If you’re seeking the perfect vehicle to explore terra incognita, look no farther than the Discovery. With ground clearance of 11.1 inches and a wading depth of 35.4 inches, the Disco is practically without peer. Continue reading “Land Rover Discovery 2017 HSE V6”
A friend of mine once emailed to say that he was considering buying an old soft-top 109 Land Rover to carry around his family and their kayaks on weekend trips. “What about this one?” he asked, showing me a decent looking 109 rag top, “But I want a non fan-boy opinion”. I thought that was interesting. I’m known amongst friends to be very enthusiastic about Land Rovers, but to the point that people obviously believe I’m blind to even the biggest oversights and niggles that Land Rovers do have.
So, having sat and pondered this comment, I wondered, why do people buy Land Rovers? Land Rover’s are expensive, very basic, difficult to drive around towns, not particularly comfortable, stolen frequently, slow, fuel burners, noisy, costly to run, hard to get into with a skirt on (apparently), damp, leaky and we could go on. Continue reading “Land Rover defender 90 1989- The best Off-Road”