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Hue's Hill is a steep climb topped by the Toblerone, designed to cross-axle the car, lift its wheels into the air and show off the traction control, while Del's Drop brings the Hill Descent Control into play.
Standard on all versions are electronic stability control, traction control, hill start assist and hill descent control.
One of the most remarkable features is the latest generation ESP hill hold assist and hill descent control plus electronic differential lock, anti-slip regulation and off-road ABS.
In addition, all Patrols also offer a new hill start assist and hill descent control which can also be selected easily with the touch of a button.
Even the lowest priced Kyron conditioning, electronic stability programme, hill descent control, ABS brakes, a Kenwood radio and CD player and steering wheel audio controls.
The Kyron starts at pounds 14,995 and offers air conditioning, electronic stability programme (ESP), hill descent control (HDC), ABS brakes, a Kenwood radio and CD player and steering wheel audio controls.
Further, driving will be made quieter by a redesigned powertrain and new acoustic materials; off-road performance will be improved by hill hold control and hill descent control (applicable to the five-door vehicles with the 3.
Despite its sophistication, this is a real Land Rover in every sense, with a full set of off-road kit including low ratio gears and differential locks, plus hill descent control and traction control.