Land Rover: a great British brand for the worst British weather
Britain never quite gets weather as extreme as many other places in the world – but it still has the capacity to grind daily life to a halt on occasion.
Plus, it still has devastating effects on communities, as we’ve seen with the flooding in the North West of England this December brought on by Storm Desmond.
Desmond has subsided now, but it’s only a matter of time before the next storm on the UK’s all-new storm name list – Eva, Frank, Gertrude, Henry – arrives and wreaks some degree of havoc.
When the worst weather hits, you need to know you can carry on with your business as well and as comfortably as possible, and that means driving a vehicle that can bludgeon through the very worst conditions.
Struggling with snow, floods and gale-force winds? There really is only one place to turn. It is for its all-weather, all-terrain ability that Land Rover, and its Range Rover sub-brand, are arguably the most quintessentially British cars available to buy today.
They provide the perfect platform for us to whinge about the weather while being pretty much completely unaffected by it as we drive around!
We have several Range Rovers in stock at the moment, all with monstrous power, tonnes of ground clearance and that all-important four-wheel-drive system.
Our in-stock Land Rovers and Range Rovers suit a range of budgets and ambitions, but all serve the same purpose: fuss-free motoring in any all weather conditions.
Range Rover Vogue 4.4 TD V8 – £37,990
Range Rover Vogue 3.6 TD V8 – £24,990
Range Rover Vogue 2.7 TD V6 – £15,990
Range Rover Vogue 3.6 TD V8 – £15,990
Range Rover Sport 2.7 TD V6 – £13,990
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