REYKJAVIK, Iceland – “Rocks are your friends,” says veteran off-roader Daphne Greene. Her tone is playfully patronizing. But the Camel Trophy driver makes a serious point when she notes that Land Rover’s new-for-North-America sport/utility vehicle (SUV) isn’t built to race Baja. However, when called upon, it can make a molehill out of a mountain. Superior wheel travel – seven inches in front and eight inches in back – creates the potential for some genuine R&R. (Recreation and ...
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