A true British icon, the Defender is a car that’s built to last. However, if something were to happen, the body panels are made out of aluminium and are easy to replace.
Unlike many other 4x4s, the Defender lacks many safety features such as airbags, traction control and ABS. So as a family car or daily run-around, the Defender may not be ideal.
The Defender uses a large 2.2-litre engine which sits in bracket M tax brand. Check out our guide on tax bands for more information.
Insurance prices will be around £486* if you’re aged 41 to 55. However, if you’re a young driver between 21 and 30, you could be looking at around £1,031*.