2017 Range Rover


lbf/inĀ² or psi: Pounds per square inch; a US standard unit of measure for pressure.

kPa: Kilo Pascal; a metric unit of measure for pressure.

Cold tire pressure: Typically the air pressure in a tire which has been standing in excess of 3 hours, or driven for less than 1 mile.

Maximum permissible inflation pressure: The maximum pressure to which the tire should be inflated. The pressure is given on the tire sidewall, in lbf/in2 (psi) and kPa.


The pressure is the maximum allowed by the tire manufacturer. It is not the pressure recommended for use.

Curb weight: The weight of a standard vehicle, including a full tank of fuel, any optional equipment fitted, and with the correct coolant and oil levels.

Accessory weight: The combined weight (in excess of those items replaced) of items available as factory fitted equipment.

Production options weight: The combined weight of options fitted which weigh in excess of 5 lb (2.3 kg) more than the standard items that they replaced, and are not already considered in curb or accessory weights. Items such as heavy duty brakes, high capacity battery, special trim, etc.

Vehicle capacity weight: The number of seats multiplied by 150 lb (68 kg), plus the rated amount of load and luggage.

Maximum loaded vehicle weight: The sum of curb weight, accessory weight, vehicle capacity weight, plus any production option weights.

Rim: The metal support for a tire, or tire and tube, upon which the tire beads are seated.

Bead: The inner edge of a tire that is shaped to fit to the rim and form an airtight seal. The bead is constructed of steel wires which are wrapped, or reinforced, by the ply cords.

Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW): The maximum permissible weight of a vehicle with driver, passengers, load, luggage, and equipment.