It’s pouring outside, and you have had a really long day at work. Aaah, while you love to drive your machine, today is not a day to drive, as the traffic everywhere and all around is going to be bad. While it is good to say that being chauffeured around is a good thing, you equally need a car that can carry you around, when the traffic is going to be bad, in good comfort.
JLR or Jaguar LandRover, as they are called in totality are designed in such a way that when it comes to SUV’s no one can build a better SUV than a LandRover and when it comes to sedans, no one can better them then Jaguar’s within the group.
It’s a good day to head out for a quick getaway with your family. You’re in the typical weekend mood where you’ve parted ways to the not-so-easy Life of yours in a Metro. All set for this short getaway, you approach to your car to dump all of the stuff that’s a must for a quick getaway like this. You realize that you’ve taken up all the boot space available at your disposal and are in awe as to how this car managed to take all of that in.
Chameleons, amongst other reptiles, have an intrinsic quality. They are able to change colours, basis the environment outside to camouflage themselves. This helps them to mostly go unnoticed in most of the situations.
In earlier days, they said, if you were a driver who loved to corner, who loved to go attacking every time when behind the wheel, or who loved a car which obeyed your commands, you would buy a BMW. However if you are someone who enjoyed rear seat comfort, loved being chauffeured around, loved to catch up with unperturbed sleep, while the chauffeur did the duty, or loved to stretch and feel pampered, you would buy a Mercedes-Benz. Then who bought the Audi?
What’s in the name anyways but? It’s that tagline under that matters the most to many, and if there is an auto giant which has managed to leverage those three magical words to the fullest, it has to be BMW. In an age where manufacturers are being mercilessly trampled by emission norms and consumed by the needs of mass market customers, BMW hasn’t quite gone with the rulebook.
You live life only once. While the weekdays are bound by work, weekends are the days that you really come alive. That is the time that you really wanted to explore places, go to unchartered territories, enjoy nature, be at peace with non urban jungle and lastly keep Discovering.
There are SUV’s and then there is this- The Range Rover LWB. The biggest daddy amongst them all. Some even call it the “Thalaiva” of SUV’s out there. Now why do they call the RR LWB the Thalaiva? For that, one needs to look at the dimensions to put the things in perspective. At an overall length of 5200mm, width almost closing in at 3120 mm and a towering height of 1868 mm, no other vehicle on the road comes to closer to this size and magnanimous proportions of the Range Rover LWB.
Historically, the BMW 3 Series has always been touted as “The Drivers Car”. Moment someone said, they love driving, they love when the torque kicks in or they love when the car holds the line while cornering, we knew, what to recommend to them, the undisputed choice was the 3. Then we drove the Jaguar XE. That wild cat had phenomenal handling and was an absolute leech when it came to holding the line, and apart from phenomenal handling, had exclusivity to go for it.
WILL IT BE THE SMALL MID-SIZER OR THE BIG SMALL CAR? AND IS THAT A GHOST IN YOUR ENGINE OR AN ACTUAL PROBLEM? AAA (ASK ANYTHING ON OUR FORUM), THE GURU-CUM-AGONY MASTER, HAS ALL THE ANSWERS