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.
That’s it, I’ve had it. Enough! Enough already with this stupid SUV malarkey, it’s gotten completely out of control. Who would’ve ever thought that Jaguar (and Bentley, Maserati, Porsche, Lambo, etc., etc.) will get in on the action and what the hell is the meaning of E, F and I Pace?