Yes from time to time, I will take my Range Rovers off-roading. I would certinaly not call it hard core, but I have broken a few things and had a few adrenaline induced sweats. In general, I try to keep the modification to the Rover at a minimum. I find that it can be an expensive and troublesome game to modify the Rovers too extensively. I also really just like to see how far I can take a vehicle with only upgraded tires. After tires as a modification, I would really only consider rock sliders on the sides, just to protect the door sills. Most of the videos and pictures are from Moab.
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