Land Rover Defender dimensions
Latest model: Land Rover Defender 4×4 (2007)
Length: 181.1 (in) = 4599 (mm)
Width: 70.5 (in) = 1790 (mm)
Height: 81.3 (in) = 2065 (mm)
Compare Land Rover Defender dimensions to: Mercedes-Benz G-Class, Toyota Land Cruiser
Land Rover Defender details:
The Land Rover Defender is one of the most recognisable vehicles on the road and a British icon to boot. The shiny, silver one we drove probably turned as many heads as any vehicle we've borrowed and we received an enthusiastic headlight-flashing response from other owners. But most Land Rover Defender consumers aren't going to care about that as the models they buy aren't going to be shiny for long. It looks brilliant, classic and modern in a single shell. The bonnet has been revised for the 2007 version too.
This is the practical face of Land Rover. Permanent four-wheel drive delivering performance exactly where it is needed, combined, with electronic traction control, anti-lock brakes (ABS), an incredibly tough aluminium look, super-strong chassis and great towing capability to deliver one of the world's most capable cars. The model we drove featured seven seatings, five of which could be folded to increase the load space. There is little room in the front, but overall, for practicality, there are few models which can touch the Land Rover Defender.
Land Rover Defenders have a broad range of body shapes and three versions to suit their use. We drove the top of the range Land Rover Defender 110 Station Wagon XS which features heated front seatings and climate control. County models come with a audio radio and single CD.