motodrome offer this superb-looking 2005 Land Rover Defender 110 TD5 XS Station Wagon, this one a 9 seater with anthracite half-leather trim.
Being the high-spec XS model, t’s fitted with: factory air conditioning, ABS, traction control, , sliding side windows and alpine lights, remote alarmed central locking with immobiliser, electric front windows, and cold climate pack – heated front seats and windscreen. .
Also fitted with: Boost alloys shod with a matching set of 5 BF Goodrich All-Terrain tyres, darkened windows from the B-post back, gunmetal grille and headlamp surrounds, gloss black front bumper, XS full-length sidesteps, adjustable towpack, mudflaps all round, billet aluminium screen blocks, stainless bolt kit, and auxiliary front lights mounted on that really superb Patriot aluminium roof rack with rear access ladder that you can see in the photos. .
No chequerplate rash whatsoever on this one.
Inside it’s standard XS with full carpeting with rubber overmats, with the exception of a more modern stereo with USB port, and a cushioned armrest atop the cubby box.
MILEAGE, HISTORY ETC
Odometer reading just 96000 miles, supported by superb history including 13 stamps in the original service book, 3 more in a continuation service book, and a very large sheaf of bills. We have the full book pack.
The original owners were Land Rover themselves until 2008, and it had one owner 2011 to 2021.
Last serviced (major) at 91556m in June 2021, so it’s ready to go.
Comes with MOT to June 2022 (no advisories) and 6 months warranty on sale. According to the MOT database, it’s never failed an MOT on structural corrosion.
As it’s a post-2002 version, it’s fitted with the uprated 15P version of the TD5 engine.
We rarely see such a good looking, unmolested 110 TD5 as this, and to find one with mileage under 110k with supporting history is getting harder and harder. One not to be missed.
At the very bottom of the page, you’ll find our usual 2 videos: a walkaround appraisal, and driving impressions.
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