With the summer holidays fast approaching we’ve chosen a few of our favourite tried and trusted parts and accessories to get you ready for the adventures ahead.
If you love off-roading as much as we do then you know that protecting your Land Rover against the elements is a must! Raptor multi-use protective coating aerosol does exactly that – it will protect your Land Rover from rust, corrosion, salt water, damp and extreme temperatures.
Wheel spacers are an aftermarket part that essentially moves the wheels further away from the body of your Land Rover and give that ‘stocky, planted’ look alongside other added benefits. What do wheel spacers do? Wheel spacers are commonly used…
If he’s a Land Rover enthusiast and you’re struggling with what to get him this Father’s Day, then we’ve got you covered! Check out our list of practical and unique Father’s Day Land Rover gift ideas.
Have you ever had a flat tyre on your Land Rover and not been able to remove the wheel nuts? If the answer is yes, then you’re not alone. In this article we uncover the common problem with the Land Rover wheel nuts and how to prevent this issue from happening again in the future.
With the bank holiday weekend fast approaching, now is the time to double-check you have everything you need for a weekend of camping and off-road adventures.
If like us your dog travels frequently with you in your Land Rover, then ensuring it is comfortable and safe is essential. We’ve compiled our top tips for keeping your four-legged friends safe when travelling.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh spent 18 years overseeing the design and build of his custom-built Land Rover Defender TD5 130 hearse at Land Rover’s factory in Solihull.
The Range Rover has really evolved since it was first released in 1970. Here we take a look back at the history of the Range Rover – the vehicle that transformed the luxury SUV market.
The Land Rover Freelander was introduced to the market in 1997. It was an exciting time for Land Rover as it was the first compact SUV in Land Rovers model range, designed to compete with other small 4x4s that were starting to emerge on to the automotive market in the mid 1990’s.
When Head Designer, Gerry McGovern, was tasked with designing the Freelander whilst retaining an element of Land Rovers design heritage, allowing it to be instantly recognised as part of the Land Rover family. He achieved this by incorporating Land Rovers iconic vertical front end and straight lines along the side of the vehicle, along with Land Rovers ‘command’ drivers seating position, there was no mistaking the Freelander as anything other than a Land Rover.