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‘Petrol heads’, existing and potential clients treated to a Ride and Drive by Jaguar Land Rover

‘Petrol heads’, existing and potential clients treated to a Ride and Drive by Jaguar Land Rover

Assertive and agile; maximum driving exhilaration with efficiency and versatile mid-size SUV’s were words echoed by potential and existing clients, who were treated to Jaguar Land Rover Windhoek’s ‘Ride and Drive’ experience last weekend.

The ‘Ride and Drive’ experience aimed at giving potential and existing clients a ‘feel’ of what the dealership has on offer, of which it did not disappoint.

The event provided clients with the opportunity to test drive vehicles which ranged from the Jaguar XE, XF, F-Pace to the Range Rover Evoque, and the Land Rover Discovery.

The vehicles driven in a convoy, was led by two Jaguar Land Rover Experience Drivers (SA), trained to handle any possible on-road situation. The drive started off at the Jaguar Land Rover dealership to Gross Barmen, located around 100 km from Windhoek.

Intermittent stops along the experience, allowed drivers to do ‘driver changes’ which allowed everyone to experience the array of vehicles on the excursion.

Jaguar Land Rover Windhoek’s, Marketing Manager, Liezl Brockerhoff, said that the Ride and Drive experience is intended to showcase the on and off-road capabilities of the vehicles, with this particular activity focusing more on Jaguar and it’s on road prowess.

Upon arrival at Gross Barmen, the Jaguar Land Rover team treated their clients to a variety of massages in a tranquil setting, which was ideal after the heart racing driving experience, where after a delightful lunch was served. Once back in Windhoek, clients were spoiled with pre-Valentines gifts from the dealership.

The next Ride and Drive experience will focus on demonstrating the renowned off-road capabilities of the Land Rover range and will present clients with the opportunity to explore the multiple functions of the vehicles, Ms Brockerhoff said.

Caption: Some of the vehicles which were part of the experience


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