|Land Rover Defender|
The Land Rover Defender’s body style in two- and four-door form carried on into the 1980s as Series II and Series III. Land Rover’s utilitarian off-road SUV became known as the Defender Ninety and Defender One Ten in 1985, with the numbers respectively representing the two- and four-door models’ wheelbases, rounded to the nearest 10.
|Series I Land Rover|
These models were changed to the numerical 90 and 110 from 1991 and continue to be sold all over the world today. The Land Rover Defender has received numerous updates over the years to make it more capable, economical, comfortable, and convenient. For people seeking a higher level of specification in their Defender, Land Rover has just updated its option list to offer even more exterior and interior choices.
|First vehicle many saw across the world|
|Tough, dependable and rugged|
The chassis frame is available in three different wheelbases and in both standard and heavy-duty. The chassis is married to a total of 14 separate body styles such as pick-ups, soft-tops, crew cabs and station wagons. One can also order a unique bespoke Land Rover Defender to suit their needs.
Paired with the power unit is a six-speed gearbox. The lower first gear offers low crawl speed making off-roading much easier. The low-down engine torque also helps in-gear acceleration and the tall sixth gear ensures excellent real-world cruising, refinement and fuel economy.
|Defender Station Wagon|
|Discovery inspired cockpit|
A powerful heating and ventilation system is designed to cope with the most extreme climates and features aluminium plate and fin heat exchangers to deliver impressive performance. Tall front seats are designed to improve maximum back support and headrest ergonomics in the most demanding of driving conditions and there are robust, supportive second row seats too. Versatile stowage shelves are conveniently located for both the driver and passenger.
|Customize to your desires|
|Middle row seats|
The Defender 90 Station Wagon second row occupants benefit from a pair of individual, full-size, forward-facing rear seats. The third row seats are accessed either through the rear door or by folding the second row seats. They can also be easily folded and stowed sideways in the boot.
|Alpine sound system|