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Historic Range Rover auction

First ever Range Rover under the hammer

Your chance to own a piece of motoring history – the first ever Range Rover. Range Rover (chassis No 001) will be going under the hammer in The Salon Privé Sale, hosted in partnership with Silverstone Auctions, in London on September 4. Valued at £100,000-£140,000, it was the first example …

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Top 5 Most Fashionable Cars

Mercedes Benz A45 AMG

When researching your new car, you might find the one that’s best for your family, has the best fuel economy or has the most safety features. In your travels, you’ll encounter cars that are all about pure style. Cars that make you feel good just by the way it looks, …

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The Evoque’s been Tango’d

Range Rover Evoque Autobiography Dynamic

A hot version of the Range Rover Evoque is announced – and it’s orange Land Rover is introducing the premium “Autobiography” name to the best-selling Evoque line-up with two new models due to hit the showrooms in late 2014.  The duo bring “heightened luxury and performance” to the range. Already …

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Range Rover Evoque Review

At the moment we are having a love affair with 4×4’s. For many years now, the Land Rover/Range Rover brand has shown its brilliance by producing an off road vehicle that blends off road might with opulent luxury. Now we have a New Land Rover to feast our eyes over …

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Defender of The Faith

In 1947 one Maurice Wilks came up with the idea of a Land Rover and, in a nutshell, the Series 1 Landy was born. Swiftly, this robust workhorse became the favourite of farmers, equestrians and soldiers alike and it roamed for years across the billowing fields and sheltered valleys of …

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Land Rover – A 60 Year Journey

At the 1948 motor show in war-torn Amsterdam the British company Rover rolled out an austerity era vehicle aimed at the slowly recovering farming community.  In reality it was the illegitimate child of the American Willys Jeep and the British knack for improvisation: locked in permanent four wheel drive, bolted together from aluminium …

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