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The new Land Rover Defender line-up explained

The new Land Rover Defender line-up explained

By Swansway Motor Group 21-11-2019

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Here we take a look at the various grades on offer

Earlier this year Land Rover unveiled its all-new Defender after a three-year absence from the firm’s line-up.   

Updated to comply with tight emissions and safety regulations, as well as boasting more tech than ever, Land Rover has still ensured this model is exceptionally capable on challenging terrain. 

Here we’re taking a look at the new line-up, and the first choice needs to be choosing your body size.

New Land Rover Defender line up

If you want something compact – the smaller three-door Defender 90 is the version for you, whereas if you need something more practical, there’s the Defender 110. 

From the end of 2020, buyers will also be able to choose a new ‘Commercial’ option – aimed at those looking for a more rugged and upmarket alternative to a pick-up or a van. 

Here’s a quick guide to what’s available on the new Defender, and please note that prices weren’t available for the Defender 90 at the time of writing, so all prices correlate to the larger 110. Expect the ‘90’ to be around £5,000 cheaper than the ‘110’. 

Entry-level Defender 110 – from £45,240

Standard kit includes LED headlights, a heated windscreen, 18-inch steel wheels, heated and electrically-operated front seats and a 10-inch touchscreen with satellite navigation, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

It’s also loaded with driver assistance tech – including a 3D surround camera, cruise control, traffic sign recognition and emergency braking. 

S – from £48,695

This version adds high beam assist, 19-inch alloy wheels, a leather steering wheel and half-leather seats.

Interior dashboard of new Land Rover Defender

SE – from £52,625

In addition to the S, this SE features premium LED headlights, keyless entry, 20-inch alloy wheels, an electric steering column, a Meridian sound system and blind spot monitoring. 

HSE – from £60,505

Next is the HSE, which adds Matrix LED headlights, a heated steering wheel, upgraded Windsor leather seats that are also ventilated. Adaptive cruise control also features on this version. 

X – from £78,800

This flagship grade adds a panoramic glass roof, heated rear seats, an upgraded Meridian sound system and a head-up display.

It also features far more advanced off-road technology – including adaptive suspension and an electronic active differential.

As for styling, it’s set apart by its grey 20-inch alloy wheels, orange brake callipers, darkened rear lights, and contrasting black roof and bonnet. 

New Land Rover Defender 2019

There is also a ‘First Edition’ model, too, which costs from £58,860. This is essentially based on the SE, but incorporated various aspects from the HSE and X trims, with highlights including a panoramic roof, Matrix LED headlights and First Edition branding. 

Find out more about the new Land Rover Defender.

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