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Landriver US website vs. UK site

Has anyone else noticed that the US website is much better than the UK one? They seem to have more detail posted about the features and options on the Sport. For example, you can read all about the remote keys (Yes I am THAT sad but I like to know in advance what everything does ok!)

And while I am on the subject, why, oh why do all the marketing shots of the Sport's interior show a left hand drive? I am not having a go at the USA or anyone else who drives on the right hand side of the road but I think for a UK built car, they would show a right hand drive interior. Perhaps I am being too picky?? Or, show one of each! Simple solution.... 2013MY L405 RR VSE
2008 Discovery HSE

*Gone: Vogue SE TDV8, Vogue TD6, RRSport SC 4.2V8, Classic 3.9 Vogue Auto, Land Rover Series 3 SWB
*Gone: BMW M5 5.0V8

Post #1785 Fri Aug 19 2005 2:36pm
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M@verik



Member Since: 16 Aug 2005
Location: Somerset
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England 2008 Range Rover Sport TDV8 HSE Rimini Red

I agree, even some of the UK dealer websites are better then the LR UK site.

I would imagine the US dealers are better than some of the UK dealers I have encountered too. 11 XFR

08 RRS TDV8 HSE with the good bits taken off the first RRS

05 RR Sport TDV6 HSE Rimini Red (Rimini Brown at events), Stormer wheels (original 19's for events), PTI, towpack. TV tuner (now driven by an employee)

1923 Ford Model T (serious ground clearance)


FFRR TDV8 Vogue my07 (wife won't let me use it in case I go to Salisbury with VA in it)

plus some other bits n' pieces

Post #1818 Sun Aug 21 2005 4:02pm
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