New Models

The largest member of the Land Rover Defender family, the eight-seat 130, will open for orders this August, priced $25,000 higher than an equivalent 110 five-seater.


  • 2023 Land Rover Defender pricing and specifications
  • New 130 body brings eight seats, longer rear overhang
  • SE trim the only option, with petrol or diesel power
  • Priced from $124,150 before on-road costs

The 2023 Land Rover Defender 130 is coming to Australia, priced from $124,150 plus on-road costs.

Available only in SE specification with a choice of petrol or diesel engines, the Defender 130 costs $24,170 to $24,600 more than an equivalent Defender 110 – though for the extra spend buyers get a longer body with eight seats and more boot space (click here for full details).

Two engines will be offered by Land Rover in Australia, the D300 diesel and P400 petrol – both based around 3.0-litre turbocharged inline six-cylinder engines, with 48-volt mild-hybrid systems, eight-speed automatics and all-wheel drive.



The D300 quotes outputs of 221kW and 650Nm, while the P400 offers 294kW and 550Nm – good for 0-100km/h time of 7.5 and 6.6 seconds respectively.

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A full standard feature list is yet to be confirmed, however Land Rover Australia’s press release points to an 11.4-inch Pivi Pro touchscreen, panoramic sunroof, keyless entry, adaptive air suspension, 20-inch wheels, and the Terrain Response off-road system.

Other items standard on the Defender 90 and 110 SE include ‘premium’ LED headlights, 12-way power front seats, an 11-speaker sound system, wireless phone charging, and a full advanced safety suite. There’s no guarantee these will be standard on the 130, however.



Options on the 130 SE may include a choice of five or eight seats, plus heated third-row seats and four-zone climate control.

Orders for the 2023 Land Rover Defender 130 will open in Australia on 1 August 2022. Local launch timing is yet to be confirmed, however first arrivals early next year appear probable.

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Drive understands further details of standard specifications may emerge within the coming weeks.



2023 Land Rover Defender Australian pricing

  • Defender 90 P300 – $78,480
  • Defender 110 P300 – $79,830
  • Defender 90 S P300 – $86,410
  • Defender 90 S D250 – $93,530
  • Defender 110 S P400 – $95,480
  • Defender 90 SE P400 – $103,630
  • Defender 110 SE D300 – $99,980
  • Defender 110 SE P400 – $107,050
  • Defender 130 SE D300 – $124,150 (new)
  • Defender 130 SE P400 – $131,650 (new)
  • Defender 110 X-Dynamic HSE D300 – $118,250
  • Defender 110 X-Dynamic HSE P400 – $124,880
  • Defender 90 X P400 – $145,700
  • Defender 110 X D300 – $147,440
  • Defender 110 X P400 – $149,580
  • Defender 90 V8 P525 – $215,480
  • Defender 110 V8 P525 – $220,530

Note: All prices above exclude on-road costs.

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2023 Land Rover Defender 130 SE standard features include:

  • 11.4-inch Pivi Pro infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, digital radio
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Keyless entry and start
  • Adaptive air suspension
  • Terrain Response
  • Cabin air purification system
  • Narvik Black roof rails
  • Ceres Silver exterior detailing
  • 20-inch alloy wheels

Standard features on the Defender 90 and 110 SE include:

  • Premium LED headlights with signature LED daytime-running lights and auto levelling
  • Analogue instrument dials with central TFT display
  • 20-inch ‘Style 5094’ alloy wheels
  • 12-way electric front seats with memory (but no heating)
  • PVU leather-free seat trim. (with grained leather a no-cost option)
  • Multi-colour cabin lighting
  • 11-speaker, 400-watt Meridian sound system (with subwoofer)
  • Eight-speed automatic transmission, all-wheel drive and high/low-range modes
  • Wireless phone charging
  • Climate control
  • Autonomous emergency braking
  • Lane-keep assist
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • Rear cross-traffic alert (with braking)
  • 360-degree camera system, with 3D view and vehicle detection
  • ClearSight Ground View
  • Traffic sign recognition with speed limiter
  • Driver condition monitor
  • Wading depth sensing
  • Tyre pressure monitoring

Optional features on Australian Defender 130s include:

  • Four-zone climate control
  • Heated third-row seats
  • Choice of five or eight seats

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