When it comes to buying a car, it is understandable you may feel slightly apprehensive or may be overthinking some parts of the buying process.
Every now and again its good to get away for a while, even if its just for a couple of days, whether thats with your significant other or with the whole family, a small break from the monotonous repeat of everyday life can come as a welcomed hiatus.
Over the last few years there has been a large shift in the car market with people now buying what they need, not so much what they want. This in turn has lead to a significant rise in the amount of hatchbacks bought by the public, with people choosing practicality over a car that will run up unnecessary expenses or be hard to drive.
In 1948, the first ever Land Rover was produced, the Series 1, which ran for an impressive 10 years on the production line. Since its birth, Land Rover was determined to make the ultimate off-road 4×4 and SUV to be used across all farms, mountains and any demanding terrain all across the world, being inspired by the hills and greenery of Britain.
Elegant, beautiful, iconic and inspired by Jaguar’s Le Mans three peat of victories in the 1950’s . A car that defined an era of style and continues its legacy as an untouchable classic in the modern day, is there really a more iconic British car than the E-Type?