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 change down there the next time they let us set foot-or any other
part of the anatomy-in one of their vehicles. The last vehicle tested was the Land Rover Defender, best described as a bed of nails on four wheels. You've heard of lean, mean, fighting machines? Defender was a rude, crude motorized dude lacking in such
essentials as technological innovation.
But we digress.
The change of heart from Land Rover was prompted by the fact that the Discovery is one of the vehicles up for consideration in the North... Read More