During December of 2012, the 2013 Range Rover went on sale and now most Land Rover dealerships in the country are sold out of the new SUV until the summer.
Land Rover dealers were told at the National Automobile Dealers Association Convention that the British automaker is trying to get as many Range Rovers to America as possible, but demand is tight worldwide. According to executive vice president of operations at Jaguar Land Rover North America, Chris Marchand, “the vehicle sold out for six months to a year.”
Due to the limited supply for the 2013 Range Rover, Land Rover has decided to not bring the base model to the U.S. As a substitute, Americans’ entry level model will be the HSE which starts at $88,545 including destination fee. The HSE comes with a panoramic roof, 20-inch wheels and tires, and a premium stereo system.