The Land Rover D110 Review
The land rover d110 is the newest generation of this iconic SUV, and it’s a real beauty. Taking the legacy of its predecessor and adding the modern day comforts and amenities, the land rover has managed to create a vehicle that is both as capable off-road as it looks and is also a great family car for the motorway.
This is a great SUV to drive, and with its massive torque, you’ll be able to keep up with the traffic on the highway. It has a lot of technology to make long drives easier, such as blind-spot warning, radar-guided cruise control and lane-keeping steering.
It’s also very comfortable, with the front seats offering a lot of support and being well-appointed with leather and rugged-feeling plastics. The cabin isn’t quite as premium as some of the company’s other models, but it does have a touch of industrial-style design, such as exposed rivets in the door panels and a chunky, exposed magnesium beam that runs the full width of the dashboard.
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In terms of off-road capability, it’s hard to beat the Defender. It can climb a 38 degree approach angle and descend a 40-degree one, and is rated to 900mm of wading depth.
The new Defender also features air suspension, with adjustable height. This means that you can raise the suspension to tackle a steep off-road slope or lower it to tackle a deep mud pit. It also has auto locking centre and rear diffs, which make it an excellent choice for off-roading.