motodrome are pleased to offer this gorgeous looking, high spec, and low mileage 2012 Land Rover Defender 90 XS 2.2 TDCi Station Wagon, with Alive Tuning remap, resplendent in the best colour of Aintree Green metallic with Anthracite half-leather trim.
Standard XS station wagon factory spec includes Air Conditioning, cold climate pack including heated seats and screen, half leather trim, fully trimmed interior, ABS and traction control, electric windows, remote alarmed central locking with immobiliser, and full length sidesteps. It’s also been upgraded to fast road spec with a Quantum 148bhp remap, Bilstein suspension and steering damper, and 18in alloys shod with a matching set of 5 285/50r18 Falken Wildpeak A/T tyres.
Externally it’s also upgraded with dark tinted rear windows, daylight running lights in the front bumper, KBX front grille, light surrounds, and wing vents, dirt defender front and rear wheelarch fairings, LED side and rear lights and front steering guard.
Internally it’s largely standard save for an uprated stereo with DAB function, replacement door pulls, plus it’s also been fully dynamat soundproofed so is somewhat quieter than standard in the cabin.
Also fitted with mudflaps all round, rear step, and towpack. Refreshingly, there’s no chequerplate rash.
History, mileage etc
Previously supplied by ourselves, this one has a warranted mileage of under 48000 miles in the hands of 3 previous owners. History includes 5 stamps in the original service book, and some bills.
It comes with MOT to September 2020 (no advisories) and at the very end of August 2019 at 47000m went through our workshops for a ‘B’ service including changing all underside fluids, as well as 6m warranty on sale.
Being a factory 2.2 TDCi version, it nips along very quickly with slightly better than usual punch due to the remap, and certainly handles a bit more sharply than standard, due to it’s uprated suspension etc. And it’s an absolutely stunning-looking Defender.
At the bottom of the page you’ll find our usual 2 videos – walkaround and driving impressions