New Land Rover Defender Review
Not many cars that were originally conceived in 1948 can still be seen on our roads today, but there's always an exception, enter the Land Rover Defender. Certainly not designed for the school run (unless you live in the middle of Bodmin Moor), the Defender is a true off road 4x4, very few, if any of it's supposed opposition could keep up with the Land Rover when it comes to getting down and dirty off road.
Built on an incredibly strong platform with simple aluminium body panels that are quick, easy and cheap to fix, the defender will outlast just about any other vehicle, in fact it will still be going strong long after it's competitors have turned to rust, this factor gives the Land Rover Defender incredibly strong residual values.
Like the looks of the Land Rover Defender, why not check out the Jeep Cherokee or the Toyota Land Cruiser.