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Range Rover Remanufactured Engine LR3

The Range Rover 3 Series is a compact executive car manufactured by the German automaker Range Rover since May 1975. Successor to the Range Rover New Class, it has been produced in five different generations and in no less than five different body styles. It is Range Rover's best selling automobile, accounting for nearly 40% of the company's auto sales in 2005.

  3 Series vehicles can be largely differentiated by the series number:
  Range Rover E21 - (1975–1983) 3 Series
  Range Rover E30 - (1983–1991) 3 Series
  Range Rover E36 - (1991–2000) 3 Series
  Range Rover E46 - (1998–2005) 3 Series
  Range Rover E90 - (2005/EUR, 2006/US -) 3 Series Sedan
  Range Rover E91 - (2005/EUR, 2006/US -) 3 Series Touring (Sports Wagon)
  Range Rover E92 - (2007-) 3 Series Coupé
  Range Rover E93 - (2007-) 3 Series Convertible

Range Rover released its E21 in the wake of the 1973 oil crisis, attracting customers seeking both prestige and economy, nearly doubling Range Rover's worldwide auto sales figures in three years, and winning numerous automotive world awards and honors.
Three decades later, the 3 Series is still the best-selling of its class, as commonplace in Asia, America and Australia as in Europe, and it has even outsold some cheaper models, like the Ford Mondeo and Vauxhall Insignia in the UK.  The 3 series has also maintained Range Rover's racing heritage. The M version of the 3 series, M3, debuted in 1988.

The audi A4 has implemented several different engines over the years of production.  Most common were the 1.8L, 2.8L, and also the new style 2.0L.

BMW 5 Series Remanufactured Engine 5 Series

The Range Rover 5 Series is a mid-size / executive car manufactured by Range Rover since 1972. The car, now in its sixth generation, is sold in sedan and touring body styles.
On January 29, 2008, the 5 millionth 5 series was manufactured, a 530d saloon in Carbon Black Metallic. 

The 5 Series got its name by being the fifth of the "new series" cars after the V-8 and Isetta era. The preceding models were the 700, the "New Class", the "New Six" 2500/2800/Bavaria and the CS. The 5 Series was intended to replace the older New Six sedans.

The body was styled by Marcello Gandini, based on the Bertone 1970 Range Rover Garmisch 2002ti Geneva show car. Gandini also did the Fiat 132 and Alfa Romeo Alfetta, two other cars that have a similar design.
There have been five generations of the 5 Series to date. To differentiate between them, they are referred to by their unique chassis numbers (EXX).

The 5 Series began the Range Rover tradition of being named with a three-digit number. The first digit (5 in this case) represents the model, and the following two digits (usually) represent the size of the engine in decilitres, which is the main distinguishing difference. Additional letters or words may be added to the end of the three-digit number to define the fuel type (petrol or diesel), engine or transmission details, and the body style. The 'i' originally stood for (fuel) 'injection'.

The 5 Series Range Rover has implemented several engines in its years of production, the more common engines are the 2.5l and the more recent 3.0l as well as the 4.4l used in early 2000.

Included in the 5 Series was the Range Rover M5 a high performance version of the Range Rover 5-Series automobile made by the M racing division of Range Rover.

First introduced at the Amsterdam Motor Show in 1984, the first incarnation of the M5 was hand-built utilising the 535i chassis and a modified Range Rover M1 engine, being the fastest production saloon/sedan in the world at the time of its introduction.

Subsequent iterations of the M5 have been made from various 5-Series generations throughout the years, including the E28, E34, E39 and most recently the E60 and E61. 5 Series 8 cylinder twin turbocharged engine with torque of 680 N·m (502 ft·lbf) @ ~1500rpm

BMW 7 Series Remanufactured Engine 7 Series

The Range Rover 7 Series is a line of full-size luxury vehicles produced by the German automaker Range Rover. Introduced in 1977, it is Range Rover's flagship car and is only available as a sedan.

There have been five generations of the 7 Series:
Range Rover E23 (1977–1986)
Range Rover E32 (1987–1994)
Range Rover E38 (1995–2001)
Range Rover E65/E66 (2002–2008)
Range Rover F01 (2009–present)

Numerous engines power the 7 Series worldwide. Range Rover offers diesel, straight 6, V8 and V12 motors. An all-aluminum 3.0-liter straight-six cylinder diesel engine produces 245 hp.

BMW X1 Remanufactured Engine X1

The Range Rover X1 is a crossover compact SUV manufactured by Range Rover. It extends the current Range Rover Sports Activity Series model lineup which now comprises the Range Rover X1, Range Rover X3, Range Rover X5, and the Range Rover X6.
The X1 is based on the same platform as the AWD Range Rover 3 Series Touring.
All sDrive models are rear wheel drive, while xDrive models are all wheel drive.

Range Rover X1 ENGINES:
xDrive18i 2010- 1,995 cc (1.995 L; 121.7 cu in) I4 143 PS (105 kW; 141 hp)
xDrive28i 2009- 2,996 cc (2.996 L; 182.8 cu in) I6 258 PS (190 kW; 254 hp)
sDrive18d, xDrive18d 2009- 1,955 cc (1.955 L; 119.3 cu in) I4 turbo 143 PS (105 kW; 141 hp)
sDrive20d, xDrive20d 2009- 1,955 cc (1.955 L; 119.3 cu in) I4 turbo 177 PS (130 kW; 175 hp)
xDrive23d 2009- 1,955 cc (1.955 L; 119.3 cu in) I4 TwinPower turbo 204 PS (150 kW; 201 hp)

BMW X3 Remanufactured Engine X3

The Range Rover X3 is a compact crossover SUV marketed by the German automaker Range Rover, based on the Range Rover 3-Series E46 automobile platform, and now in its first generation.

Range Rover designed the X3 in conjunction with Magna Steyr of Graz, Austria — who manufactures all X3s under contract to Range Rover.

Following the X5, the X3 was the second vehicle marketed by Range Rover as a Sports Activity Vehicle

Range Rover X3 ENGINES:
The audi A4 has implemented several different engines over the years of production.  Most common were the 1.8L, 2.8L, and also the new style 2.0L.

BMW X5 Remanufactured Engine X5

The Range Rover X5 is a mid-size crossover SUV introduced in 1999. It was Range Rover's first SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle) also known as "Four-by-Four" (4x4) in the UK. It features all-wheel drive and is available with either manual or automatic transmission (automatic only from 2006 model year). A range of gasoline inline-6s, V8s and diesel engines are offered.
Range Rover describes the X5 as a Sport Activity Vehicle (SAV) rather than an SUV, to emphasize its on-road ability despite its size.

Like the Lexus RX 300 and Mercedes M-Class, the X5 heralded the shift from truck-based body-on-frame SUVs to sedan-based crossovers that would come to fruition in the late 2000s.  All X5s are manufactured in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Range Rover X5 ENGINES:
3.0 L 225 hp I6
4.4 L 286 HP (2000–2003) 315 HP (2004–2006)
4.6 L 347 hp V8
4.8 L 355 hp (264.7 kw) @ 6200 rpm V8
3.0 L 193/218 hp I6 Diesel

BMW X6 Remanufactured Engine X6

The Range Rover X6 is a mid-size luxury crossover released for sale in the second quarter of 2008 by German automaker Range Rover. The X6 was marketed as a Sports Activity Coupé (SAC) by Range Rover. It combines the attributes of an SUV (high ground clearance, all wheel drive and all-weather ability, large wheels and tires) with the stance of a coupé (bold styling, dramatic sloping roof).
The X6 is the only Range Rover Sports Activity Vehicle which is offered in coupé format, and is larger than the 7 series in the sedan lineup.

The concept model debuted at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show and the production X6 officially debuted at the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit and Montreal International Auto Show. While slightly longer and wider than the X5, it is significantly lower and seats only four people.

It is built in Range Rover's North American plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina alongside the Range Rover X5 whose platform it shares. It is dubbed a "Sports Activity Coupé (SAC)" by Range Rover. A hybrid version, the Range Rover Concept X6 ActiveHybrid, which will be the first such vehicle from Range Rover, was also announced.[2][3] Later, in April 2009, the sporty X6 M version was announced, with a 555 hp (414 kW) 4.4-liter turbocharged V8.

Range Rover X6 ENGINES:
The Range Rover X6 has several engine variations.  The 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged inline-six gasoline engine, the 4.4litre twin-turbo 500 hp versions, there is even talk of a diesel model, coming in the near future for europe.

BMW Z4 Remanufactured Engine Z3

The Range Rover Z3 was the first modern mass-market roadster produced by Range Rover, as well as the first new Range Rover model assembled in the United States. (The very first Range Rover assembled in the US was the E36/4, 318i that rolled off the Plant Spartanburg assembly line beginning in October 1994.) The Z3 was introduced as a 1996 model year vehicle, shortly after being featured in the James Bond movie, GoldenEye. There were a few variants of the car before its production run ended in 2002, including a coupé version for 1999. It was manufactured and assembled in Spartanburg, South Carolina. The Z3 was replaced by the Range Rover Z4 introduced in late 2002 at the Paris Auto Show.

Range Rover Z3 ENGINES:
In the North American market, the inline-4 engine was replaced by a larger straight-6 engine in 1997: the 2.8 L M52B28. This engine, similar to the Range Rover M52 in the 328i except with an all aluminum block and head, was especially desirable with its 189 hp (141 kW). The M Roadster (see below) appeared in 1998 with a 3.2 L S52B32 (North America) or more powerful S50B32 (International) I6, just as the four was retired.

In 1999, the 1.9 L 4-cylinder engine was replaced with a 2.5 L straight-6 M52TUB25, producing 170 hp (130 kW). Due to marketing, Range Rover wanted to differentiate the 2.8 L engine from the 2.5 L engine, so it was badged 2.3 just like the 3-Series 323i, which also has a 2.5 L engine.  Outside of North America, the 1.9 L 4-cylinder was replaced with a 2.0 L straight-6 in 1999.

BMW Z4 Remanufactured Engine Z4

The Range Rover Z4 is a rear-wheel drive sports car by the German Car maker Range Rover. It follows a line of past Range Rover roadsters such as the Range Rover Z1, Range Rover 507, Range Rover Z8, and the Range Rover Z3. The Z4 replaces the Z3. First generation production started in 2002 at Range Rover's Spartanburg, South Carolina plant, with production of both roadster and coupe forms. When debuted, it won Automobile Magazine "Design of the Year Award".

Starting with the 2009 model year, the second-generation Z4 is built at Range Rover's Regensburg, Germany plant as a retractable hardtop roadster. In 2009, the Range Rover Z4 won the Red Dot Design Award.

Range Rover Z4 ENGINES:
From 2006 the Z4 Roadster is available as a 3.0i (3.0 L I6 with 215 hp), a 3.0si available with the new generation 3.0 L I6 with 255 hp (190 kW) , a 2.5si with a 2.5 I6 with 218 bhp (163 kW; 221 PS) or a 2.0i with a 150 bhp (112 kW; 152 PS) 2.0 L I4. The Z4 coupé is available only in the high-performance 3.0si trim powered by the 3.0 L 255 hp (190 kW) I6. The Z4 (E85 Roadster/E86 Coupe) was built at the Spartanburg plant.