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Pulling power of the Disco wins top accolade

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Pulling power of the Disco wins top accolade

The great all-rounder of the Land Rover marque scoops prize for the first time.

The Land Rover Discovery has been awarded the title of the Caravan Club’s Tow Car of the Year 2016 due to its immense pulling prowess.

The superb all-round 4x4 scooped the top honour for the first time as well as coming out on top in the 1,800kg and £50,000+ categories.

It beat off competition from over forty rivals in a series of tough examinations such as ease of hitching, steep hill starts and testing inclines.

Returning the impressive figures of 30-60mph in 11.2 and 40-60mph in just over eight seconds, all when hitched to a twin-axle caravan, the Discovery is hard to match up to.

What also set the Disco above the rest was its exceptional levels of standard kit, spacious practicality and excellent visibility; especially in HSE guise.

In its price range there is truly nothing that can hold a light to the all-round capability of the Discovery.

Why buy an Overfinch Range Rover?

Why buy an Overfinch Range Rover?

Posted on: 23rd Aug 2019

Taking top spec Range Rover vehicles, Overfinch work to provide their customers with a tailor-made vehicle. By adding layer upon layer of luxury enhancement, the result is a distinctive interpretation of the British icon.

Bentley to focus on developing the Bentayga, instead of releasing more SUV models

Bentley to focus on developing the Bentayga, instead of...

Posted on: 23rd Aug 2019

With the Bentayga making up 50% of Bentley’s sales according to Hallmark, it is worth noting that it is already the best selling vehicle in the history of the company - which is particularly impressive considering it was only released in 2016.

Is premium fuel worth the extra expense?

Is premium fuel worth the extra expense?

Posted on: 22nd Aug 2019

If you drive a petrol supercar, performance car or even hot hatchback, the evidence does strongly suggest that the use of a high octane petrol will benefit your engine. Plus when running a performance car on a premium petrol, you should notice a difference in throttle response, amongst other things.