The Land Rover Defender, a distinctive and iconic SUV that is an unstoppable off-roader. Combining agility with comfort, the Defender is incredibly versatile with its variety of models, the 90, 110 and 130. The Defender 130 has the longest wheelbase in the Defender range, and we are here to talk specifically about the 130 Outbound. What makes the Defender 130 Outbound so special?
The advantage of this luxurious explorer is that it is capacious in its seating, as well as boot space. This is because the Defender 130 Outbound is designed to offer up to 5 seats, differentiating from the standard Defender 130, where a third row of seating is fitted as standard. Now, the reason why we say this SUV is perfect for you if you are adventurous and active is because the limited 5 seats allow for up to 2,516 litres of boot space, and 1,329 litres with the second row of seating in use. With this boundless amount of cargo space, you can easily pack just about any equipment required for your adventuring.
To power this distinguished vehicle, the Defender 130 Outbound is available with a D300 Diesel powertrain, as a Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicle (MHEV). Reaching a top speed of up to 119 MPH, and accelerating from 0-60 MPH in 7.1 seconds, this Defender 130 Outbound is truly a menace. Not only does the deluxe interior spacing make this explorer so special, but the all-terrain capability allows this SUV to be comfortable to drive.
Since the 1990s, the Defender range has continued to be a class-leading example in the SUV market, and the 130 Outbound is no exception. Its versatility to be practical and yet luxurious is something that Land Rover sets the benchmark for.
If you want to experience everything that Defender 130 Outbound has to offer, you must put yourself in the driver’s seat. Book a test drive today to experience the ultimate SUV for adventure-seeking persons.
Alternatively, if you do not require this excess space, why not opt for the shorter 110 model, or even the Defender 90?