork your SUV's engine, brakes, and suspension -- especially if you're pulling a boat on a steep mountain road. That's why it's essential to know what your Land Rover is capable of towing and make sure to stay within the proper parameters.

You, your passengers, and others on the road will appreciate the fact that you're considering everyone's safety by sticking within limits. Plus, you'll keep your Land Rover on the road, where it belongs, rather than running the risk of blowing up your engine or experiencing catastrophic brake failure.

Here are each Land Rover SUV's max towing capabilities for the 2018 model year:

  • Land Rover Discovery: 7,716 pounds
  • Range Rover: 7,716 pounds
  • Range Rover Sport: 7,716 pounds
  • Range Rover Velar: 5,291 pounds
  • Land Rover Discovery Sport: 4,409 pounds
  • Range Rover Evoque: 3,968 pounds

If you'd like to take a closer look at our inventory of new Land Rover and Range Rover models, visit our Knoxville showroom at 10215 Parkside Drive. We look forward to assisting you!

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