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The Much-Loved, Ever-Impressive Land Rover

Regardless of its own set of bumps and changes in rough business terrain, experts still agree that Land Rover remains atop the hill of 4×4 makers. Since its debut in 1948, the manufacturer has had its share fair of enthusiasts from around the globe. Often touted as the British version of the American’s Jeep, the small but formidable lineup of off-road capable vehicles have garnered numerous positive reviews and awards. Though once available with tank treads as an option, the Land Rover brand has more recently been equated with unmitigated driving luxury – with just a bit of attitude on the side.

Land Rover Service That Surpasses Expectations

Considered a masterpiece of industrial design, with a Range Rover displayed in the Louvre to prove it, the Land Rover line of vehicles is thought of as unmitigated luxury. Our crew here at Kudos Imports & Performance understands that to dive under the hood of one of these engineering marvels is to witness history.

Each and every one of our technicians looks forward to handling your Land Rover vehicle with the same kid gloves that you do. From basic maintenance and scheduled services to full diagnostic and repair, we consider it an honor that you entrust us with the care of your Land Rover and our commitment to excellence and care proves it. Highly-respected, fully knowledgeable and precise in our tasks, there is never any reason to take your vehicle to a dealership and pay their prices again.

5 Things You May Not Know About Land Rover

Even Land Rover enthusiasts may not be aware about these not-so-trivial pieces of the maker’s history:

  • The Land Rover vehicle is 30 years older than the company itself.
  • The Defender 110 was built to seat 12, qualifying it as a bus and saving its owners from paying passenger vehicle taxes.
  • They’ve made floating versions of their SUV’s.
  • A few of the “upgraded” version of the 101 that appeared in the movie Judge Dredd are still being driven by some die-hard fans 7 on some British roads.
  • The original Range Rover was designed by Charles S. King, noted jet-engine developer for Rolls Royce.
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