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Review: 2020 Land Rover Defender 110 SE

After more than 20 years of absence, Land Rover brought the Defender back to the U.S. late this year. When the previous (and, until recently, only) Defender left the U.S. market there were plenty of options for buyers looking for a rugged off-road SUV with a real four-wheel-drive system and a low-range transfer case. The list of offerings that have come and gone—or that have just gone—in that time is lengthy: Montero, Trooper, Blazer, Xterra, Cherokee, Commander ... Thankfully, Land Rover saw fit to bring this one back, but it’s not quite the same blocky, utilitarian workhorse it once was.


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I hate to be "that guy" but as an ex Defender 90 owner and a major enthusiast (created back in the day) that is NOT an evolution of the Defender, the new Bronco is.  They really missed a chance to give the brand a great image boost I believe, and it makes me sad.

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