A Range Rover is no match for the humble VW Vanagon Syncro

A Range Rover can go anywhere. Except when the person behind the wheel doesn’t know how to use the Terrain Response system. A Volkswagen Syncro driver likely understands every bit of their machine, and this is proof of that.
While the Range Rover driver sits making mud angels, the Syncro van rolls up this muddy field right past the languid Landie.
This, my friends, is beautiful automotive poetry.
[Source: Facebook]

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6 responses to “A Range Rover is no match for the humble VW Vanagon Syncro”

  1. theskig Avatar

    That’s why all Range Rovers are in city center. Climbing sidewalks is their mission.

  2. Zentropy Avatar

    Sometimes too much power is a bad thing, be it in the mud as above, or on the blacktop.

    1. outback_ute Avatar

      Not to mention highway tyres

  3. neight428 Avatar

    Weight and tires count for a lot when you’re getting stuck or not, as does avoiding ruts. The RR should have just nailed the throttle and either found some traction down there somewhere or else go down in a fog of atomized mud/glory.

  4. HuntRhymesWith Avatar

    They could use the Polish winch- a long rope from the front tow hook being pulled by a half dozen men on dry soil.

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