2020 Land Rover Defender 110 Pricing Revealed

ByIsaac BoberOctober 16, 2019
2020 Land Rover Defender 110 Pricing Revealed

Pricing and features for the 2020 Land Rover Defender 110 has been revealed ahead of the all-new Defender arriving in Australia next year.

Land Rover Australia has announced pricing for the all-new Defender 110 which will arrive in Australia early next year, followed by the three-door Defender 90 later in the year. Prices will see the entry-model Defender 110 D200 hit the market at $10 under $70k ($69,990+ORCs) which makes it more expensive than the Wrangler Rubicon Diesel (even with key cost options included). The D200 runs a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine making 147kW and 430Nm of torque and is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. The entry-level 110 will also be offered with the gruntier D240 engine making 177kW and 430Nm of torque which lists from $75,900+ORCs.

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The next step up is the S D240 which lists at $83,800+ORCs followed by the SE D240 $91,300+ORCs, and the petrol-powered SE P400 (3.0-litre straight six with 48V mild hybrid) making 294kW and 550Nm of torque and listing from $103,100+ORCs. The HSE P400 sees the price climb to $112,900+ORCs while the limited-run First Edition diesel-powered D240 lists at $102,500+ORCs with the top-spec X P400 listing from an eye-watering $137,100+ORCs.

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In terms of standard features, the entry-level model will get LED headlights, 18-inch alloys with all-terrain tyres, cabin walkthrough, fabric seats with eight-way adjust for the driver and passenger, 10-inch Pivi Pro infotainment system and native sat-nav, 3D surround camera and 360-degree parking assistance, lane-keep assist, traffic sign recognition with adaptive speed limiter, and the basic Terrain Response system which allows you to dial through terrain-based settings but doesn’t include an automatic mode.

The S variant adds automatic high-beam assist, 19-inch alloys, leather interior with 12-way semi-powered front seats and an interactive driver display in addition to the 10-inch infotainment systems.

The SE adds premium LEDs with daytime running lights and fog lights, keyless entry, 20-inch alloys, clearsight rear vision mirror, beefy Meridian sound system and the blind spot assistance pack. The HSE adds sliding panoramic roof, matrix LED lights, 20-inch alloys, Windsor leather seats with 14-way heated and cooled electric memory driver and passenger seats and four-way manual headrest adjustment, and a driver assist pack.

The range-topping 110 X adds black contrasting roof and bonnet, sliding panoramic roof, orange brake calipers, rear recovery eyes, 20-inch alloys, Windsor leather interior with heated and cooled seats, 700W Meridian sound system, head-up display, electronic active differential, Terrain Response 2, and configurable terrain response. We don’t have a full price breakdown for the accessory packs but will update this article when we get it.