Are you interested in taking the new Land Rover Defender off-road around Paramus? The much-awaited revival of the classic Land Rover Defender has kept off-road enthusiasts on the edges of their seats for months. Now that the Defender is finally here, read on to learn more about the Land Rover Defender off-road performance. Want to explore it in person? Head into Land Rover Paramus or find out how to shop from home.
The Land Rover Defender comes with Land Rover Full-Time Four-Wheel Drive, which propels you forward over virtually any terrain around Englewood. It automatically redistributes your available torque, ensuring maximum traction on almost any surface. You can even shift into four-low for even more traction!
Land Rover Terrain Response® 2 analyzes Saddle River road conditions up to 500 times per second, making immediate adjustments to your performance. You can select from one of many specialized modes for travel over sand, rocks, and more, or stick with the automatic mode that responds to changes by itself.
Standard Off-Road features of the Land Rover Defender include:
If you’re looking to maximize off-road capability, you can opt for the Explorer Pack or the Adventure Pack. Hoping to learn more about this model’s performance? Start by exploring the Defender towing capacity with our team, or learn a little bit about this SUV’s storied history.
What do the auto industry experts say in their Land Rover Defender off-road reviews? Motor Trend says that “the new Defender eschews body-on-frame construction, live axles, and, in its most capable spec, even steel springs,”–all features that have traditionally been staples in the off-road market.
Curious how the Land Rover Defender compares to a top rival? Motor Trend goes on to point out that “The Defender 110 sports a 38-degree approach, 29-degree break-over, and 40-degree departure angle—the latter two angles beat the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon’s 20- and 37-degree breakover and departure angles, respectively.”
What about a real-world example? The off-road test from Carfection is full of kudos. Henry Catchpole completed a Land Rover Defender 2020 off-road test in Namibia, tackling some of the most rugged terrain on earth. His epic three-day adventure highlighted the new Defender model’s “amazing” air suspension and reliable performance, along with its fresh-feeling and luxurious yet “utilitarian” interior.
If you’re ready to explore the new Land Rover Defender, head into Land Rover Paramus, near Ridgewood. You can browse our inventory online, browse Defender lease offers, and even apply for financing from the comfort of your home. We may not be able to take you off-road on your test drive, but we’ll show you how it feels to be behind the wheel. Contact us today.