The Land Rover Defender was initially developed in 1948 as a British Built utility vehicle. Favoured by the military around the world for its reliability in adverse conditions, quickly earning the title of “Best 4×4 by far”. Built in Solihull this iconic marque has evolved dramatically over the years to where it is today. From 2007 the Defender was fitted with a 2.4 litre, four cylinder in-line turbo diesel engine. Producing an impressive 359Nm of torque at 2,200rpm from its 122bhp engine.
The Land Rover Defender 110 TDCI Double Cab offered here at Autostorico is a 2010 “10” plate finished in Tamar Blue metallic with Grey interior trim. Having covered a mere 50,357 miles and boasting a comprehensive service history. Specification highlights include; Remote central locking, Side steps, Privacy glass, Exterior roll cage, Snorkel, Privacy glass, Custom body cover, Roof rack and ladder, Shotgun lockers, Performance alloy wheels with BF Goodrich mud terrain tyres, Electric front windows, Front bull bar, Towbar, Checker plate, Parrott Bluetooth system and Warrior electric winch.