Tow Cars News


The much anticipatied Land Rover Defender was launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Arriving via a 45 degree slope, the new Defender looks like a world beater! It's iconic shape has been retained yet brought into the 21st century, with the added features that today's modern driver would expect.

“The new model will represent 70 years of innovation and improvement; honouring the vehicle’s history for rugged solidity while thoroughly remaining a Defender for the 21st century." – Land Rover

The unique monocoque architecture contributes to Defender being the toughest and strongest vehicle that Land Rover have ever created. The Defender confidently takes you anywhere. The vehicle’s capabilities are strengthened with outstanding geometry and Configurable Terrain Response.

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A new image of the 2020 Land Rover Defender has been launched ahead of its debut later this year. The image which was tweeted out which shows the digital gauge cluster of the alleged new car, showing an uncamouflaged look at the vehicle. It shows a digital render on the side view of the car, showing the best-uncovered look of the vehicle. From the images, the car looks to have a much more modern design compared to the previous generation.

Details on the car’s interior remain tightly guarded, In an official statement, Land Rover said: “Jaguar Land Rover runs a wide range of engineering and technology development programmes. We are unable to comment on the specific nature of these programmes." – Land Rover

It retains the iconic boxy and sturdy shape but seems to have a slightly more rounded face. The car also appears to come with small oval LED lights at the front and black wing mirror, B-and D-pillars and a body-coloured floating C-pillar.

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BMW 5 Series 520d Touring xDrive M Sport
Retains Title in the 1700-1899kg weight class

Last year's overall winner is back to defend its class title, and it's still brilliant. The 520d offers just about everything you might want from a tow car.

BMW should be very pleased with this result: it’s not as if the opposition is weak this year. The Volvo V60 Cross Country, in particular, runs the 5 Series very close. – Admin

Go for the xDrive version and your 5 Series comes with four-wheel drive. Pulling a caravan or horsebox over wet grass is much easier in a car that sends power to all four wheels, and it helps with hill starts in the wet, too. As a tow car, the 520d's outstanding feature is stability. In the lane-change test and at high speeds it maintains firm control over the caravan.

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Heavyweight Class 1900kg PLUS - Winner - Land Rover Discovery

The Land Rover Discovery makes a habit of winning our heaviest weight class, but it faced serious competition in 2019. The new BMW X5, the Mercedes GLE, and the Volkswagen Touareg all proved very strong tow cars.

But, if you want to tow a big caravan or trailer over long distances, and end your journey feeling relaxed, the Discovery is still the best car for the job. The 3.0-litre SDV6 diesel engine has tremendous pulling power, and makes short work of towing a heavy twin-axle caravan up to speed. It's a refined engine, too, with very little noise making its way into the car, even under acceleration.

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Land Rover Range Rover Sport P400e HSE Dynamic - Receives Best Plug-in Hybrid

A muscular, powerfully planted stance and distinctive rearward sloping roof endow this vehicle with a truly sporting character. A dynamic look completed by the sleek wrap-around LED headlights and Animated Directional Indicators.

Range Rover Sport is undoubtedly our most dynamic SUV ever. Performance and capability are exceptional; and a range of advanced technologies deliver an assured, confident driving experience. With sportier design cues and a powerful, muscular stance, this is a vehicle designed for impact. – Land Rover

Exceptional on-road performance and all-terrain capabilities elevate this vehicle into a class of its own. Exuding confidence, its sporty design is complemented by truly responsive driving dynamics and seamlessly integrated technology. With a wide range of engines and a light aluminium monocoque body, it delivers a fast, refined performance.

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Ford Focus Estate 1.5 EcoBlue 120PS Titanium X Wins 1400 - 1549kg Fuel Economy Award

Titanium X Key exterior features, in addition to Titanium

  • 17" 10x2-spoke alloy wheels in 'Luster Nickel' Finish
  • Privacy glass Key interior features, in addition to Titanium
  • Partial leather trim
  • Soft console knee pads
  • Unique door and instrument panel inserts
  • 6-way power adjust driver seat Bodystyles 5-door, Estate
1. 0L Ford EcoBoost petrol (125 PS)
2. 5L Ford EcoBoost petrol (150 PS)
3. 5L Ford EcoBlue diesel (120 PS)
4. 0L Ford EcoBlue diesel (150 PS)

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