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2007-2015 Land-Rover Defender 90 Station Wagon


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Class: Off-road / SUV — Origin: UK

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Other bodystyles: 110 Crew Cab, 110 Pickup, 110 Station Wagon, 130 Crew Cab, 90 Pickup

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2007-2015 Land-Rover Defender 90 Station Wagon

2007-2015 Land-Rover Defender 90 Station Wagon

2007-2015 Land-Rover Defender 90 Station Wagon

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2.2 122hp / 90kW 6MT 4 Wheel Drive 2012-2015
2.4 122hp / 90kW 6MT 4 Wheel Drive 2007-2012

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Mark0 RB (1649)

2014-11-05 20:10

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They will end production on December 2015 :(
They say that it's not safety enough for other cars and pedestrians. :(

Desscythe17 NL (10120)

2014-11-05 20:24

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Mark0 wrote They will end production on December 2015 :(
They say that it's not safety enough for other cars and pedestrians. :(

It's not a big shock. They should have seen this coming ages ago. Mercedes-Benz and Jeep are able to continue the G-Class and Wrangler, so I don't understand why Land Rover thinks they have to discontinue the Defender...

Rinspeed FR (8705)

2014-11-06 17:57

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Also 5 Defender 110 Atlantic in France (i d'ont have picture)

Mieguy DE (78)

2014-11-06 19:33

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Desscythe17 wrote
It's not a big shock. They should have seen this coming ages ago. Mercedes-Benz and Jeep are able to continue the G-Class and Wrangler, so I don't understand why Land Rover thinks they have to discontinue the Defender...


Actually thats wrong. Mercedes has to bring a new model because of this new regulations coming into action in 2016. This concept car gives a hint how it would look like: www.spiegel.de/auto/aktuell/studie-ener-g-force-mercedes-enthuellt-moeglichen-g-modell-nachfolger-a-867432.html

Jeep Wrangler is okay because this law is only for models sold in europe.

The rule says that the front has to be smoother in case of degree in rising higher. So the high front is still possible but has to be rounder. A new Defender could be possible but i think they have so many models in their range that they dont see any reason to keep the Defender if its changed too much.

-- Last edit: 2014-11-08 09:51:38

Desscythe17 NL (10120)

2014-11-06 22:53

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Mieguy wrote

Actually thats wrong. Mercedes has to bring a new model because of this new regulations coming into action in 2016. This concept car gives a hint how it would look like: www.spiegel.de/auto/aktuell/studie-ener-g-force-mercedes-enthuellt-moeglichen-g-modell-nachfolger-a-867432.html

Jeep Wrangler is okay because this law is only for models sold in europe.

The rule says that the front has to be smoother in case of degree in rising higher. So the high front is still possible but has to be rounder. A new Defender could be possible but i think they have so many models in their range that they dont see any reason to keep the Defender.

Your link is from two years ago. Autoblog recently posted this: www.autoblog.com/2014/10/21/mercedes-g-class-future-report/

Mieguy DE (78)

2014-11-08 09:50

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Okay. But your link still confirms that they have to change the G-Class for these regulations aswell. Quote: "Regulatory changes will force some design modifications for 2016".

Desscythe17 NL (10120)

2014-11-08 10:33

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Mieguy wrote Okay. But your link still confirms that they have to change the G-Class for these regulations aswell. Quote: "Regulatory changes will force some design modifications for 2016".

I didn't say it won't change, but it's certainly not going to be as radical as the Ener-G Force.

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