Reasons To Lease A Land Rover
- Firstly, Land Rover is renowned for producing high quality, luxury vehicles. Over the years, we have fell in love with their award-winning SUVs, despite them being expensive cars. That said, leasing a Land Rover has become very popular as it is cost effective. A lease is essentially a long-term rental agreement, offering exclusive use of a car for a set period at a fixed monthly price. By leasing a Land Rover, you substantially reduce your monthly payments, which often means you can afford a higher specification of vehicle.
- Land Rover has become recognised for their specialism in SUVs with excellent off-road capabilities. A Land Rover lease appeals to a wide audience, in particular families or adventurers. If you enjoy an outdoorsy lifestyle or regular family trips out, then a Land Rover could be perfect for you. Also, at GB Vehicle we find many dog owners opting for a Land Rover car, especially if they enjoy off-road walking. Land Rover clearly know what makes the perfect all-terrain car.
- Land Rover also offer commercial versions on their model range. These particularly appeal to business lease customers. The commercial vehicles include the Discovery Commercial and Defender Hard Top versions. Land Rover commercial vehicles are great business lease options, meeting all your business demands.
- Land Rover cars have an excellent towing capacity compared to other SUVs on the leasing market. Whether you’re looking to tow a horsebox or a caravan, a Land Rover is an excellent choice for you. In particular, the Land Rover Discovery, Defender and Range Rover each have a towing capacity of up to 3500kg. Tow anywhere, whatever the terrain with Land Rover’s towing technology.
- With a factory order, you can really make this your ideal lease car by adding optional packs and additional extras to suit you. Land Rover has a wide range of optional packs to consider, depending on which car model you opt for. For example, the accessory packs on the Land Rover Defender boost your driving experience whatever the terrain.
- A Land Rover lease enables you to drive a highly recognised and desirable car. With advanced tech and features in these prestigious cars, it’s easy to see why Land Rover cars are award-winning and well-liked. At GB Vehicle Leasing, we have highly competitive rates on Land Rover lease deals. Contact us today to discover your Land Rover lease.
- The Land Rover range offers a choice of practical and versatile SUVs. Whether you’re looking for a seven-seater family car or a hybrid compact SUV with lower running costs, the Land Rover model range won’t disappoint. At GB Vehicle Leasing, we find the most popular of these models includes the Land Rover Discovery, Land Rover Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque. Although, whichever model you choose, you’ll get the perfect blend of high build quality and traditional Land Rover styling.
- Land Rover clearly made safety paramount when designing their range of vehicles. All their SUVs offer high levels of safety for all occupants, making them highly desirable lease cars. There’s a wide range of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and vehicle security features available on Land Rover vehicles. This can vary though depending on the Land Rover model you opt for and some features may be additional cost extras.
The History of Land Rover
Land Rover is an iconic British brand, which specialise in producing SUVs with excellent off-road capabilities. Owned by multinational car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) since 2008, Land Rover vehicles remain in high demand. However, with an extensive history dating back many years, Land Rover has seen many changes. Read on to find out more about the history of this luxury manufacturer.
Once upon a time...
Land Rovers first started being built in 1948 by the Rover Company as tough, off-road capable vehicles. Designed as the British version of the Jeep, the Land Rover was an exciting new addition to the market. The original Land Rover series models, including the Range Rover in the 1970s, became a huge success over a number of decades. By 1976 the millionth Land Rover was built, and business was booming. Then in 1978, Land Rover Limited was established as a subsidiary of the British Leyland Motor Corporation (BL).
Over the years, Land Rover has been owned by various companies, including BMW in 1994 and Ford in 2000. In 2008, both Jaguar and Land Rover operations were sold to Tata Motors, which is part of the Tata Group. Then in 2013, Tata Motors merged the operations of Jaguar Cars Limited and Land Rover, and Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC was established.
Several Land Rover models have been used in the military due to them being tough, rugged-looking vehicles. These vehicles were modified for military use, including the introduction of convoy lights, heavy-duty suspension and blackout curtains. Also, two Land Rover models were produced specifically for the military - the 101 Forward Control and the ‘Airportable’ 1/2 ton Lightweight. Military forces worldwide used Land Rovers, including the British Army, as they could manage driving over tough terrain.
Land Rover vehicles are made at plants in various countries. The main factory is the Solihull plant in Solihull, UK. This site is 300-acres in size and has over 10,000 employees working there. As an advanced vehicle manufacturing plant, this is where a wide range of the company's vehicles are made. Also, the factory operates 24-hour production in order to keep up with demand. Like most vehicle manufacturers, Jaguar Land Rover experienced a large drop in global sales during 2020 due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Although, despite a shaky start to 2020, sales figures for Q4 showed a recovery in sales which was excellent news. Jaguar Land Rover continue to develop and expand the range of electrified vehicles available, including Plug-In Hybrid Land Rover cars. Furthermore, Land Rover commercial vehicles are available in the Discovery and Defender models. As primarily work vehicles, these commercials are built for toughness and can handle all terrain.
Land Rover vehicles remain very popular lease options, especially as the demand for SUVs continues. With an excellent range of vehicles to choose from, the brand remains highly recognised and respected worldwide. To discuss leasing a Land Rover, please call GB Vehicle Leasing on 0161 667 5338 or email us at email@example.com.
Latest Land Rover News
When searching for a Land Rover vehicle, you may have wondered what the difference between the terms “Land Rover” and “Range Rover” is. Well, in simple terms, Land Rover is the brand of the vehicle, whereas a Range Rover is a specific Land Rover model, but let's delve deeper to find out more.
The Land Rover model line-up consists of seven models in total, of which four use the Range Rover name. Overall, Range Rover models are thought to have a stronger focus on luxury and performance. Whereas the Land Rover models are considered more rugged off-roader cars. Find out which Land Rover model is best suited to you.