RE: 2020 Land Rover Defender | The short review

RE: 2020 Land Rover Defender | The short review

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llcoolmac

151 posts

60 months

Tuesday 27th October
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https://youtu.be/2tlCaBBsoD8

Surprise, surprise its a troublesome heap of ste. I've read multiple reports of this exact problem occurring. It really is amazing how bad Land Rover are at the basics of car manufacturing after all these years.

Andeh1

6,118 posts

166 months

Wednesday 28th October
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unsprung said:
The preceding all but excludes Defender from a category where Bronco and Wrangler shine:

Sense of occasion.
Gotta love that sense of occasion...



tight fart

1,656 posts

233 months

Wednesday 28th October
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A friend of mine has just order 110 for a customer of his, £95k biglaugh

Bill

43,231 posts

215 months

Wednesday 28th October
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NomduJour said:
Good luck selling something without any doors or a roof over here.
And at least with the new Defender you can choose your sense of occasion rather than having water pissing in wherever it fancies. biggrin

unsprung

5,034 posts

84 months

Wednesday 28th October
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Bill said:
NomduJour said:
Good luck selling something without any doors or a roof over here.
And at least with the new Defender you can choose your sense of occasion rather than having water pissing in wherever it fancies. biggrin
Nice try guys. But nobody's "selling something without any doors".

You can, if you choose, remove the doors and roof of your Bronco or Wrangler. And this is not too different from a 4x4 equivalent to a convertible car.

Look how hard you work, in your efforts to secure Land Rover and its product ethos at the centre of the universe. Ptolemy would be proud.