Mark my words. Although this is the smallest, least powerful and cheapest of Land Rover’s new Defender range, the 90 D240 will become rather rare and collectable. How do I know that? Simple, by observing our automotive history.
After more than three years, my wife and I decided to scrape all our camping gear together and to hit our favourite place, the Cederberg Mountains, for a weekend of camping. Feeling like newbies to the camping scene, we packed this Land Rover Defender 90 (2.0l Turbopetrol, 8-speed automatic) to the roof with gear.