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About Land Rover 90

The Land Rover Defender 90 is a four-wheel-drive, off-roader known as a sport utility vehicle (SUV). Known today as the Defender, it was initially dubbed the Land Rover 90 or the Land Rover 110 ('One Ten'). The numbers in the name reflect the length of the wheelbase, which are 93 inches and 110 inches respectively. The One Ten was the first to be launched in 1983, with the 90 following in 1984. It was re-named the Defender in 1990 to avoid confusion with the new model, the Discovery. The 90 was available as a three-door and the One Ten as a five door. Both were also produced as two-door pick-ups and three-door vans. The Defender featured improvements from the first Land Rovers (launched in 1948), which include coil springs to improve the ride, a taller windscreen, improved furnishings, more powerful engines and a permanent rather than part-time four-wheel drive system, with power steering available as an option. The Defender was also marketed as a recreational rather than working vehicle: changes were made to encourage private use, such as increased colour options and the installation of cassette players and bike racks. In 1990, the Defender was available with the 200TDi turbo diesel engine option, with the 300TDi added in 1993, and the TD5 5-cylinder turbo diesel engine in 1999. In 2007 and again in 2012, the Defender was improved to meet safety and emission standards. Recent models include the 127 (now known as the 130), which was aimed at the commercial market since it could carry heavier loads, up to 1.4 tons - perfect for military use and specialist use by utility companies and the emergency services. Other recently launched models include the Range Rover Sport, and models created by the Ministry of Defence, such as the Land Rover Wolf. Buyer's tips When viewing the Land Rover, check for rust to the chassis - these are very expensive to replace and are particularly prone to rot. Also, ensure that the doors are free from corrosion around the steel frames and always take the Land Rover for a test drive to ensure all the gears work and that the vehicle doesn't weave, which can be a sign of worn suspension belts. Depending on the car's age and condition, you can expect to pay between £3,000 to £20,000 for a second-hand model, with spare parts generally easy to source.