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Landwind 5 – the Best SUV for an Outdoor Adventure

There is a lot to recommend the Landwind 5 as the best SUV for an outdoor adventure, like its stylish appearance, raised ride height, modern drivetrain, or luxury features.

But if you take it for a test drive, you will see that there is more to it than that. In fact, you are most likely to be surprised at how we are able to offer you so much comfort and style at such an affordable price. Now you can chase your adventures with a brand-new SUV at a price you can actually afford.

 

Everything You Need; Nothing You Don’t

What makes many SUVs too expensive is that they offer far more than you need. Nowadays, people use SUVs for the school and work commute, to go shopping, and to cruise down to the coast for a holiday. These people want the comfort and handling of a car, but with the raised ride height of an SUV. They have little interest in hauling an off-road trailer over an axle-twisting off-road trail or driving up extinct volcanoes in central Africa.

All they want is the best SUV for their type of outdoor adventures, which is to take both the daily city grind and a treacherous dirt road in its stride from a raised vantage point. That is what makes the Landwind 5 arguably the best SUV in its class for an outdoor adventure where you just want to do normal outdoorsy things as a family. You don’t need a heavy 4×4 drivetrain, transfer case, locking differentials, and dual-range transmission for that. You need a powerful engine and 4×2 transmission in a trendy SUV package at a great price, and this is exactly what the Landwind 5 is.

 

Three Models and Two Trim Levels

The Lux is offered with either a 6-speed manual or 8-speed automatic transmission and the Flagship with the automatic only. The Lux is amply equipped with air-conditioning, powered windows and mirrors, a 4-speaker, single-disc CD/MP3 player with AUX port, 17-inch alloys, and a power socket in the boot. Safety equipment includes ABS brakes with EBD, dual airbags, an automatic window closer, and park-distance control. The Flagship adds to these features leather trim, electrically adjustable front seats, an upgraded 6-speaker audio system, electrically folding side mirrors, an electric sunroof, cruise control, and a leather-bound, multi-function steering wheel. It adds side airbags and electronic stability programme to the safety specification as well.

All of this at a price of a rival SUV that is one size class below the Landwind 5. In terms of value for money, style, and luxury, that surely makes it the best SUV for your outdoor adventure too.

 

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