1989 Land Rover Defender 90
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Classic Car Overview
Specs datasheet with technical data and performance data plus an analysis of the direct market competition of Santana 2500 DC (man. 5) in 1989, the model with 3-door station wagon off-road body and Line-4 2495 cm3 / 152.3 cui, 47 kW / 64 PS / 63 hp (DIN) of power, 149 Nm / 110 lb-ft of torque, 5-speed manual powertrain offered since December 1987 for Europe . According to the ProfessCars estimation this Santana would accelerate 0-60 mph in 30.3 sec, 0-100 km/h in 34.4 sec and quarter mile time is 23.6 sec. This car is 3661 mm / 144.1 in long, 1800 mm / 70.9 in wide and 1965 mm / 77.4 in high. 47 liter / 12.4 U.S. gal / 10.3 imp. gal
Many of the early Santanas were assembled from parts manufactured and crated up in Solihull and shipped to Spain. They were assembled at a Spanish factory (Santa Ana) in Jaen/Linares. These were CKDs, or Complete Knockdown Kits. These were badged as Land Rover Santanas, but were the same as the 90/88 and 109/110s being sold in the UK. Eventually, Santana started to manufacture the parts in their highly advanced manufacturing center in Spain. In the early 1980s, Santana started to change some things as the contract and licensing agreements with LR in the UK began to change and/or expire. Some of the biggest noticable changes were in the power plants (offering a 6cyl long before the UK brand did), as well as a turbo. Some parts were developed and manufactured in Spain and exported to the UK for use in genuine English Land Rovers, such as the LT77 transmission. Other differences included an additional safari/alpine window in the roof, different marker lights and tail lights, and a different grill and dashboard. Santana also went to front disk brakes much earlier than LR in the UK.
Vehicle History Report
- Classic Car ID101889840
- Stock NumberN/A
- CategoryImport Classics
- Body StyleWagon
- Mileage189,518 miles
- Engine4 Cylinder Turbo
- Drivetrain4 wheel drive
- Transmission5 Speed Manual
- Exterior ColorWhite
- Interior ColorGray
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