Range Rover Evoque: Before driving off-road

Before venturing off-road, it is absolutely essential that inexperienced drivers become fully familiar with the vehicle's controls. In particular Hill Descent Control (HDC) and the Terrain Response system.

Basic guidance for Off-Road driving can be found in the Land Rover Off-Road Driving handbook. This is a free download at:

www.ownerinfo.landrover.com.

Also, Off-Road training is available at Land Rover Experience centres. Further information is available at:

www.landroverexperience.com.

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 Terrain response operation

Terrain Response selection is via one of two centre console switches. Depending on vehicle specification, the control switches may include a Dynamic program setting. Use the switches to move throu

 Dynamic

This special program is associated with a driving style rather than a type of terrain. Choose this program for exploiting the vehicle's full on-road potential, providing a more focussed and invo

 General program (special programs off)

This program is compatible with all on and off-road conditions. If not already active, it should be selected before driving on surfaces which are similar to a hard road surface. Dry cobbles, tar

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 Airbag warning lamp

Airbag warning lamp The airbag warning lamp is mounted in the instrument pack and will illuminate as a bulb check when the ignition is turned on. If the warning lamp indicates that a fault is present in the system, do not use a child restraint on the front passenger seat. If any of the

 Fuel filler

When refuelling ensure that all windows, doors, and sunroof are fully closed, particularly if young children or animals are in the vehicle. Do not attempt to fill the tank to its maximum capacity. If the vehicle is to be parked on a slope, in direct sunlight, or high ambient temperature,

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