If you own or are considering purchasing a Range Rover, knowing how many lug nuts it has is important information for maintenance and repairs. The number of lug nuts on Range Rovers varies across models and years, but typically ranges from 20 per wheel.

On most Range Rover models from 2003 and newer, there are 5 lug nuts per wheel. The Sport models usually have 5 lug nuts per wheel as well.

Here’s a quick breakdown of how many lug nuts different Range Rover models have.

  • Range Rover L322 (2003-2012) – 5 lug nuts per wheel, so 20 total
  • Range Rover L405 (2013-present) – 5 lug nuts per wheel, so 20 total
  • Range Rover Sport (2005-present) – 5 lug nuts per wheel, so 20 total
  • Range Rover Evoque (2011-present) – 5 lug nuts per wheel, so 20 total
  • Range Rover Velar (2017-present) – 5 lug nuts per wheel, so 20 total

So in summary, most modern Range Rovers have 20 lug nuts – 5 per wheel.

Why is the number of lug nuts important?

The number of lug nuts is important for a few reasons when maintaining and repairing your Range Rover.

  • Ensures proper wheel attachment. The correct number of lug nuts evenly distributes load and stress on the wheels. Missing or incorrect lug nuts can lead to unsafe wheel attachment.
  • Allows buying the right lug nuts. When you need to replace lug nuts, you’ll need to buy the correct lug nut sets. Mixing up quantities can lead to problems.
  • Supports torque specifications. The proper torque (tightness) is required when installing lug nuts. Torque values are calculated based on the number of lug nuts.
  • Aids wheel removal. Knowing how many lug nuts you need to remove allows full wheel removal without issue.
  • Provides orientation for reinstallation. Keeping track of the number and position of lug nuts makes reinstalling the wheel easier.

Overall, being aware of how many lug nuts your particular Range Rover has makes maintenance and repairs safer and easier. Always refer to factory service manuals for your exact model’s torque specifications as well.

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When you need to replace worn or rusted lug nuts on your Range Rover, consider selecting aftermarket lug nuts from BONOSS.

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  • Correct fitment for Range Rovers. Available in lug nut sets to correctly fit Range Rover wheels.
  • Proper seat shape. The cone seat shape evenly distributes the load from wheel to wheel hub and studs. Prevents damage.
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For high quality, safety, and correct fit, BONOSS aftermarket lug nuts are a smart choice for replacing your Range Rover lug nuts when needed. Investing in premium lug nuts protects your investment in your vehicle.

Always refer to factory torque specifications and re-torque wheels after initial use. Properly installed lug nuts keep you safely on the road. Checking lug nut tightness should be part of any Range Rover owner’s regular maintenance routine. Don’t take shortcuts when it comes to your wheels – choose quality replacement lug nuts for the safety of you and your passengers.