So what does your £40,290 get you in terms of performance and specification? Well you’ll be getting a Defender 90 D200, with a 200bhp diesel engine and an eight-speed automatic. It’ll have 18-inch steel wheels (an absolute win if you ask us), a heated windscreen, heated mirrors and heated seats, LED front and rear lights, climate control, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a DAB radio, a 10-inch central touch screen, a 3D surround camera, cruise control, and wade sensing.
Pay £43,745 and you’ll get a D200 S, which includes some 19-inch alloy wheels, some leather trim, and an ‘interactive driver display’. Above that, the £47,595 SE model gets front fog lights, 20-inch alloy wheels, an electric steering column, a Meridian sound system, keyless entry and blind spot assist, amongst other things.
Near the top of the range is the HSE, which will set you back £55,475 and is available on the D240 and the P300. You’ll be treated to a folding fabric roof, 14-way heated and cooled electric seats with four-way adjustable headrests (who know a headrest could move so much), even more leather, a heated steering wheel, adaptive cruise control and a rear collision monitor.