The 90 Series Land Rover is a British-made four-wheel-drive utility vehicle with a heritage dating back as far as 1948. Originally introduced in 1983, the figure 90 representing the wheelbase dimension in imperial inches, this particular example features a front-mounted engine and permanent four-wheel-drive.
The Land Rover has a long history of use in agricultural, military, mountain rescue and other rugged terrain applications. Although never a performance-oriented vehicle, the Land Rover is an iconic class of vehicle made famous for its trade off of luxury and speed against its go anywhere capabilities across difficult land.
Powered by a 2.4 liter turbodiesel engine, this 2009 example has received many of the creature comforts expected in the more modern version. Some of these include power steering, traction control, heated front windscreen, air conditioning, anti-lock brakes and electric front windows.