Things happen, accidents are just a part of life, door dings, scratches, and paint chips are all a real possibility. Peace of mind is something we all want, especially when it comes to our vehicles. Right now, Land Rover of Austin is offering just that … Peace of Mind.
When you own a luxury vehicle such as a Land Rover, you want to take care of it, you buff out smudges, have it detailed, and wipe it down, all to keep it looking new. Land Rover of Austin is offering their customers ‘Peace of Mind’ by maintaining and restoring the luxurious look of your Land Rover or Range Rover. From minor, cosmetic dents and scratches to glass chips and trim work, all can be repaired by a certified factory trained Land Rover specialist at the Snell Collision Center.Established over 40 years ago, the Snell Collision Center provides the same expertise and careful attention to detail as what you would expect from Land Rover. Estimates from Land Rover of Austin’s Snell Collision Center are complimentary, and because they specialize in Land Rover you can be certain, the job will be done right the first time.
Land Rover of Austin knows that customers can not predict life’s little accidents, but are ready when you need them to help restore your beloved Land Rover or Range Rover back to its original finish. Call, click or stop by Land Rover Austin, located at 1515 W. 5th Street in Austin, Texas and let them give you some Peace of Mind for your vehicle.
Being the fourth generation of the unique Range Rover line, the all-new model has been developed from the ground up. Capturing the innovative spirit and iconic design of the original model, which changed the world of motoring when it was launched over 40 years ago.
The new 2013Range Rover is lighter, tougher and more refined with transformed handling and agility and the unmistakable Range Rover trademark look. The 2013 Land Rover Range Rover has been revamped completely with an all-aluminum body structure. The new body has the 2013 Range Rover weighing an astounding 61% or 926 pounds lighter than its 3rd generation predecessor! This newer, lighter Range Rover delivers improved fuel economy and CO2 emissions. Although a luxury vehicle, the 2013Land Rover Range Rover is still designed for off-roading with the debut of an enhanced all-terrain performance “Land Rover’s Terrain Response 2”.The power trains on the 2013 model are backed by a new 8-speed ZF automatic transmission whereas the 2012 model is equipped with a 6-speed automatic. Underneath, a re-engineered version of Land Rover’s air suspension system pairs with some new aluminum chassis components. The redesigned underpinnings are said to improve handling without compromising the luxurious ride of the outgoing model. Open the doors and the 2013 Range Rover reveals that great care has been taken to minimize seams between the instrument panel and the rest of the dashboard. An updated data screen is nestled inside the dash along with a larger, more opulent cabin with rear seating offering an additional 4.7 inches of leg room.