Land Rover UK recently posted a video to its YouTube channel giving a few really good pointers on preparing your vehicle for driving in the snow. While the video doesn't go into any detail on driving technique, it does give a good overview of making sure your Land Rover is ready for the white stuff. That is assuming you have any snow.
I have developed a keen interest in keeping the oil level right where it should be on all of my cars. Unfortunately on our LR3 it was something of a challenge to check the oil at night due to the lack of a light. Rather than fumble around with a flashlight, I stopped by the local hardware store and picked up a Sylvania DOT-it self-adhesive tap light.
It's really amazing how quickly time goes by. It seems like yesterday we were still working out what to call this thing and putting the first few posts together. So, it was with a little bit of surprise that after logging in today we noticed the post counter sat at 199! That means this is officially our 200th entry.
We're still waiting for somebody to expedition-up the Range Rover Evoque — you know it's going to happen eventually — but for now we have to make do with street-ready tuner examples. One of the most recent is from A. Kahn Design, a British design firm we've featured several times in the past.
In the eyes of many car buyers, Consumer Reports (CR) has a nearly sterling reputation for unbiased automobile reviews and ratings. This consumer market clout means that a poor review from the organization has the potential to negatively impact sales. So, it was with no small amount of interest that CR announced that the BMW X3 trounced the Range Rover Evoque Pure in the publication's road tests.