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Kiter25



Member Since: 19 Sep 2021
Location: Beauty
Posts: 122

Scotland 
Land Rover Experience Day
Brilliant day at LRE Scotland had to wait a bit to get a defender slot but well worth it. Upgraded to the full day and worth it. Definitely makes you realise just how capable they are.



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 23my p400e x dynamic hse, fuji white, towing pack, comfort and convenience, e diff, activity key, 3 zone climate, cold climate and a host of accessories
Post #960742 5th Aug 2022 8:56pm
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J77



Member Since: 04 Nov 2019
Location: Fife
Posts: 2638

Scotland 
My last LR Experience day was a full day in the old defender, haven’t used any of my vouchers for a long time. 23MY 110 D250 XS Edition, Hakuba Silver

Gone - 21MY Defender 90 D200 S, Tasman Blue, Fuji White roof.
Post #960744 5th Aug 2022 9:20pm
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Nuclear Nick



Member Since: 21 Aug 2021
Location: Southwest
Posts: 119

United Kingdom 
I did the full day at Eastnor on Monday. Absolutely brilliant day, learnt a lot and was astounded at what this vehicle will do. Most of the surfaces were bone dry so will plan on going again when its wet.
Post #960770 6th Aug 2022 6:13am
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Stacey007



Member Since: 25 Sep 2015
Location: Cheshire
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Done these in both the Full Fat RR and the New Defender

Great day out,

Also done part of the course in my old Series 3 Smile


Both have been at the Peckforton Castle site in Cheshire
Post #960848 6th Aug 2022 7:38pm
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XplusYplusZ



Member Since: 16 Aug 2021
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I assume from the pics you do it in their vehicles, not your own?
Post #962504 22nd Aug 2022 11:45am
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Stacey007



Member Since: 25 Sep 2015
Location: Cheshire
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^ You would generally do it in their cars....


Normally with an instructor along side. During out visit with the Defenders it was one car to yourself and you were given a CB radio and the instructor used that Smile

My lad and I had a great time.

In the Full Fat we had an instructor Smile





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Post #962512 22nd Aug 2022 12:55pm
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whiterdesign



Member Since: 10 Jun 2021
Location: Preston
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Went to LR Skipton last week. Took my 7 year old grandson with me and he loved it. The Instructor was brilliant and got my grandson involved with everything we did. Last time I was there was for the Defender launch event and due to covid we communicated with the instructor with walkie talkies as he was in a separate vehicle. 110 XS 250 in Gondwana Stone, Cold climate pack and towbar
Post #962513 22nd Aug 2022 1:12pm
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