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Land Rover Defender D90, D110, D130

Land Rover Defender four wheel drives come in two main model lines: the D90 on a 92.9" wheel-base and the D110 on a 110" wheel-base. A variety of body-styles is available: soft-top, ute (tray), hard-top (van), station-wagon. The extra-long wheel-base D130 (127" wheel-base) comes with various bodies, including a crew-cab with a tray at the rear.

All Land Rover Defenders use coil suspension and disc brakes all round, and have full-time four wheel drive.

Defenders were originally available with the 3.5L V8 and with 2.5L 4-cyl petrol and diesel engines. (Early Australian units also had Isuzu 4BD1 3.9L diesels factory-fitted.) Since late 1994, only the 2.5L `300' Tdi (turbo-charged direct injection) diesel has been offered, except for special orders.

1998/99: The 2.5 litre 5-cylinder turbo charged diesel Td5 engine became the standard engine in Land Rover Defenders in most markets.

[picture of UK Landrover Defender D90 jpg] UK Land Rover Defender D90
Australian Defender D110 [picture of Landrover Defender D110 jpg]
Landrover Defender 130 office / camper UK 130 was a mobile-lab', now a off-road camper.

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