Where did Land Rover come from?
In 1948 Rover showcased a new car model called the ‘Land Rover’ at the Amsterdam Motor Show. The name and model became so popular that Rover decided to make it their company name too.
What is Land Rover famous for?
Land Rover are famous for their all-terrain vehicles, designed to be durable and weather resistant. Now owned by Jaguar, Land Rover vehicles now boast incredibly luxurious interiors making them some of the most sought-after all-terrain vehicles on the market.
Land Rover invented the first Monster Truck
When the British Forestry Commission required a vehicle that could navigate a marshy environment, Land Rover developed what is arguably the first ever Monster Truck – 30 years before the design became popular in the US.
Land Rover’s Royal Roots
Land Rover has long been associated with the Royal Family. In 1953, Land Rover supplied the first ‘State Review’ car for the Royal Family. Land Rover and Jaguar are the only two automotive brands to hold all three Royal Warrants from Her Majesty The Queen, His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
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The most asked questions about leasing a Land Rover.
Leasing seems to be a lot cheaper than the typical PCP at the moment. Land Rover release a lot of lease offers and deals, and because there is no APR on the lease payments, they tend to be cheaper monthly. All of the tax is included and when your lease ends you don’t need to worry about the depreciation in value of the car like you would if you had bought it.
If you are eco-conscious, talk to our team about Land Rover’s hybrid models which boast carbon emissions as low as 64g per kilometre.