Category Archives: Land Rover

How AdBlue® can reduce your car’s harmful emissions

Diesel and petrol engines both produce dangerous emissions that impact on the environment but there is a way you can drastically reduce the harmful gasses your diesel Jaguar Land Rover gives off as well as gaining the optimum performance from your vehicle.

Euro 6 Standards

Since 2005, legislation on diesel vehicles in the UK & Ireland and in the rest of Europe demands a drastic reduction of NOx emissions meaning vehicle manufacturers had to re-think the exhaust system on their vehicles.

These regulations, known as Euro 6, set different standards for diesel and petrol cars. For diesel cars, the new cap on the permitted level of NOx emissions has lowered to 80 mg/km, a dramatic drop from the 180 mg/km level required to meet the previous Euro 5 standards. The limit for NOx from petrol cars remains at 60 mg/km, the same as for the Euro 5 standard.

Harmful Emissions

Diesel engines release emissions that impact on the environment. In recent years, significant investment by the automotive industry has seen the environmental impacts of engines using either fuel reduced and Land Rover has very much set the trend as their advanced selective catalyst reduction (SCR) exhaust after treatment, which features on all 2016 vehicles, will ensure our cars meet EU6 NOx standards.

What is Catalytic Reduction?

Selective Catalytic Reduction is an active exhaust gas after-treatment system which converts NOx into less harmful gases and water. Jaguar Land Rover has adopted the technology to significantly reduce emissions and comply with the strict new emissions standards.

How does DEF work?

A special Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), often referred to as AdBlue®, makes this possible. DEF is an aqueous urea solution (32.5% urea and 67.5% deionized water) that is injected into the exhaust flow. This causes ammonia to be produced, which breaks down up to 98% of NOx into nitrogen and water.

About AdBlue®

AdBlue® converts harmful NOx from your diesel vehicle exhaust into harmless nitrogen and steam, therefore considerably reducing the emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) that are a major source of atmospheric pollution and that lead to smog in urban centres.

32.5% urea and 67.5 deionized water AdBlue consumption varies depending on the particular after-treatment system of the exhaust gasses, but also on driving style and driving conditions. A vehicle that is being driven hard or a car that’s only in start-stop traffic conditions might have a higher AdBlue consumption than one that gets a good mix of city and highway miles.

AdBlue is not toxic and is odorless, but it must be stored and transported with care and if you get any on your skin, rinse thoroughly. 

How to use AdBlue®

AdBlue is very easy to use and is a harmless substance. It is not a fuel, nor a fuel additive but a high purity urea solution that must be used in a dedicated tank (DO NOT ADD IT DIRECTLY INTO YOUR DIESEL TANK) on your vehicle and can be refilled as and when required. For optimum performance of your vehicle never add anything to your AdBlue as even the addition of water could damage the catalyst in your SCR system.

Where to buy AdBlue® for your Jaguar Land Rover

Range Rover L405 and Range Rover Sport L494 AdBlue Exhaust Fluid is available in 1.89 Litre Bottles with Easy Pour Tops. This is a five minute fix that can be done at home without any need to pay stupid dealership prices. Click here to buy AdBlue® diesel exhaust system fluid.

LR Centre Proud Sponsors of Defender Tribute Build

Landrover enthusiasts won’t want to miss the very first episode of Fun Rover’s ‘Defender Tribute Build,’ which aired this week.

And what’s more, LR Centre is excited to be joining them throughout this exciting journey as proud sponsors.

The series sees the complete rebuild of a Defender Tribute, using only original parts, minimal refurbishment and plenty of elbow grease.

And this week our friends at Fun Rover began their efforts to revitalise this British classic.

In the first episode Ben has been busy stripping down the axles, researching paint coatings to use on the chassis and setting up an electrolysis tank to restore steel components from the original vehicle.

As sponsors, LR Centre will be helping Ben and the guys at Fun Rover by providing the vital parts and components they need to replace while also offering whatever expert knowledge we can.

So make sure you follow this exciting project by visiting the Fun Rover blog to chart their progress, and you can view the very first episode by watching the video below.

Land Rover reports best sales performance in its history

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has reported the best sales performance of its history, with the car maker selling more models across the globe than before.

New figures today show the group sold 462,678 vehicles in 2014, which was a 9% increase.

And new product launches, like the Discovery Sport, are expected to help JLR break the 500,000 sales barrier in 2015.

The Jaguar brand delivered its strongest full year performance in nearly a decade, retailing 81,570 vehicles, up 6%, while Land Rover sold 381,108 vehicles in 2014 – a 9% improvement.

JLR also said sales were up across all its key geographical regions, driven by its award-winning portfolio of vehicles.

These latest sales figures represent the group’s fifth year of growth in succession.

New JLR plant opens in China

Jaguar Land Rover’s inaugural overseas manufacturing facility has finally opened in China and the award-winning Range Rover Evoque will be the first model to be built under the first Chinese-British automotive joint venture, with Chery Automobile Company Ltd.

The plant inauguration follows the two-year construction of the factory, which is almost 400,000 square-metres and located in the Changshu Economic Development Zone north of Shanghai.

Dr Ralf Speth, Chief Executive Officer of Jaguar Land Rover, and Mr Yin Tongyao, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Chery Automobile Company, welcomed the formal opening of the facility that aims to be the most advanced and efficient car factory in China.

At the plant inauguration, Dr Speth said: “The opening of this world-class facility is an important milestone for Jaguar Land Rover.

While Mr Yin added: “Chery Jaguar Land Rover remains committed to delivering excellence in its quest to lead the Chinese premium automotive industry through its historic British lineage, world-class quality and unique shared value approach.”

By 2016, the facility is expected to be building three Jaguar Land Rover models with total production capacity of 130,000 units a year.

Those vehicles will be manufactured in highly-automated press shops – including cutting-edge aluminium and steel technologies – along with a steel body shop comprising 306 robots, an energy-efficient paint shop and an ergonomically-friendly final assembly line.

A new aluminium body shop, the first in China, is already under construction, at the Changshu facility, to support the introduction of new Jaguar products.

First Land Rover Discovery Sport leaves Halewood plant

History will be made at Halewood ’s Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) plant this week when the first Land Rover Discovery Sport rolls off the production line.

The new 4×4 model will replace the Land Rover Freelander 2, which car workers at the Knowsley plant finished building last month.

JLR’s Discovery Sport will now go down the same production line as Halewood’s highly successful Range Rover Evoque, which has proved to be a big seller at home and all over the world.

The production of this latest model has led to 250 more jobs at Halewood, taking its total headcount to 4,750, as part of a £200m investment by JLR to support the new model, which bosses hope will be just as successful as the Evoque.

Plant director Richard Else said: “I am delighted to be welcoming the new Land Rover Discovery Sport to Halewood.

“Its arrival has been a further boost to the region and to our committed and loyal workforce who are all passionate ambassadors for this great company.”

JLR chief executive Dr Ralf Speth said he welcomed the decision to award the new model to Halewood, and Liverpool: “It is totally deserved and strengthens the ‘special relationship’ that bonds Jaguar Land Rover to this great city.”

The new line can make as many as 20 pressings each minute and is the first to be installed in any Jaguar Land Rover factory.

Halewood is now working at full 24-hour capacity during the week for the first time in its 50-year history.

New Discovery Sport Model Unveiled

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has unveiled its new Discovery Sport model and described it as “the most accomplished vehicle” of its kind.

The seven-seater Discovery Sport will go on sale in January next year and has already created 250 extra jobs at the company’s plant in Halewood on Merseyside, as it prepares to begin full production of the sleek new addition to the Land Rover family.

JLR launched the Discovery Sport in one of its biggest digital campaigns, including a competition to send four friends into space with Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic craft.

The vehicle, which is expected to cost around £32,000, features in a film shot at Virgin Galactic’s Spaceport America base in New Mexico and includes Sir Richard and iconic adventurers Bear Grylls, Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Virginia McKenna.

JLR group marketing director Phil Popham said: “The new Discovery Sport is an exciting development for the Land Rover Discovery family and demonstrates our commitment to continued investment in new models and innovation.

“This is also great news for our award-winning plant at Halewood and we remain committed to championing high quality production in the UK.

“Discovery Sport’s versatility is a key differentiator. It is quite simply the most accomplished vehicle in its segment.”

Halewood plant director Richard Else added: “In many ways, Halewood has embodied the transformation of Jaguar Land Rover.

“We have seen our workforce treble and production quadruple in just four years.

“Today we are operating three shifts, 24-hours a day, to meet global demand and I am confident that the team there will deliver a flawless launch of this exciting new model.”

JLR Sales Soar for Middle East and North Africa

Jaguar Land Rover has announced that its sales in the Middle East and North Africa rose by 36% in the fiscal year to April 2014.

The company said it achieved an all time sales record in March as the MENA region became its third fastest growing in the world and its fifth largest market.

Commenting on the results, Bruce Robertson, managing director for Jaguar Land Rover MENA said: “In a fiscal year when we introduced our strongest and most comprehensive line-up to date, whilst being awarded the most accolades in the company’s history, our performance in MENA is a phenomenal achievement, and one which firmly places us in the top five markets for Jaguar Land Rover globally.

The impressive figures have been helped in part by the success of the company’s flagship Jaguar XJ, with the luxury brand delivering its highest ever monthly sales recorded in March.

Introduced in 2013, sales of the Range Rover Sport were up 40% while sales of the Range Rover also grew by a massive 110% – highlighting the region’s appetite for its luxury SUVs shows no sign of abating..

Based in Dubai, Jaguar Land Rover MENA serves 17 markets in the region and has a newly launched engineering vehicle testing centre in Dubai, with an all new training academy due to launch in mid-2014.

The company is forecast to grow to 64 dealerships across 18 markets by 2017/18.

Land Rover Announces Global Partnership with Virgin Galactic

Land Rover has revealed a long-term global partnership with Richard Branson’s pioneering commercial spaceline, Virgin Galactic.

The ground breaking deal was announced against the backdrop of SpaceShipTwo, the world’s first commercial passenger carrying spacecraft, together with Land Rover’s new Discovery Vision Concept vehicle on board the USS Intrepid, a former aircraft carrier and now a museum dedicated to the exploration of sea, air and space and anchored on the Hudson River.

The larger-than-life statement illustrates the commitment that both brands share to iconic design and engineering excellence and a desire to push the boundaries of travel for the next generation.

The partnership will see Land Rover vehicles become part of daily life for the Virgin Galactic team and for all ‘Future Astronauts’, with travellers beginning their journey in a Land Rover as they arrive in New Mexico for training – continuing right through to the moment they drive from the space terminal building to the waiting spaceship.

Land Rover will base a fleet of vehicles at the Virgin Galactic test centre in the Mojave Desert, California and at its astounding operational New Mexico base, Spaceport America.

Founder of Virgin Galactic Richard Branson said “We couldn’t be more delighted to have Land Rover join us on our incredible journey. It is hard to think of a brand which is more synonymous with exploration and adventure.

“The safety and engineering excellence of Land Rover’s vehicles, which have been the stuff of legend for more than 65 years, are attributes which also lie at the heart of Virgin Galactic. We look forward to crossing the final frontier together and to a long and fruitful partnership.”

Phil Popham, Group Marketing Director of Jaguar Land Rover said “This is a marriage of two of Britain’s most iconic brands which celebrate shared values, a pioneering spirit and a true sense of adventure. Not only do we both share the same long-term vision to enable mankind to explore, but we also want to develop this partnership to inspire others.”

The Airbag: Saving Lives for Over 30 years

The airbag is something we all take for granted when travelling in modern vehicles. But unlike a seatbelt,  which we think nothing of as a driver or passenger, it’s something few of us (if we’re lucky) will ever see.

Just knowing it is there is reassuring enough for most people.

Believe it or not airbags have been standard in some vehicles for over 30 years now, but their journey from being something of a novelty invention to an every-day safety essential has been anything but a smooth ride.

Here are just some of the key dates in the development of the airbag from the brainchild of a retired engineer to the trusty motoring essential we know it as today.

1952 Retired industrial engineer John W. Hetrick is in involved in a near miss while out for a drive with his wife and daughter. He spent the whole of the drive home thinking: “Why couldn’t some object come out to stop you from striking the inside of the car?” On August 5, 1952, he files his disclosures and waits more than a year for his patent – a process that cost him about $250.

1953 Hetrick received a patent for what he called a “safety cushion assembly for automotive vehicles.” His U.S. Patent No. 2,649,311 was the first prototype for today’s modern airbags. In the same year German inventor Walter Linderer also received a patent in for an “inflatable cushion” to protect drivers in accidents.

1967 Car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz starts to develop airbags for its vehicles prompted by a rapid increase in accidents during the 1960s

1969 A new federal law that mandated ‘automatic occupant protection systems’ for every car in the USA is passed, paving the way for airbags to be mass produced and used in all vehicles.

1970 New Jersey engineer Allen K. Breed invents a device that many say gave birth to the airbag industry. His crash sensing technology, the only one of its kind, is considered the world’s first electromechanical automotive airbag system.

1973 The Oldsmobile Toronado becomes the first car with a passenger airbag, still a rarity at the time.

1980 The airbag makes its name in Europe when Mercedes-Benz introduces the device in Germany as an option on its high-end model W126.

1985 Ford and Chrysler introduce airbags as an extra in all of their vehicles.

1987 The Porsche 944 turbo became the first car to have driver and passenger airbags as standard equipment. This was also the same year also saw the first airbag in a Japanese car, the Honda Legend.

1990 History is made when the first recorded accident between two vehicles in which an airbag deploys to protect each driver occurs on March 12, 1990.

1992 The Jeep Grand Cherokee becomes the first SUV with airbags on the market.

1995 Due to their success in reducing injuries following a collision, Volvo offers side airbags and torso side protection air bags as an option on its 850 models.

2006 Seeing what a success air bags have become in cars over the years, Honda introduces the first air bag systems for motorcycles.

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Carbon Finance – Jaguar Land Rover’s Big Plan for the Future

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) have set themselves an ambitious target to improve health, reduce poverty, and create new opportunities for employment and education around the world by the end of this decade.

So how does the car manufacturer plan on delivering change to almost 12 million people? Carbon finance.

Traditionally a way of offsetting emissions through investment in clean energy solutions and for ClimateCare, the climate and development organization which has worked with Jaguar Land Rover since 2007, carbon finance it’s about going a step further and using this money to both cut carbon emissions and fund development in local communities.

Jaguar Land Rover has supported 50 climate and development projects in 17 countries around the world through the ClimateCare scheme, cutting 10 million tons of carbon emissions and improving the lives of 2 million people.

“We wanted to learn from our experience to date and set ourselves a challenge to do more,” explains Jonathan Garrett, director of corporate social responsibility at Jaguar Land Rover.

He plans to make smart use of carbon finance to both cut carbon and as a cost effective means to deliver almost half the new target and create measurable opportunities for 5 million people by 2020.

A further 5 million people will be engaged through humanitarian, conservation and environmental projects and 2 million through educational initiatives.

Since 2007 JLR has reduced CO2 emissions by 21% per vehicle produced, as well as cutting waste-to-landfill by 75% for each car manufactured. While identifying ways to reduce the impact of production, the company continues to operate one of the world’s largest carbon offset programmes – covering the entire manufacturing assembly process.

The largest carbon finance project that Jaguar Land Rover has supported so far is the Life Straw Carbon for Water project in Kenya. By purchasing all the carbon credits generated from the Busia region of the project, they have supported provision of safe water to more than 700,000 people and funded a carbon reduction equivalent to that generated by UK manufacturing assembly for one year.

In order to achieve this free LifeStraw Family water filters were distributed to households in the region by global health company Vestergaard. These filters use no electricity and, crucially, mean that local people no longer have to collect firewood to boil their water, thereby reducing carbon emissions.

Every householder that is given a water filter is logged by number and geographic location and checked by a third party. The carbon reductions are then independently verified by the Gold Standard Foundation, before being paid for by Jaguar Land Rover.

After a fantastic year for JLR thanks to record breaking sales around the globe, the carbon finance scheme sees the company reinvesting some of the fruits of their labours for those less fortunate.

JLR’s parent company, Indian based Tata motors sees no less than 60% of its profits going towards good causes in struggling communities.

“It’s a win-win,” explains Jonathon Garrett. “It gives back (to communities) in a big way with profits going back to community-related philanthropic projects.”

Land Rover Sales up 13% in February

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) today reported a 14% increase in global sales in February.

The company sold 5,300 Jaguar vehicles, up 15%, while Land Rover sales rose 13% to 25,187.

The car manufacturer who has plants in the Midlands and North West sold 30,487 units over the month long period.

The company’s sales were up 44% in the China region, 12% in North America, 16% in Asia Pacific and 1% in Europe, according to an official statement.

JLR Group Sales Operations Director Andy Goss said: “This has been another solid month for Jaguar Land Rover with continued strong demand for models across the range in our international markets.”

During the first two months of the year, JLR has sold 69,593 vehicles, which is an increase of 13%.

Jaguar Land Rover Plan for Saudi Facility

Jaguar Land Rover look set to open a new car manufacturing plant in Saudi Arabia following talks with the oil rich state.

JLR has signed a deal to examine the financial viability of building cars in the Middle East, with rumours circulating that the company has already earmarked £100m to develop a facility, which could be capable of building 100,000 vehicles a year.

Cars would initially be built using UK components, but in future could contain locally produced parts as Saudi Arabia bids to develop an automotive industry of its own.

A new plant would just be another piece in the company’s international jigsaw following impressive car sales around the globe in recent years.

A Saudi plant would initially build a new version of the Land Rover Discovery and could, over time, create between 4,000 and 5,000 jobs.

Currently JLR exports around 85% of all its products and is in the process of building a new plant near Shanghai in a £1bn joint venture with Chinese car maker Chery to support growing sales of its models throughout China.

Plans for a £240m factory in Brazil, in Rio de Janeiro were also announced at the end of 2013.

A JLR spokesman said: “We can confirm that a detailed feasibility study is under way to consider Saudi Arabia and the possible future location for a Jaguar Land Rover automotive facility.

“A letter of intent has been signed between JLR and the National Industrial Clusters Development Programme to determine the commercial viability of setting up a financially sustainable automotive facility.”

One in a million: Landmark vehicle rolls off the JLR production line in Halewood

The one millionth Land Rover has rolled off the production line at Jaguar Land Rover’s Halewood plant on Merseyside.

The milestone vehicle was painted in a special one-off colour combination and will be auctioned on behalf of Cancer Research UK later this year.

Halewood welcomed the arrival of the Range Rover Evoque, the smallest, most efficient production Range Rover ever made in 2011 and demand has since exceeded expectations with 18,000 advanced orders and a waiting list of 12 months at its peak.

The Evoque, which has so far received more than 130 global awards, is the biggest selling Jaguar Land Rover vehicle yet; breaking Jaguar Land Rover production volume records in both of its first two years on the market.

Production at Halewood has increased significantly over the past 12 months due to the introduction of 24-hour shifts, bringing the arrival of the one millionth vehicle ahead of original forecasts.

The millionth car wowed onlookers thanks to its Fuji-White body with ebony-black alloy wheels and distinctive and unique Firenze-Red contrast roof, matching Firenze-Red mirror scalps and red/black sports seats and interior door panels.

Richard Else, Halewood Operations director, told the Liverpool ECHO: “We are delighted to be celebrating this huge milestone for Halewood. This Evoque looks stunning and is a one-off vehicle that will raise money for Cancer Research UK projects here in the North West.”

Head of volunteer fundraising at Cancer Research UK Simon O’Leary explained: “We are incredibly grateful to Jaguar Land Rover for thinking of us and making such a generous gift.

“Cancer Research UK receives no Government funding for its life-saving research, so every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound donated. The money raised by the auction of the car will make a real difference in the fight against cancer.”

Hybrid Range Rover shows what it can do during Silk Trail expedition.

Three prototype hybrid Range Rovers have shown what they are capable of over the hot deserts of Uzbekistan and the high mountains of Kyrgyzstan as the Silk Trail 2013 continues.

So far the team has covered more than 5,000 miles of their trans-continental voyage from Solihull to the home of parent company TATA in Mumbai.

The two-month journey began in Uzbekistan’s capital city Tashkent, for centuries a stopping post for Silk Road merchants, missionaries and mercenaries. The expedition then entered Kyrgyzstan, the 11th of the 14 countries on its route.

In August Jaguar Land Rover announced details of the new Range Rover hybrid model, which will go on sale in 2014. With the new models combining Land Rover’s existing 3.0-liter V6 diesel engine and an eight-speed automatic gearbox with a compact 47bhp electric motor.

Bad weather and difficult driving conditions have meant that the vehicles have often been put through their paces on this difficult leg of the journey.

Following recent heavy rain, the steep inclined roads were so wet and muddy that even the most capable hybrid four-wheel-drive vehicles in the world had to fight their way forward yard-by-yard. But the new model showed it was more than a match for the conditions; as they overcame all that was put in front of them with minimum fuss.

Despite heavy loads and the punishing terrain, the hybrid Range Rovers have suffered only four punctures and one cracked windscreen between them.

The Range Rover hybrids have been able to travel on their electric motors only, gliding downhill in near-silence, with the braking for hairpin bends often enough to regenerate the battery’s charge.

The convoy is expected to reach Mumbai on October 15th.

JLR will create 1,700 more jobs thanks to huge investment programme

Jaguar Landrover (JLR) have announced they are to create 1,700 jobs at their Solihull plant as part of a £1.5 billion expansion and investment project.

The announcement was made at the Frankfurt motor show by JLR chief executive Ralf Speth.

The jobs at the Solihull site would bring the total number of jobs it had created in the UK over the last three years to almost 11,000.

Most of the investment will go into designing systems to allow the chassis of future models to be made out of aluminium – the first of which are expected to be new mid-sized sports saloon cars that will be introduced in 2015.

Speaking to an expectant audience, Mr Speth said: “Today’s announcement signals Jaguar Land Rover’s ambitions to push the boundaries and redefine premium car ownership.

“Jaguar Land Rover is a business driven by design, technology and innovation and this investment and level of job creation is yet further evidence of our commitment to advancing the capability of the UK automotive sector and its supply chain.”

Car manufacturers are keen on using aluminium in production as it is so much lighter than other materials available and increases fuel efficiency.

The first car using the aluminium platform will be a smaller than other Jaguar models, but it’s hoped that it will ultimately be flexible enough to be the base for future models of either Jaguar or Land Rover cars.

In order to demonstrate the flexibility of the system, JLR has also unveiled a concept car called the C-X17, which is halfway between a sports car and an SUV – breaking new ground for the car giant who are yet to venture into this area of the market.

source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-24018350

Record breaking performance from new Range Rover Sport

Land Rover’s 2014 Range Rover Sport has certainly burst onto the scene in style; setting new records at this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.

The new generation Sport managed an average speed of 59.17 mph, on the 12.42 mile long course – with the vehicle completing the course in just 12 minutes 35.61 seconds.

Equipped with a massive 5.0 litre supercharged V8 engine, the 2014 model made light work of the course and left the competition in its wake.

The performance bodes well for Land Rover’s new SUV, which boasts a 510 horsepower engine, custom Meridian audio system, advanced safety facilities, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment interface and the latest generation of Land Rover’s Terrain Response 2 traction management system.

Take a look at the new Range Rover Sport in action during the 2013 Pikes Peak Challenge:

25 Must Have Accessories for your Land Rover

For those of us who own a Land Rover, Range Rover or any other off road vehicle ourselves, or have undertaken the Land Rover Experience (which I all suggest you try by the way) is fully aware of just how enjoyable it can be to push the suspension, rugged tires and powerful engine to their absolute limit!

Whether you’re a heart pounding thrill seeker, with a taste of the dirt track, or you prefer to stick to the road, safety being top on your list of requirements, you always want to look the part.

Rest assured, with these easy to install parts and accessories, you’re certain to be the envy of the open road!

  1. Cargo Barrier
  2. Folding Rear Step

  3. Raised Air Intake
  4. Bike Carrier – Towbar Mounted 
  5. Water Sport Roof Hold
  6. Side Steps
  7. Fog Lamps
  8. Safari Driving Lamps
  9. Rear Assists
  10. Interior Oak Vent Covers
  11. Alloy Pedal Kit
  12. Coloured Door Handle Skins

  13. Winch system
  14. Tubular Bumper with Attached Winch
  15. Coloured Lamp Kit
  16. Coloured Covers for Safari Lamps
  17. Wheel Cover


  18. Wheel Centre Cap
  19. Snow Chains
  20. Mud Flaps
  21. Tyre Valve Cap
  22. Heavy Duty Tow Bar
  23. Cargo Retention Net
  24. Front Lamp Guards
  25. Rear Bumper Tread Plate