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Land Rover

Orlando Sentinel's view

June 22, 1995

Beginning in 1997, a new class of luxury sport-utility vehicles, led by Mercedes-Benz, will be nipping at Land Rover’s wheels. This is a development that the Land Rover division of Great Bri... Read More
Los Angeles Times's view

January 20, 1995

Splish, splash, we were taking a bath. Car pools lived up to their names. Fast lanes were for swimmers and stray seafood flopping up Topanga Canyon. Heaven help those in the Monsoon of ’95 wh... Read More's view

November 20, 1994

They’re ice skating in Hades. Must be, because the last time we test drove a Land Rover, the folks at the British sport-utility vehicle maker said there would be a dramatic climatic chan... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

June 16, 1994

Is a vehicle that is tough enough for the British army tough enough for you? Land Rover of North America, importer of the Range Rover luxury sport-utility vehicle, has introduced two new vehicles ... Read More
Los Angeles Times's view

June 10, 1994

Surprisingly agile. Approaching populist. Almost affordable. Hardly the selling points one would ascribe to any vehicle built by the blokes at Land Rover. Even if they made a Turf Rover lawn mow... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

April 28, 1994

When it comes to four-wheel-drive sport-utility vehicles, Jeep and Land Rover have a reputation and a cult-like following that places them far above the rest. The British-made Land Rover and the A... Read More's view

April 8, 1994

THE MUD was behind an ornate brick gate in a ritzy section ofFairfax County. The sign on the gate said the property was for sale, soI decided to explore the grounds — a huge, hilly, tree-cove... Read More
Los Angeles Times's view

September 17, 1993

There is a British firm that builds military and agricultural vehicles and keeps a weather eye open for trends and pretenders. That’s why Land Rover demobilized its weapons carriers and pe... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

March 11, 1993

Something has been nagging at me since I first test drove a Range Rover almost two years ago. At that time, I felt $42,000 was far too much to pay for a sport-utility vehicle. Since then I realiz... Read More
Los Angeles Times's view

January 31, 1992

In the United States–where its disciples include Jack Nicholson and Joe Montana–the British-built Range Rover is a new status symbol. Race driver Danny Sullivan is on his fifth. Over... Read More