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It took Rover 24 years to replace the Range Rover – but when it did, it largely got the recipe right… Taking that fine old car into the 21st century was never going to be easy. Replacing the irreplaceable BY the mid-to-late-1980s, the Range Rover’s transformation into luxury express was well underway; one only had […]
The full story of the Rover V8 – and how it found its way from the USA to Solihull, and then become an unlikely hero…
Launched back in 1993, Land Rover’s Autobiography personalisation programme has offered Range Rover buyers an even greater opportunity to push the boundaries of exclusivity through bespoke colour and trim choices. In the first of two exhaustive articles charting the programme’s history, David Morgan looks at the Autobiography programme’s role on three generations of the Range Rover.
Keith’s been using the Range Rover P38 for a few weeks now – for both commuting and as a general hack – and, so far, nothing’s gone wrong. But there are jobs to do… The funniest aspect of owning a Range Rover P38 is listening to and absorbing all the opinions that people have about these fine […]
Keith Adams Regular readers are no doubt getting a real sense of déjà vu when reading this post. If that’s you, then you’d be right in thinking that, because last year after coming back to run the site, I posted an identically-titled blog, in which I introduced our new and rather nice Land Rover Freelander. Thanks […]