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It's here, now what?

Discussion in 'Defender' started by remember5, Jun 1, 2020.

  1. bbyer

    bbyer Full Access Member

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    Regarding reliability, my 3 with 230,000 plus miles on it is now more reliable that it was new. Given that the body and interior are still good, that is probably why I will have it for a few more years yet.

    Re the new Discovery, there is always hope the refresh in 2 years will resolve the interior size concerns. I kind of think the 130 may be that opportunity.
     
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    Here's a pretty decent vid showing it's capability in the real world in the US:

     
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    Well a couple of things bothered me - the Jeep and Toyota recovery vehicles fore and aft.

    I suppose this 110 is the executive driven by the wife demonstrator as well.

    When the test vehicle does not get dirty, it sort of bothers me as well.

    I understand that we are not supposed to compare the the new Defender to our 3's and 4's or maybe even the old Defender - probably a good idea - the young will never know.
     

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