The base 110 is already a good family car, but if you do want a few additional creature comforts it’s worth going for the S specification. Like the 90 S, you get automatic high beams, grained leather seat facings, a Meridian sound system with 10 speakers, and the Click and Go base unit. We know loads of people will be attracted to the Defender purely of how it looks, and there’s nothing wrong with that. If you want a Defender purely for suburban duty, this is the best balance in terms of affordability and luxury. It’s not quite there when it comes to performance, but you can pay additional for the turbocharged inline-six or opt for the 110 SE.
air suspension and adaptive dynamics, Automatic Headlight Levelling
Cabin Air Ionization, Air Quality Sensor, Manual Heated 3rd Row Seats, 3-Zone Climate Control, rear cooling assist, GVWR: 7,050 lbs
Cabin Air Ionization, Air Quality Sensor, 3-Zone Climate Control, rear cooling assist, GVWR: 7,050 lbs, Manual 3rd Row Seats
all terrain progress control, Terrain Response 2 and configurable Terrain Response, Tow Hitch Receiver, Advanced Tow Assist