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Irish captain Heaslip lines out for Land Rover

In advance of Ireland’s great win in the RBS 6 Nations against Wales last Saturday, Land Rover brand ambassador and Ireland Rugby Captain, Jamie Heaslip, has been presented with the keys to his new 2013 Land Rover Discovery 4, writes Padraic Deane.

Land Rover maps out its green route

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Land Rover is investing £700 million over the next five years to make its cars greener.

Land Rover maps out its green route

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Land Rover is investing £700 million over the next five years to make its cars greener.

Land Rover maps out its green route

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Land Rover is investing £700 million over the next five years to make its cars greener. This also good news for buyers of Land Rovers here. For instance, 'Stop start' will be introduced on the Freelander diesel later this year and that alone will reduce the CO2 emissions from 194g/km to 179g/km, with a welcome reduction in the new cost of that Land Rover and also road tax.

G4 Challenge adventure vehicles take to Irish roads

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The ultimate adventure vehicles, which will take part in the world’s most gruelling driving and adventure competition, the Land Rover G4 Challenge, are travelling around Ireland this week as part of a major recruitment drive to find the country’s top adventure enthusiasts.

Land Rover maps out its green route

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Land Rover is investing £700 million over the next five years to make its cars greener.

Four Mayo men compete in Land Rover G4 Challenge

Peter Jordan from Castlebar, Cormac MacDonnell, Ronan Ryan and Patrick O’Hora, all from Ballina, have been selected to compete in the national selections of the Land Rover G4 Challenge, one of the world’s most gruelling 4x4 driving and adventure events. The national selections are taking place on Sunday November 30 and Monday December 1 at Eastnor Castle, Ledbury in the UK.

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