Once again, the X trim Defender 130 is the most off-road-capable with its body shape. Because the 130’s extra length is all behind the rear axle, its breakover angle of 28 degrees is identical to that of the 110, and clever design of the rear overhang ensures that its departure angle of 28.5 degrees is the only area where it loses to the 110’s possible 40 degrees in off-road mode with air suspension. Like its shorter siblings, the Defender 130 X is equipped with all the off-road goodies to make cross-country trips as effortless as possible. It gets all the same upgrades as other Xs, except for the air suspension and larger infotainment screen, which are both already standard in all 130s.
gloss black fender vents, Narvik black hood checkerplate, gloss black Defender script and Narvik black front and rear skidpans, Gloss Black Front Grille
Tow Hitch Receiver, Advanced Tow Assist