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Land Rover Defender 2020 pricing and specification confirmed: This is how much you will pay for the new off-road SUV

Three engines will be available on the Land Rover Defender, according to leaked documents, headlined by an inline petrol six.

Land Rover’s Defender 110 will arrive in Australian showrooms in June next year with three engine choices spread across nine variants priced from $69,990 before on-road costs.

Opening the range will be the base D200, which will be the only five-door variant powered by a 147kW/430Nm 2.0-litre twin-turbo diesel, which sends drive to all four wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.

As a result, the D200 will accelerate from zero to 100km/h in 10.3 seconds, while fuel economy is pegged between 8.9-9.6 litres per 100km, according to figures published on the Land Rover UK website.

Stepping up to the D240 will cost buyers $75,900, but Land Rover has turned the wick up on the 2.0-litre twin-turbo diesel to 177kW/430Nm, dropping the 0-100km/h sprint to 9.1s.

Fuel economy however, ranges from 8.9-9.5L/100km.

The D240 engine is also available in S, SE and First Edition form for $83,800, $91,300 and $102,500 respectively.

Petrol power will also be available in the new Defender, though Australian versions will skip the 224kW 2.0-litre turbo-petrol four-cylinder engine found in UK models for the 297kW/550Nm 3.0-litre twin-scroll turbocharged inline six with mild-hybrid technology as seen in the US-market SUV.

The 110 will be the first body style available on the new-generation Defender, with the three-door 90 version expected to land in late 2020. The 110 will be the first body style available on the new-generation Defender, with the three-door 90 version expected to land in late 2020.

Dubbed P400, the petrol-powered Defender is again paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive (4WD), which will result in a 0-100km/h run in 6.1s, according US-spec data.

Fuel economy is rated between 11.2-12.1L/100km, with the 48-volt mild-hybrid system aiding in keeping fuel usage down.

Four grades will be available with the 400 engine, the $95,700 S, $103,100 SE, $112,900 HSE and $137,100 flagship X.

Standard equipment includes a two-speed transfer box, hill start assist, hill decent control, LED headlights, electronic air suspension, 18-inch wheels, a full-sized spare and tyre pressure monitoring as standard.

Inside, the Defender 110 is fitted with rubber cabin flooring, dual-zone climate control, black fabric interior, eight-way power-adjustable front seats with heating, push-button start, 12V socket in the boot, and a 10.0-inch multimedia touchscreen with digital radio, satellite navigation, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Inside, the Defender 110 will have a 10.0-inch multimedia touchscreen. Inside, the Defender 110 will have a 10.0-inch multimedia touchscreen.

Standard safety systems will also be competitive, with autonomous emergency braking, surround-view monitor, cruise control with speed limiter, driver attention alert, lane-keep assist, traffic sign recognition and wade sensing included.

S grades gain 19-inch wheels, automatic high beams and more upmarket interior appointments, while the HSE sports 20-inch wheels, keyless entry, power-folding side mirrors and Meridian sound system, with the SE adding blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert.

As for the First Edition and X flagships, matrix LED headlights, a panoramic sunroof and front console refrigerator are added.

The 110 will be the first body style available on the new-generation Defender, with the three-door 90 version expected to land in late 2020.

2020 Land Rover Defender 110 pricing before on-road costs:

Diesel modelsPrice
D200 – automatic$69,990
D240 – automatic$75,900
D240 S – automatic$83,800
D240 SE – automatic$91,300
D240 First Edition – automatic$102,500
Petrol models 
P400 S – automatic$95,700
P400 SE – automatic$103,100
P400 HSE – automatic$112,900
P400 X – automatic$137,100
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