Irony in the naming: Overfinch Range Rover Country Pursuits

Irony in the naming: Overfinch Range Rover Country Pursuits

Here’s some irony. Overfinch has named its latest Range Rover the Country Pursuits, yet it’s so low you’d be lucky to get it down an English B-Road.

I know what type of country pursuits I like to get up to (cue shimmery nostalgic music, an English meadow in late summer, a fresh-faced girl and the urge of teenage loins), but that will most likely be vastly different to those that anyone who can afford the $400,000 to acquire this beast – they will undoubtedly be using it to drop their kids off to the public school, and will brave the kerbs and raised manhole covers

Here’s some irony. Overfinch has named its latest Range Rover the Country Pursuits, yet it’s so low you’d be lucky to get it down an English B-Road.

I know what type of country pursuits I like to get up to (cue shimmery nostalgic music, an English meadow in late summer, a fresh-faced girl and the urge of teenage loins), but that will most likely be vastly different to those that anyone who can afford the $400,000 to acquire this beast – they will undoubtedly be using it to drop their kids off to the public school, and will brave the kerbs and raised manhole covers

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