Published on August 25th, 2013 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
1.8 Million Land Rover Defenders Sold
The Land Rover Defender was developed from the original Land Rover series of 1948, which had a ladder-frame chassis, aluminium body and was available in a variety of body types. It was designed as a no frills proper working 4×4 vehicle. Practical and durable, Land Rover Defenders were built for a purpose, which they achieve effortlessly: to conquer challenging off-road conditions with professional ease. The Defender is a direct descendent of Land Rover’s original military vehicle, and it is also the British manufacturer’s oldest production vehicle to date.
A clean, smart, simple interior with versatile seating arrangements means that you can drive your Land Rover Defender through swamps and over deserts without sustaining damage. A reliable vehicle for emergency services, transportation, agriculture, forestry, engineering and countless other industries, the Land Rover Defender series is built-to-last on the road, providing robust towing and carrying when you need it most.
Hardy and powerful, some even say bullet-proof, Land Rover has estimated that out of 1.8 million plus Defenders sold to date, about two thirds of those are still on the road today working for their owners. The Land Rover Defender is currently available in Station Wagon, Hard Top, Pick Up and Double Cab Pick Up, with more than a few modern improvements on its early predecessor. Also available are the 90 Station Wagon and 110 Station Wagon, which have been developed from the utilitarian SUV Defender Ninety and Defender 110 models – whose names refer to their wheelbase sizes.
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