Very few vehicles are as notable as the Land Rover Defender. With 67 years of uninterrupted production, the Defender enjoyed worldwide sales and many admiring fans. With owners ranging from the Queen of England, to the average potato farmer, the Defender was classless and it looked good in both the city and on a safari. It is argued that the Defender is the first and only car that is recognized by remote third world populations, a true testament to its durability and longevity.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1989 Land Rover Defender for your consideration. Having been legally imported from the United Kingdom, this Right Hand Drive example has a Michigan title. The 2.5L turbo diesel fires right up, once the glow plugs are warm, and runs well. The transmission functions as it should. The defender goes down the road well. It comes with the owner's manual and books. Other highlights include sunroof, 16 inch wheels with 235/70 white letter tires, rear mounted spare, power brakes and power steering.
The primary reason to buy a Defender is toughness, with a 2.5L inline 4cyl turbodiesel engine that produces around 110hp, this truck will get you through anything. The reliable and efficient engine always starts up without any issues. The 5-speed manual transmission is easy to use and is geared perfectly for this vehicle. It runs and drives very well and isn't fazed by weather or rough terrain. If you are looking for a tough 4x4 that's more unique than a Jeep, look no further than the best 4 by 4 by far.