RoverGuide's custom Google Map is the quickest way to locate a Land Rover retailer in your area. Simply zoom in on your location and look for the nearest Land Rover dealer. With the RoverGuide Retailer Locator, you can get directions to a local Land Rover dealer. Select from multiple route options, find addresses and additional contact information, search nearby for other businesses. Plan your dealer visit around other errands, click through to retailer web sites, and more.
The elephant in Land Rover's room is certainly the company's track record of dubious reliability. Despite consistently scoring very well in owner satisfaction surveys, Land Rover suffers from poor reliability ratings. The latest blow to Land Rover came with What Car?'s 2011 Reliability Survey. What Car? performs the study in conjunction with Warranty Direct (UK) and uses Warranty Direct claims data to analyze 35 brands and 250 models for reliability.
Last week we looked at Jaguar Land Rover's 'Plan for Sustainability.' Yesterday, we looked at Land Rover's e_Terrain technologies. Today, we have two videos that tie the two together. The first video is a recent advertorial that provides an overview of Land Rover's sustainability plan. It outlines Land Rover's commitment to the environment and how Land Rover as a business is changing to become more sustainable.
One thing is certain, you are going to hear a lot more about Land Rover's e_Terrain technologies in the future. The company's e_Terrain developments were first showcased via the Land_e concept renderings shown by Land Rover in 2006. One of the most interesting features of e_Terrain is e_Terrain Response. We'll see further applications of e_Terrain technologies as Land Rover moves into the hybrid and electric vehicle segments.
Our most recent eBay find is a little unusual. If you are looking for something that will set you apart on the golf course (or just while riding around your neighborhood), you should check out this Land Rover Defender 90 golf cart. This Land Rover Defender 90 golf cart is one of a series of eight made by American Custom Golf Cars (ACG) in California. The company manufacturers golf carts based on the Cadillac Escalade, the HUMMER H3, and a couple of classic cars.