Land Rover Defender 110 Price and Features Revealed

ByIsaac BoberOctober 16, 2019
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Land Rover Defender 110 Price and Features Revealed

Pricing and features for the 2020 Land Rover Defender 110 has been revealed ahead of the all-new Defender arriving in Australia next year.

Land Rover Australia has announced pricing for the all-new Defender 110 which will arrive in Australia early next year, followed by the three-door Defender 90 later in the year. Prices will see the entry-model Defender 110 D200 hit the market at $10 under $70k ($69,990+ORCs) which makes it more expensive than the Wrangler Rubicon Diesel (even with key cost options included). The D200 runs a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine making 147kW and 430Nm of torque and is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. The entry-level 110 will also be offered with the gruntier D240 engine making 177kW and 430Nm of torque which lists from $75,900+ORCs.

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The next step up is the S D240 which lists at $83,800+ORCs followed by the SE D240 $91,300+ORCs, and the petrol-powered SE P400 (3.0-litre straight six with 48V mild hybrid) making 294kW and 550Nm of torque and listing from $103,100+ORCs. The HSE P400 sees the price climb to $112,900+ORCs while the limited-run First Edition diesel-powered D240 lists at $102,500+ORCs with the top-spec X P400 listing from an eye-watering $137,100+ORCs.

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In terms of standard features, the entry-level model will get LED headlights, 18-inch alloys with all-terrain tyres, cabin walkthrough, fabric seats with eight-way adjust for the driver and passenger, 10-inch Pivi Pro infotainment system and native sat-nav, 3D surround camera and 360-degree parking assistance, lane-keep assist, traffic sign recognition with adaptive speed limiter, and the basic Terrain Response system which allows you to dial through terrain-based settings but doesn’t include an automatic mode.

The S variant adds automatic high-beam assist, 19-inch alloys, leather interior with 12-way semi-powered front seats and an interactive driver display in addition to the 10-inch infotainment systems.

The SE adds premium LEDs with daytime running lights and fog lights, keyless entry, 20-inch alloys, clearsight rear vision mirror, beefy Meridian sound system and the blind spot assistance pack. The HSE adds sliding panoramic roof, matrix LED lights, 20-inch alloys, Windsor leather seats with 14-way heated and cooled electric memory driver and passenger seats and four-way manual headrest adjustment, and a driver assist pack.

The range-topping 110 X adds black contrasting roof and bonnet, sliding panoramic roof, orange brake calipers, rear recovery eyes, 20-inch alloys, Windsor leather interior with heated and cooled seats, 700W Meridian sound system, head-up display, electronic active differential, Terrain Response 2, and configurable terrain response. We don’t have a full price breakdown for the accessory packs but will update this article when we get it.

Question: Is the pricing right, or has Land Rover made an off-road icon into a Toorak Tractor?