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It's not that we can't get it right. We simply have our own way of doing things.

While other automobiles are either unusually rugged, or extravagantly civilized, we've made the one luxury car that isn't dependent on the luxury of the road.
Short of going across endangered terrain, there are very few places you won't see it.

With its massive chassis, and permanent 4 wheel drive, a Range Rover can go through anything from a desert to a snowstorm. In fact, it can even go through time, gracefully.
Range Rovers in their third decade are still performing automotive impossibilities from the Serengeti to the Himalayas.

Lest we remain complacent, though, we always manage to make improvements that improve even a Range Rover.

The 1991, for example, has a quieter ride, along with a larger fuel tank for increased touring range.

Why not call 1-800-FINE 4WD for a dealer near you? Obviously, at around $42,400, a Range Rover isn't inexpensive.

But it's an investment you'll feel comfortable with. Whichever side of the road you're on.

Cool ad....the only thing I took away from that, is why the hell is a Range Rover double the price now only 25 years later? :lol:
 

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Interesting that the refer to the RRC as a 'car' not a truck...;)
 

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and as an "investment" - ha!
 

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Pretty cool ad. Using inflation values from 1991 to 2015, $42,400 would be approximately equivalent to $73,900 today.
 
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