It has been more than a year since the last Land Rover Defender rolled out of its production line in Solihull, United Kingdom. If you're a fan of this iconic 4x4, you probably haven't moved on from its demise yet.
Good thing, Land Rover USA launches the Land Rover Experience Center Heritage Program. This is the British marques way of reliving the Defender’s memories through the Defender Driving Experience — a course that allows you to drive the powerful 4x4 in its natural habitat. It’s available at Land Rover Experience Centers across the U.S.
Available in whole-day and half-day programs, availing customers can drive the Defender on various off-road paths with different surfaces, such as grass, mud, ruts, water crossings, and more. They will also have a personal off-road driving instructor from the Land Rover Experience.
Recognized as one of our most iconic vehicles, the Defender has conquered some of the world’s most demanding terrain and we are thrilled to be bringing that experience to consumers through the Land Rover Experience Center Heritage Program.
If you’re interested to know what it’s like to go off-roading in a Defender, ready up your passport and visa now as the Land Rover Experience Centers are located in Quail Lodge in Carmel, California; Equinox Resort in Manchester, Vermont; and the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.
Moreover, prepare a lot of cash as half-day experience costs $1,200 (around P61,000), while full-day course is at $1,500 (around P76,000). For more information, visit the Land Rover Experience website.
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