The 2023 Land Rover Defender 130 is priced from 124,150

Land Rover Australia Order books will be opened for the just published expansion Defender 130 August 1, with a starting price $ 124,150 before on-road costs.

The company announced today that its super-long SUV model will only come here at the ‘SE’ spec level, with a single petrol and diesel six-cylinder engine option.

Defender 130 joins Defender 110 Five-Door and Defender 90 Three-Door, which gives the JLR bill “an adventurous opportunity for up to eight adults across three rows of full-size seating” – unless your payload is less than 750kg.

The Land Rover Defender 130 SE D300 diesel will wear the local sticker price of $ 124,150 before the on-road cost, while the P400 petrol is priced at $ 131,650.

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This makes these engines $ 22,200 and $ 22,540 more expensive than the equivalent Defender 110 SE models, respectively.

The Defender 130 extends 340 mm over the Defender 110, with extra tires extending its length to 5358 mm.

It is 378 mm longer than the Toyota Landcruiser 300 Series, 154 mm longer than a Jeep Grand Cherokee L and 115 mm longer than a Mercedes-Benz GLS.

The extra-long defender’s angle of departure normally suffers below 11.5 degrees, but its other off-road angles are the same. So its 3022mm wheelbase, 2008mm width and 1970mm height.

Third row occupants enjoy air vents, padded armrests, storage, USB-C outlets and heated seats available.

Above the first two rows there is a panoramic sunroof, while rows two and three enjoy a small “stadium hike” to enhance their visibility.

ISOFIX child seat anchor points are located on the second and third row outboard seats.

Exclusive to Four-Zone Climate Control Defender 130. There are still 389L boot spaces with three rows.

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Moving to the front of the cabin, the Defender 130 uses the 11.4-inch PV Pro infotainment system found in the Defender 90 and 110 models.

There’s a new Natural Light Oak engineered wood veneer finish, with the Land Rover 130 debuting its new Cabin Air Purification Plus.

These features include nanoe X allergen reduction and pathogen removal technology, and you can use your smartphone to activate the purge function before entering the car.

A range of Ingenium 48V Mild-Hybrid Inline-Six turbocharged petrol and diesel engines will be available depending on the market. Australia’s options are:

  • P400 petrol: 3.0-liter six-cylinder, 48V MHEV, 294kW, 550Nm, 0-100km / h in 6.6 seconds.
  • D300 Diesel: 3.0-liter six-cylinder, 48V MHEV, 221kW, 650Nm, 0-100km / h in 7.5 seconds.

Each Defender 130 is equipped with a JLR Intelligent All-Wheel Drive (iAWD) system and an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission. iAWD manages the power distribution between the front and rear axles.

Although the engines are known, the towing capacity of the Defender 110 is less than 500kg, 3000kg brakes.

The standard air suspension allows an additional 71.5mm lift at the front and 73.5mm at the rear and can carry water up to 130,900mm, JLR says.

In addition to the long rear overhang, the 130K can be distinguished by a unique Sedona Red exterior color and an extended bright pack that includes Ceres Silver Satin-Finished Lower Body Cladding and Noble Chrome Skid Plate.


With the new Range Rover Sport losing its third tier option, Land Rover buyers now have a choice between Defender and Discovery in this part of the market.

The Defender 130 will come standard with a five-year unlimited kilometer warranty, roadside assistance and a five-year servicing plan ($ 2250 for the P400 and $ 2650 for the D300).

2023 Land Rover Defender 130 Price:

  • Defend 130 SE D300 – 124,150
  • Defender 130 SE P400 – 131,650

Prices exclude on-road costs.

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