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Land Rover - The reliable off-road vehicle

Land Rover is part of the British car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover. The company has been producing off-road vehicles for over 70 years. In the last two decades the brand has focused on the production of SUVs.

The cars are designed as simple as the logo. Land Rover cars are considered to be the most reliable of all. They stand for robustness, performance, design and innovative in-car technology.

As soon as a suitable Land Rover is found, you would love to get in and drive away. However, insurance still has to be taken out and the car has to be redeemed. This impairs and delays the driving pleasure considerably. With a subscription car, we take the tedious work off your hands. The booking is done with a few clicks. Afterwards you can pick up the car or have it delivered, get in and drive off!

Land Rover subscription car hire - Land Rover Leasing is yesterday

Many people ask themselves the question, why should I rent a car with a subscription when I can simply lease it?

The answer is easy, a subscription has more advantages compared to leasing. It is much more comfortable! We take care of maintenance, tyre changes or repairs for you. All these services are included in our subscription price. The car is also redeemed for you by our partners. The only thing you have to do yourself is refuel.

Choose a car, book it, get in and drive off. This is how easy it is for you to get a CARIFY car subscription.

The exact details and further information about the process can be found here.

History of Land Rover

The brothers Spencer and Maurice Wilks had a strong influence on the company in its formation around 1930. Spencer was the managing director and Maurice the engineer. In the beginning, mainly luxury cars of high quality and prestige were built. After the war, demand collapsed and the company had to reposition itself. The US soldiers left behind a jeep, which was driven by Maurice. He was impressed by the usefulness of the jeep. Therefore, he came up with the idea to build off-road vehicles for agriculture. Only a short time later the first small series came on the market.

The entire vehicle development in the history of the company was influenced by the different owners. In 1978 Land Rover was split off from Jaguar-Rover-Triumph and was from then on an independent company. In 1994 ownership passed to BMW before being taken over by Ford in 2000. Since 2008 the brand has been in Indian hands. The Tata Group has taken over the majority of the shares.

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