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Face-lifted Freelander still goes off-road with ease

Face-lifted Freelander still goes off-road with ease

A mid-life facelift for the Land Rover Freelander includes a significant mechanical overhaul as well as the usual raft of cosmetic changes.

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Landrover Discovery: New wolf in old sheep's clothing

Landrover Discovery: New wolf in old sheep's clothing

At first glance, Land Rover seems to have pushed the boundaries by bestowing the Generation 4 moniker on the 2010 Discovery, given this latest version uses the same chassis and exterior sheet metal as the Generation 3 version it replaces, with a new grille, front bumper and LED bulbs for the rear lights and front sidelights the key features that distinguish it on the road.

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Land Rover: Defender an endangered species

Land Rover: Defender an endangered species

The new Land Rover Defender has a look that traces a direct line back to the original series-one prototype of 1947.

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Defender maintains grip on heritage

Defender maintains grip on heritage

 

"Mate, I never hit nuthin'.''

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Land Rover’s latest offering up with the big boys

Land Rover’s latest offering up with the big boys

LAND ROVER is moving up-market with an all-new Freelander that is larger, better equipped, more powerful and more expensive than the decade-old model it replaces.

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Range Rover Vogue: Implant transformational

Range Rover Vogue: Implant transformational

A V8 petrol engine has little future under the bonnet of a Range Rover if the quality of the latest diesel variant, the $179,900 TDV8, is anything to go by.

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Land Rovers at home in the South

Land Rovers at home in the South

PRESSING on without chains in fresh snow, against advice, is not a practice I would generally recommend, but if there are two vehicles ideally equipped to perform this particular trick then surely they are the Land Rover Discovery III and its close cousin, the Range Rover Sport.

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