The Land Rover Defender exhibits cool confidence, taking on all kinds of terrain with accomplished ability. Offering everything you need to stay comfortable and safe – no matter whether you're driving off the road or on it – it's not hard to understand why the Defender enjoys global popularity.
Large and daring both inside and out, the Defender is maximised for rough and ready use. Land Rover has also updated the Defender's design, primed for use by customers in the new decade. Interior style and space are also of paramount concern to the Land Rover Defender. The hard top model is available in a choice of two wheelbases, offering supreme functionality coupled with secure load carrying capability. Interior features such as manual dipping interior rear view mirror, heated rear screen glass and manually adjustable exterior mirrors give you controlled and clear visibility whatever the conditions.
Amongst the range of powerful new engines is a fresh 2.2-litre diesel engine paired with a GFT MT 82 six-speed gearbox, which replaced the 2.4-litre engine of the current Defender's predecessor. With each of the engine options, power and performance is mated with generous fuel economy that keeps the Defender venturing far and wide where other 4x4s would need refuelling. Satisfying torque and acceleration ensures the Defender doesn't falter when under pressure – and the new ventilated disc brakes, alongside optional packs for S and SE trim levels, define the 4x4's ability to deliver a dynamic and determined drive.
Matching the technology under the bonnet, the central console comes with climate control and entertainment features – not to mention great storage space. When you need to store cargo in the back, the comfortable seats can be lowered to make more room. If you’ll be transporting passengers more than luggage, then the optional upholstery packs mean the Defender experience is comfortable and stylish as well as perfectly supported.