Ladies, gentlemen, and everything in between, let’s welcome the Land Rover Discovery L319 with a round of applause, one of the heaviest modern cars and also one of the worst in terms of reliability. Land Rover Discovery L319, a car… Continue Reading →
Land Rover Discovery L318 is like Twitter or non-alcoholic water, it never really caught on in the balkans. And Land Rover Discovery L318 owners are so well informed and knowledgeable about this car that this review is more useless than… Continue Reading →
Land Rover Freelander L359, a car that started badly but finished well. If the Land Rover Freelander L359 were a series, it would be “The Office”.
Land Rover Freelander L314, the first attempt at the compact sector of the market from Land Rover. If Frankenstein had worked in the automotive industry, he would certainly have interned at Land Roer on the development of the Land Rover… Continue Reading →
Range Rover Evoque L538, the Ralph Lauren handbag of the automotive world. Range Rover Evoque L538, the Tommy Hilfiger of crossovers. Range Rover Evoque L538, the official car of the “PC operator” in the job description, even if they don’t… Continue Reading →
I promised myself I would wait and take my time for the review about the Range Rover Sport LR320, until all the wide-neck-narrow-forehead gentlemen will get bored and move on to the next motorized interventions vehicle. But it seems that… Continue Reading →
You’d think it’s blasphemy to mention the Range Rover L405 here, a car that started at 100,000 pounds + VAT, but you’ll immediately find out why it’s an almost car.
Range Rover LR322, the car that stomped the financial crisis, coherence, reliability, owners’ wallets, mechanics’ ramps, the market, the hearts of oil barons and which became a sex symbol of excess and waste. Range Rover LR322, it was that good.