The defender land rover is one of the most popular and iconic off-road vehicles on the market. It has been in production since 1948 and has built a reputation for its hard-working capabilities. It is capable of handling the toughest terrain, sand, mud, and water.
The latest Defender is a fully redesigned and updated model that has kept the spirit of the original in tact. It’s the perfect vehicle for those who want a modern and luxurious 4×4 that can take them off road when needed and still be a comfortable and enjoyable car to drive on the roads.
It has a variety of trim levels to choose from, including two-door 90 models, four-door 110 and 130 models, and plug-in hybrid versions of all three that are able to go completely electric up to 27 miles on battery power alone. All of the trim levels come with standard equipment such as a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, automatic transmission, all-wheel drive and locking differentials.
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There is a lot to love about the Defender, from its rugged exterior look to its incredibly well thought out interior. With a great deal of storage locations, rubberized floors/seatbacks and thoughtful materials use throughout, the new Defender is an impressive effort from Land Rover.
It also has the benefit of being able to offer a great range of optional accessories, including a variety of different engines. The range starts with a base four-cylinder and goes all the way up to a V8.