Range Rover: Sand - Terrain response - Range Rover Owner's ManualRange Rover: Sand

This program should be used for terrain which is predominantly soft dry sand

This program should be used for terrain which is predominantly soft dry sand or deep gravel.

Note: If the vehicle is unable to gain traction in extremely soft, dry sand, switching DSC off may help. DSC should be switched on again as soon as the difficulty is overcome.

If the sand to be crossed is damp/wet, and sufficiently deep to cause the wheels to sink into the surface, the Mud-Ruts program should be used.

    Mud-ruts
    This program should be used for crossing terrain that is muddy, rutted, soft or uneven. Low range is recommended for this program and if not selected, the message center will prompt you. If th ...

    Rock crawl
    This program should be used for terrain which is predominantly rocky, including for crossing river beds with submerged rocks. This program provides good low-speed control. Rock crawl can only be ...

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    Limited Guidance Areas
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