Sydney’s Land Rover Servicing Specialists
Land Rover has developed 7 different types of models that have changed throughout the years. With those changes comes changes in the needs of the vehicle and that’s where Automotive Skills can help. The most important part of your car is the engine, without it your car would fail in every aspect – so we are going to dive deep to help you – our clients – to understand just what we are servicing.
Automotive skills employ some of the best Land Rover specialists in Sydney. With Land Rover cars being around since 1948 and an established company since 1978, it is important that you leave your car servicing with capable and knowledgeable mechanics. Come and see the experts in Land Rover servicing in Sydney and surrounding suburbs.
Lets start with the newest engines bought out by Land Rover:
The Ingenuim Land Rover engines
Land Rover considers the Ingenuim engines the future of Land Rover. The Ingenuim engines have been tailored made to reduce running cost, decrease environmental impact and maximise performance – its also super quite and smooth to drive. The straight – six Ingenuim diesel engines replace the V6 and V8 engines previously used. It makes a little more power and less torque AND is whole lot more economical – making it the perfect engine for the modern day person. The WLPT figures, spec dependent, are between 29 and 31mpg, which means CO2 of 241 to 259kg.
This engine has been subjected to over 3 million km’s of real world testing, as well as 72,000 hours of dyno testing (that’s over 8 years of worst case scenario operating conditions!!!)
This engine was designed on a blank page by a team of the world’s finest engineers – this means that it has no engineering compromise’s and is ‘future proof’. Meaning that it can be adapted to integrate future technology and respond to regulation changes.
This 2 .0 litre, four cylinder turbo-diesel engine is now available in the Discovery Sport, Discovery, Evoque and sport models. It will be introduced to updated versions of older models and well as newly unveiled ones.
What does this mean from your Land Rover servicing?
Your car should be routinely serviced throughout its life and is usually dependent on how many KM’s you travel. Vehicles are fitted with a service indicator on the dashboard. This indicator takes into account your driving style and conditions before lighting up.
Stay tuned for next week we will talk about the SDV6 3.0-litre diesel engine.