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Steve
Steveasked
Defender 110

Does land rover defender use only one size turbocharger in all of their land rover defenders

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John1986
John1986asked
Defender 110

Hi,
I will import a land rover defender 110 2011 from uk. But the dealer told me after i buy(internet) the car that has no A/C. Is this possible?

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Roy G
Roy G

Hi John
I thought all Puma's would come standard with air conditioning - I don't think I could live without A/C in mine.

Keno
Kenoasked
Defender 110

Hi, I need some advice.

I'm very close to purchasing a 2003 Defender Extreme MY03 110 with around 90xxxx ks on the clock.
What are some things I should look out for? and what questions apart from the norm should I be asking the owner?

Cheers

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Chris
Chris

Well if you're interested then you already know that they need upkeep, which is either time or money. Each will have it's own problem, mine the turbo blows up, but such is life. As Doctor Seuss says 'you're off to great places!' Or not sometimes.

William Jia
William Jiaasked
Defender 110

Hi, I have a 2015 2.2 110, just done its 16k now, I am experiencing an annoying noise comes from under body, it only comes when the REV hits about 1600 rpm, almost every time, but only noticeable after 2nd gear, I couldn't hear a damn thing at 1st or 2nd. The noise sounds like something is loose in the transmission or clutch and is scratching the case while spinning, but it only last a second or 2, as long as it wipes over the next mark the noise stops immediately. I have checked all parts I could reach, there is nothing loose.

Any idea?

Thanks

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Steve
Steve

Take it to a mechanic

William Jia
William Jia

@Steve
I have already taken it to LR dealer, but they couldn't find any fault.

Steve
Steve

Take it back and insist on going for a drive with the mechanic so you can both hear the noise.

Alien2OZ
Alien2OZasked
Defender 110

Not sure this is the right place to post as I am interested in the 2014 2..2 110SW

We are in need of a vehicle that can do bush tracks. Ground clearance, much dust, gravel, sand, mud, sharp rocks etc.

We are considering '14 Dfer, Disco4 SE, Rangey Sport in S-trim, not HSE. On the latter, both SDV6 and SCV6 engines are being considered as well.

Off-roading event days are not being considered but intended use is for humanitarian work in remote regions, usually 2 or 3 pax, sometimes 5. Getting there is almost 1,000km of good tar, after which a return trip of up to 800km unpaved roads as described.

The 3 regular pax all suffer from arthritis and one had spinal injury, has limited mobility. We hear stories of cramped legs and insufficient elbow space on Dfers.

Is the new traction control easily affected by dust?​

If all three models cost the exact same price, which would you buy for these trips and why would you decide upon your chosen model?

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joet55
joet55
Alien2OZ
Alien2OZ
Kent
Kentasked
Defender 110

Considering buying a 2013 110 defender... Wondering what if any differences the are from recent models. Kind regards, Kent

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Mike Honcho
Mike Honcho
Peter51
Peter51asked
Defender 110

Is it good for/as a passenger car ? Instead as a workstation !

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orlando
orlando

I just bougt a 1985 ex military def. and I restored it.
I just changed the front seats, I put seats from a Fort K in it.
it sits great....and it didn't kost me much (25 euro)
It is still a great car to drive, it has something no other car has

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