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Land Rover Owners Manual
Land Rover is a 4x4, all-terrain vehicle manufacturer, based in Gaydon, Warwickshire, England, now operated as part of the Jaguar Land Rover business owned by Tata Motors of India. Originally the term Land Rover referred to one specific vehicle, a pioneering civilian all-terrain utility vehicle launched on 30 April 1948, at the Amsterdam Motor Show, but was later used as a brand for several distinct models, all capable of four-wheel drive.
Land Rover Defender Car Owners Manual
Land Rover is a 4x4, all-terrain vehicle manufacturer, based in Gaydon, Warwickshire, England, now operated as part of the Jaguar Land Rover business owned by Tata Motors of India. Originally the term Land Rover referred to one specific vehicle, a pioneering civilian all-terrain utility vehicle launched on 30 April 1948, at the Amsterdam Motor Show, but was later used as a brand for several distinct models, all capable of four-wheel drive. Starting out as a model in the Rover Company's product range, the Land Rover brand developed, first as a marque, then as a separate company, developing a range of four-wheel drive capable vehicles under a succession of owners, including British Leyland, British Aerospace and BMW. In 2000, the company was sold by BMW to the Ford Motor Company, becoming part of their Premier Automotive Group. In June 2008, Ford sold its Jaguar and Land Rover operations to Tata Motors. Land Rover, coming in second to Jeep, is one of the longest surviving four-wheel drive (4WD) brands. The Defender is tough, its engines are rugged, and the body panels are cheap to replace so running costs, apart from fuel, will be lower than on the competition. Park the Defender alongside a modern rival, and it's instantly obvious how much taller and narrower it is. Don’t go looking for rally-type road holding or you’ll be lucky to get off the drive. The Defender’s cornering is an art. Someone said it gets round bends eventually and there is a real danger of understeer. But the Defender is exactly what it sets out to be - a no-frills off-road machine designed to one job, and it does it very well.
Land Rover Discovery Car Owners Manual
The Land Rover Discovery is a mid-size SUV, with off-road capabilities, from the British car maker Land Rover, now a division of Tata Motors. There have been four generations of the Discovery vehicle, which was first introduced in 1989. The current 'Discovery 4 is marketed in North America as the LR4. Getting pretty close to Range Rover levels of comfort with the Land Rover Discovery, even with the diesel engine. It's quiet enough, capable of cruising at respectable speeds and has plenty of room. Try not to think of the Land Rover Discovery as an off-roader that's been civilised, because it really is so much more than that.
Land Rover Freelander Car Owners Manual
The Land Rover Freelander is a compact crossover SUV or "lifestyle 4WD" made by the British company Land Rover, a subsidiary of Tata Motors. The current generation is sold as the LR2 in North America, as opposed to Land Rover Freelander 2 in Europe. It is built on a unibody structure unlike traditional SUVs which use the more rugged body-on-frame structure. Compared with most SUVs, the Land Rover Freelander's low cowl makes the driver feel rather tall. Performance is reasonably vigorous, especially from a standstill, though acceleration is less than stirring overall. Automatic-transmission shifts are deliberate and noticeable. The Freelander steers with a lighter touch than other Land Rovers. This SUV handles reasonably well. The ride is firm but not at all punishing. The Landrover's seats are quite firm, which is acceptable for short hauls but questionable for longer journeys.
Land Rover LR3 Car Owners Manual
Land Rover Range Rover Car Owners Manual
The Range Rover is a four-wheel drive luxury sport utility vehicle (SUV) produced by Land Rover in the United Kingdom, owned by the India-based Tata Motors. It was first introduced in 1970 and is still in production today. There have so far been three major generations. The original Range Rover model was known simply as the Range Rover until almost the end of its life, when Land Rover introduced the name Range Rover Classic to distinguish it from its successors. The second generation had the internal Land Rover code name "P38A", and the latest generation is internally designated "L322". Land Rover's Range Rover SUV is offered with a supercharged V-8 or a naturally aspirated V-8, both derived from Jaguar engines that use drive-by-wire throttle control. It occupies a unique corner of the market; its closest competitor is the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. The Range Rover Sport model is simply great SUV.