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Land Rover Defender 130

Joining the 90 and 110, the Defender 130 will now be the largest model in the lineup with room for up to eight passengers. The full-size SUV adds over 13" of length, allowing for the addition of an adult-friendly third row and 80.9 cubic ft of cargo space with the second and third rows folded down. Available in SE, HSE, X-Dynamic, X, and First Edition trims, the 130 will be available with two six-cylinder Ingenium powertrains that use mild-hybrid electric vehicle technology. The P300 option produces 295 hp and 346 lb-ft of torque while the P400 model produces 395 hp and 404 lb-ft of torque. Two 3.0L six-cylinder diesel options will be available for markets outside of the US. 

Every 130 will feature Land Rover's iAWD system with an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission, Electronic Air Suspension with Adaptive Dynamics, and Land Rover's advanced Terrain Response system. Enhancing its off-road capability, the Electronic Air Suspension System gives the SUV almost 17 inches of articulation with almost 3 inches of lift at the front and rear as well as the ability to ford up to almost 3 feet of water. You've also got an approach angle of 37.5 degrees, a departure angle of 28.5 degrees, and a breakover angle of 27.8 degrees. When it comes to tech, the 130 features a larger 11.4" Pivi Pro touchscreen, a standard advanced Cabin Air Purification Plus system, a Meridian Sound System, Four Zone Climate Control, and a global location platform called what3words that gives you accurate navigation guidance in the most remote locations on the planet. 

Orders for the Defender 130 are available now.

From $68,000,

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