The latest press release from Land Rover regarding the new DC100 concept really goes over the top in attempting to convince the reader that the DC100 is indeed the aesthetic and spiritual successor to the venerable Defender. It also goes to great lengths to ensure us that the concept will make an unparalleled off-road vehicle and reveals a lot about the inner workings of the DC100.
An overwhelming majority of Land Rover vehicles currently on the road in the U.S. are equipped with leather seating surfaces. The high-quality leather used in your Land Rover is very resilient to wear and will last the lifetime of the vehicle if a minimum of maintenance is applied. As such, we decided to put four readily available and inexpensive leather care products to the test.
Sitting on your driveway right now is a camping machine. That's right, your Land Rover! With large load capacities, amazing off-road abilities, and a general all-round practicality, you've got yourself a basecamp on wheels! But, by fitting some basic equipment and modifications, you can turn your LR4 or Range Rover into a vacation super juggernaut.
Land Rover has made extensive use of DVD-based navigation systems. The downside to these systems is that they quickly become out-of-date. A majority of the information contained on your vehicle's original DVD is certainly still valid, but roads, subdivisions, addresses, and routes are created and changed all the time. Figuring out where to get an updated DVD for your nav can be confusing.
Last month, MSN UK Cars conducted a poll that asked 39,663 readers to vote for their favorite 4x4 vehicle. The actual question asked was, "Which firm makes the best '4x4' type cars?" Respondents were given a list of 12 manufacturers, including Land Rover, Toyota, Audi, BMW, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Jeep, Mercedes-Benz, Lexus, Volkswagen, and Volvo. Out of the 12, Land Rover came in on top.