1994 Range Rover Model
1992 Model Year Statistics
Chassis & Suspension Changes
Photo: Matthew Stein's 1994 County LWB with factory expedition roof rack and aftermarket brush bars.
1994 Model Year Statistics
Number built 5,790 U.S. (17,090
First 1994 built June 22, 1993 (Production of the County SWB stopped in early 1994 and resumed when it was renamed the 1995 County Classic in October 1994)
Last 8 digits of first 1994 U.S. Spec. Range Rover VIN RA640226
Base Price $47,525 (Base Model now a SWB County)
Other costs were Inland Transportation $625 and the California Emissions charge introduced in 1993 for $100
Curb Weight 4,401 lbs. SWB 4,574 lbs. LWB
Gross Vehicle Weight 6019 lbs. (SWB and LWB)
Photo at left: 1994 LWB Rear Legroom (Photo by owner Mark Chisolm)
Fuel tank is increased to 23.4 gallons.
EPA 12 mpg city, 15 mpg highway 3.9L
EPA 13 mpg city, 16 mpg highway 4.2L
Chassis and Suspension Changes:
Air Suspension on all County SWB and County LWB models this year. It was improved with calibration changes.
SWB County has silver "Sparkle Silver Finish" TWR five spoke wheels first seen on the 1993 County Sport
LWB County has pewter "Quicksilver Finish" five spoke Cyclone wheels
Available County SWB Model Paint Colors: Alpine White, Beluga Black Clear Coat (416), British Racing Green, (Conniston Green may also have been available) and Carmen Red Pearl.
Available County LWB Model Paint Colors: Alpine White, Beluga Black Clear Coat (416), Brooklands Green, Cornish Cream, Montpellier, Mosswood, and Plymouth Blue.
New plastic rear wiper
Black plastic trim piece below the tailgate on the rear bumper smaller
Plug in trailer receiver now says "Land Rover" (1987-1993 it said "Range Rover")
Wheel center caps now say "Land Rover" (1987-1993 they say "Range Rover")
All wheel center caps are now silver to match the wheels
The LWB letters no longer have the black outline
Photo: Rear view of Matthew Stein's 1994 LWB, showing modified lettering.
Available County SWB Model Interior Color: All County SWB
models had Sorrell Beige (BJ) Connolly leather (in a color lighter than
last years Sorrell Tan)
Available County LWB Model Interior Colors: Sorrell Beige (BJ) Connolly leather (with Alpine White, Mosswood, and Plymouth Blue paint), Dark Sable Connolly leather (with Beluga Black and Montpellier paint) and Light Stone Connolly leather (with Brooklands Green and Cornish Cream paint)
Rear cigarette lighter was deleted
Both County and County LWB have burl walnut wood trim, including a wood insert on the top of the transmission and transfer case shift levers.
Black plastic door sill plates replaces aluminum
Upholstery no longer attached to the seats with staples, and extra insulation added.
The standard alarm/keyless entry system was revised.
Photo: Matthew Stein's 1994 County LWB driver's view showing wood inserts in top of transmission and transfer case shift levers. The latter were introduced on some 93 examples and were standard in 94.
Like 1993 this was the base model this year.
Priced at $3,300 above base model
Chrome bumpers (County SWB had black painted bumpers this year), dual preset memory on drivers seat and mirrors, burl walnut on shift handles, additional storage pockets
Discovery (base price $30,725) brought to the United States for the first time this year.
Defender 90 (base price $28,495) was also available for the first time, the first North American Spec. (NAS) D90 was sold October 1, 1993
BMW announces purchase of Land Rover from British Aerospace on January 31st.
County SWB not imported from March 1994-January 1995 (when it returned as the "County Classic")
The 1995 model County LWB and Discovery were introduced in March 1994
Land Rover completed a new $107 million assembly line for the new Range Rover on the Solihull site.
The all new Range Rover P38a went on sale in Europe this year as a 1995