2021 Land Rover Defender Test Drive Review: The 21st Century Off-Roader
91306 2021 Land Rover Defender Test Drive Review: The 21st Century Off-Roader

2021 Land Rover Defender Test Drive Review: The 21st Century Off-Roader

The Land Rover Defender has an expanded lineup for the 2021 model year and comes in a choice of eight trims: base, S, X-Dynamic S, SE, X-Dynamic SE, First Edition, X-Dynamic HSE, and X. The newest Defender versions are the X-Dynamic trims. Two body styles – the 2-door Defender 90 and the 4-door Defender 110 – are offered, with some trims specific to either the 90 or 110. All models have four-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic gearbox, with a 296-hp 2.0-liter turbo-four standard on lower trims. More expensive models use a 3.0-liter turbocharged six-cylinder with a mild-hybrid system that makes 395 hp and 406 lb-ft of torque.

The entry-level Defender wears 18-inch steel wheels and comes with LED headlights, power-folding mirrors, and a body-color roof. Inside, there are features like a 3D surround-view camera system, wade sensing, eight-way semi-power front seats, dual-zone climate control, and a 10-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system.

The Defender S adds 19-inch alloy wheels, an interactive driver’s display, grained leather/Robust Woven Textile upholstery, and 12-way semi-powered front seats.

One of the newest additions is the X-Dynamic S. It has additional features like a duo-tone interior color scheme, illuminated metal treadplates, and an Ebony Morzine headliner.

The SE is reserved for the larger 110 and has premium LED headlights with signature DRLs, 20-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, a 10-speaker Meridian sound system, and 12-way powered front seats with memory.

On the X-Dynamic SE, the 20-inch wheels have a Satin Dark Grey finish, while the exterior gains Silicon Silver accents. The seats are upholstered in grained leather with Robustec Ribbon accents.

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The First Edition is only compatible with the Defender 90. This model’s specs include a white contrast roof with a fabric folding section, First Edition badging, and 20-inch wheels. It also comes with an electronic air suspension and has a heated steering wheel.

Once again reverting to the 110 body style only is the X-Dynamic HSE. It ships with an opening panoramic sunroof, extended leather upholstery, Windsor leather seats with heating/cooling in front, and adaptive cruise control.

Finally, the Defender X is offered on both the 90 and 110 body styles. This version has a black contrast hood and roof, orange brake calipers, 20-inch wheels with a diamond turned finish, a head-up display, and a 14-speaker Meridian sound system.

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