Established in 1972 Lees Autos operated for many years from Vernon Mill, Stockport building up an enviable reputation as THE place in the north west of England for in-depth knowledge and a realistically priced, value-for-money service. The Company are specialists in all aspects of Land Rover maintenance, repairs and servicing. Dave Lees and his team of technicians are able to undertake any work on all Land Rover models, including Range Rover, Discovery, Freelander, Defender and the complete Land Rover series including forward control. Lees Autos have recently moved to larger, purpose built premises in Richardson Street, Stockport giving easy access from the M60, the A6 and the A34 Wilmslow bypass
Land Rover is a British all-terrain vehicle and sport utility vehicle (SUV) manufacturer, based in Solihull, England. Originally the term Land Rover referred to one specific vehicle, a pioneering civilian all-terrain utility vehicle launched on April 30, 1948 at the Amsterdam Motor Show, but was later used as a brand for several distinct models, all four-wheel drive. Starting out as an internal division of Rover, Land Rover has designed and manufactured a range of four-wheel drive vehicles under a succession of owners, including British Leyland, British Aerospace and BMW. Today, the marque is part of the Premier Automotive Group, a division of the Ford Motor Company, and one of the best internationally known and longest lived nameplates of rugged SUVs together with the U.S. Jeep. Land Rovers are manufactured primarily at the Solihull plant, near the major manufacturing centre of Birmingham, England. Production of the “Freelander” has moved recently to the Jaguar car factory at Halewood near Liverpool. The former BL/Rover Group technical centre at Gaydon in Warwickshire is home to the Land Rover R&D headquarters. Land Rovers have competed in the Paris Dakar Rally as well as being the vehicle used for the Camel Trophy as part of a sponsorship deal. Now, Land Rover has its own G4 challenge. Land Rover is so successful that it has outlived its founder Rover, which collapsed in 2005.