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Land Rover Experience in Evoque
PhilSkill
 

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Post: #51
RE: Land Rover Experience in Evoque

You can choose if they drive, there is an amount of time available with a few points to swap drivers, and what they drive... you dont.

Checkout my video from our LRE Full Day here

http://babyrr.com/forum/Thread-2015-Off-...#pid107086

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01-09-2016 12:26pm
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Steve D
 

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RE: Land Rover Experience in Evoque

(01-09-2016 12:05pm)RogB Wrote:  Ive just booked onto my complimentary LRE day at Eastnor, the earliest they could book was December so I opted for January instead to get their Evoque off road.

They said on the phone I could bring 2 guests, does that mean those guests get to drive as well or just sit in as passengers ?

You have PM

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01-09-2016 12:35pm
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RogB
 

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Post: #53
RE: Land Rover Experience in Evoque

replied Smile

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01-09-2016 01:09pm
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Steve D
 

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RE: Land Rover Experience in Evoque

Thanks
I'm all booked now for a Saturday afternoon session at Eastnor in January. Hopefully it'll be wet, muddy and all churned up from the morning session. Let's see what an Evoque can do!

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01-09-2016 03:11pm
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XFullFatTim
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RE: Land Rover Experience in Evoque

A whole lot more than you ever imagined! Same with Freelanders, folks wrote them both off as "hairdressers" cars, useless for off-road all pose and no go............. Then they saw one in action and their jaw dropped! Even the die hard Defender people now treat Freelander/Evoque and Disco Sport with the off-road respect that they deserve. They can easily do things my Defender can struggle with but then they get hung up with their low ground clearance sooner than the Defender does. I "chaperone" a Freelander2 owner on our off-road club days out and he has a 2" suspension lift and then MTR tyres that give a good amount of addition ground clearance but he does have to watch out for his car's clutch as he has a manual shifter. Auto Evoques/DS and Freelies are less likely to do transmission damage due to a cooked clutch, which was a £1000 repair on a Freelander1.

Now driving a 2015MY RRSport L494 in Corris Grey with Ebony/Lunar interior and Ebony Headliner - pimped up with 22" wheel and polished stainless steel skid plates from and rear.
Gone to a new homes - Zanzibar 5 Door Dynamic with contrast, lux, plus and intelligence packs
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04-09-2016 11:12am
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