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Owning a car can be a hassle! There’s the issue of finding the right insurance, learning how the different components work together, and constantly working to keep it in a spick and span condition. But one of the most daunting tasks has to be when your precious road machine breaks down. How do you go about replacing faulty parts and giving it a new lease of life?

For some, the knee-jerk reaction is to scamper off to a mechanic for a quote. But then again; leaving everything up to a mechanic can be unsettling. That is, an astronomical bill might be waiting for you—not to mention the fact that you don’t know what is being put into your vehicle.

There’s no denying that Range Rover is an iconic marque seen on many roads across the globe. It has a long and rich history, and it’s even a firm favourite with footballers! These days, the Range Rover line-up has undergone something of a transformation.

Gone are the boxy models aimed at older motorists. Parent company Land Rover are in the midst of a brand refresh. They want to make Range Rover cars more attractive to younger generations. And, of course, they want to sell more vehicles too!

Buying a new car is a big investment, for most people the second-biggest chunk of money they’ll hand over for something, after the family home.

Some manufacturers take your money, sign you up for a service plan, but offer little else in the way of ownership benefits. Others do offer limited ownership programs that can incorporate track days, or special events, or perhaps a discount on merchandise. Lotus is particularly good when it comes to track days.