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Range Rover L322 Air Suspension Lift Lower Kit
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Range Rover L322 Air Suspension Lift Lowering Kit
The AIRBFT brand provides you with:Range Rover L322 Air Suspension Lift Lower Kit,We provide air suspension body lowering solutions for many acrophobia enthusiasts, as well as air suspension lifting kits for 4×4 off-road enthusiasts.
Note: A set of air suspension lifting kit includes 4 levers, which can help your Range Rover L322 air suspension lift or lower the body by 0~30mm and 0~30mm respectively.
The Range Rover is a luxury SUV owned by Land Rover. The Range Rover has been carefully designed to become a sophisticated and powerful Land Rover of all time. By adopting the latest body and chassis technology, the vehicle’s all terrain performance has been elevated to another level, whether it is the breadth and accessibility of its off-road capabilities, or the handling and comfort of the road.
The overall design still continues the classic square appearance, with the biggest advantages being spacious space, excellent handling, and fuel economy. Paired with three different engines, each has its own advantages, and overall, the power performance is abundant, improving the experience of passengers and drivers.
Due to the fact that Range Rover has already set a classic in the previous two generations and its foundation cannot be easily shaken, the body design of the third generation Range Rover continues many traditions. If you only look at the silhouette, the Range Rover is a square box with little attraction. But when the real car is in front of you, you will be attracted by many exciting details, first of all, the square headlights with a circle, then the shark like heat sink on the side, and then the crystal clear tail lights. These highlights are perfect for showcasing the value of an off-road vehicle. Do you want to see the sparkling chrome decoration on it? From the perspective of line design alone, Range Rover is really not a masterpiece, especially the tail with simple shapes and lines. During the test run, I drove the working car behind me, and the more I saw it, the more I felt it looked like an old Station wagon. Mr. Yang, the Land Rover brand manager who accompanied the test drive, said that this actually reflects a unique set of “world aesthetics” concepts of Range Rover. When designing the Range Rover, Land Rover designers particularly consider its visual effects in various environments around the world, such as in front of ancient and modern buildings, in estates of royalty, on roads, in snowy mountains, deserts, grasslands, etc., in order to ensure that the Range Rover exists harmoniously in any environment and does not conflict with the environment. From this perspective, one would agree that Range Rover has actually found a balance between tradition and modernity, technology and nature, and profound connotations suddenly emerge.
The driver’s seat of the Range Rover is very comfortable, with excellent visibility and clear visibility in all corners of the vehicle, enhancing a lot of confidence for urban driving. The seats and steering wheel are both electrically adjustable in multiple directions, with significant changes in sitting posture, which is believed to cater to any type of person. Although the car body is high, the movement of entering and exiting the carriage is relatively easy. The 4.6L V8 engine engine from BMW can get full marks for running smoothness. The running sound filtered into the engine compartment is as slight as human breathing. When accelerating, the speed will increase, which means that the breathing will be a little more serious, without any noise or roughness. In daily driving, the speed hovers around 2000 rpm. When you step on the accelerator and accelerate, the 5-speed gearbox will silently shift to a lower gear, with a slight increase in speed, and the power will be applied smoothly and with a certain degree. When pressing the accelerator sharply, you may feel a slight delay in the acceleration response of the vehicle body. On the one hand, it is due to the weight of the vehicle body, and on the other hand, the transmission system needs to ensure smooth acceleration. In short, it has sufficient force, but it emits relatively warm energy. If you continue to press the accelerator to sprint, the aftereffect can last more than 150km/h, after all, it has a displacement of 4.6 liters. Manual upshift and downshift mode response of the gearbox