1983-1990 Land Rover Defender 110 review
With a pedigree of 50 years of Land Rover innovation and technology, the Defender continues to evolve. Wading, towing, winching, carrying, protecting: it's all part of everyday life for Defender. Defender has real pulling power whether hauling trailers on and off-road, or reeling and positioning with its powerful accessory winches. Defender's stance, traction, grip, and dependable power make it the world's favourite towing and winching vehicle.
At Defender's heart is the Td5 5 cylinder 2.5 litre diesel engine. With a torque of 300Nm at 1950 rpm, it not only performs superlatively in its class but actually out-performs many larger capacity diesel engines. Permanent four-wheel drive ensures the Defender is sure-footed and unstoppable, whether climbing mountain trails, crossing desert sands, or deep-wading through rivers. Permanent four-wheel drive ensures power is sent to all four wheels continuously, on or off-road. For really sticky situations, the Centre Diff-lock can be used to literally lock out the differential action and force power to be split equally between each axle for maximum traction.
Whether it's towing, climbing or off-road driving, control of engine torque is provided through a robust dual range transfer box. This gives drivers more control and the flexibility of ten forward and two reverse gears. A range of stylish and robust accessories have been conceived for Defender to further add to its design integrity and extend and tailor its capabilities.
The 110 seats up to five people, while still offering room for carrying a serious payload. Seating can be split in the second row to make room for larger luggage, or removed all-together.
Release Year 2001
Body Wagon 4 doors 5 seats
Engine Five cylinders, SOHC, cast-iron, cross-flow alloy head, Diesel induction.
Maximum Power 90kW @ 4200rpm KW
Transmission 5 speed Manual
Fuel 75 Fuel tank capacity (litres)