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Santorini Black Metallic | 4x4 | 6 Speed Manual | 2.2 litre Turbodiesel | 9,303 kms | SOLD
Unchanged in decades, famously ferrying mankind to the ends of the earth and back again, the Land Rover Defender is possibly one of the most iconic automotive designs in the world, now undone by the legislator’s pen from 2016, the pop-riveted, aluminum bodied, almighty Defender will never be the same again.
No longer produced as all good things must come to an end which in turn has generated a significant amount of hype and buying frenzy to claim the ‘Last of’ examples built between 2015 and 2016.
Equipped with a 2.2 litre 4 Cylinder Turbo-Diesel power plant producing 90kW and 360Nm of torque mated to a 6-Speed manual transmission driven through to a permanent Four-Wheel Drive System, the Land Rover Defender isn’t going to win any drag races.
However, there’s still nothing that touches a Defender off-road, in the hands of an expert it’s a world-beater, in the hands of a plucky amateur, it’s the keys to freedom. The official maximum gradient is 45-degrees, the axle ground clearance is 250mm and under body clearance is 314mm, impressive stuff.
We are pleased to offer this excellent “Last Of” MY16 Land Rover Defender 110 ordered in Santorini Black Metallic over two-tone Black and Grey leather trim with the exclusive ‘Black Pack’ and has traveled a mere 9,300 kilometres from new.
With an extensive options/accessory list this action-packed Land Rover Defender has been built to tackle harshest of what mother nature has to offer, the list includes:
• Santorini Black Metallic Exterior
• Gloss Black Roof
• Gloss Black Defender Badge
• Gloss Black Sawtooth wheels with Continental Cross Contact Tyres
• Full Two-Tone Leather Comfort Seats
• Premium Dark Alcantara Roof Lining
• Privacy Glass
• Winter Climate Pack (Heated Windscreen and Seats)
• Factory Alpine Sound System with Subwoofer
• Factory Land Rover Sidesteps
Accompanying the car are all original manuals including the owner's handbook, service and warranty booklets, both Land Rover keys and remote access Fob’s all bound within their leather wallet.
Built on the same production line as the first ever Land Rovers in Solihull, England, these “last of” cars are becoming highly collectible. This unique Defender 110 is the perfect way to farewell and remember a timeless icon.