2000 Land Rover Defender 2.5 MT Hard Top 110

2000 Land Rover Defender LDH 2.5 MT Hard Top 110 (122 Hp)
Defender LDH 2.5 MT Hard Top 110 (122 Hp)
2000 Defender LDH 2.5 MT Hard Top 110 (122 Hp)
Land Rover Defender LDH 2.5 MT Hard Top 110 (122 Hp)
2000 Land Rover Defender LDH 2.5 MT Hard Top 110 (122 Hp)
Defender LDH 2.5 MT Hard Top 110 (122 Hp)

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Body typeSUV
Power122 Hp
Engine Displacement2500 cm3 or 2.5L or 152.5 cu-in
Transmission GearboxManual
Fuel TypeDiesel
Drive wheel4WD
Mileage68350 Miles
Price (out of date)$8046

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the body type, Land Rover Defender SUV 2000?SUV, 5 Seats, 5 Doors
What is the fuel economy, Land Rover Defender LDH 2000?10.8 l/100 km
How fast is the car, 2000 Land Rover Defender 2.5 MT Hard Top 110?130 km/h, 0-100 km/h: 17.5 sec
How much power, Land Rover Defender 2000 SUV 2.5 MT Hard Top 110 (122 Hp)?122 Hp
What is the engine size, 2000 Land Rover Defender SUV 2.5 MT Hard Top 110 (122 Hp)?2.5L or 2495cm3
How many gears, What type is the gearbox, Land Rover Defender SUV 2000?5 speed Manual
What is the drivetrain, Land Rover Defender LDH 2000?All wheel drive (4x4)
How long is this vehicle, 2000 Land Rover Defender 2.5 MT Hard Top 110?4590 mm
How wide is the vehicle, Land Rover Defender 2000 SUV 2.5 MT Hard Top 110 (122 Hp)?1790 mm
What is the gross weigh, 2000 Land Rover Defender SUV 2.5 MT Hard Top 110 (122 Hp)?3050 kg

Land Rover Defender LDH 2.5 MT Hard Top 110 (122 Hp) 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Specs

General information

Complectation name2.5 MT Hard Top 110
Production start year1990
Production end year2007
Drive typeAll wheel drive (4x4)
Frame typeSUV
Transmission type5 speed Manual
Engine volume, cc2495
Frame nameLDH
0 to 100 time17.5
Max speed130
Clearance, mm215
Manufacturing countryUK

Vehicle generation

Generation name110
Generation number1
Production start year1990
Production end year2007

Engine, transmission and steering specs

Engine specs

Engine name14P; 10P; 15P
Engine typeIn-line, 5-cylinder
Has turboyes
Turbo typeTurbine
Max power, hp122
Max power RPM, rpm4200
Max power, hp (kWt) / rpm122 (90) / 4200
Max torque, N*m300
Max torque RPM, rpm1950
Max torque, N*m (kg*m) / rpm300 (31) / 1950
Valves per cylinder2
Compression ratio19.5
Bore, mm84.5
Stroke, mm89

Fuel consumption

Country side9.7


Power steeringyes


Frame dimensions

Exterior length, mm4590
Exterior width, mm1790
Exterior height, mm2059

Interior dimensions

Seat rows2

Chassis dimensions

Wheel base, mm2794
Wheel spacing front1486
Wheel spacing rear1486

Weight and permissible load

Mass, kg1962
Max. weight3050
Front axe load1200
Rear axe load1850


Fuel tank capacity, l75

Suspension specs

Suspension specs

Front suspensionDependent, spring loaded
Rear suspensionDependent, spring loaded
Cenral diff lockyes

Wheel rims

Aluminium wheeloption


Front wheels235 R16
Rear wheels235 R16


Front brakeDiscs
Rear brakeDiscs

2000 Land Rover Defender LDH 2.5 MT Hard Top 110 (122 Hp) specs

The Land Rover Defender is a British four wheel drive Off-road utility vehicle. It is the product of continued development of the original utility Land Rover Series I launched in 1948. Using the basic yet robust underpinnings of a ladder frame chassis and aluminium body, the Defender is available in a huge variety of body types (as of 2007, 20000 major body types are available from the factory, plus many more specialist versions such as fire engines, hydraulic platforms and military versions). Defenders are used for a very wide variety of purposes- from agricultural and industrial users to a large number of military customers. Defenders are also a common choice for use on expeditions and surveys throughout the world. As well as these more traditional roles, in recent years the Defender has been increasingly used by families and individuals as a private car.

The Defender was not an entirely new model at launch. It used engines and body panels carried over from the Series III Land Rover; gearbox, axles and suspension from the Range Rover.

Production of the model now known as the Defender began in 1983 as the Land Rover One Ten, a simple name which reflected the 110 inch (2.794 m) length of the wheelbase. The Land Rover Ninety, with 93inch (2.362m) wheelbase, and Land Rover 127, with 127in (3.226m) wheelbase, soon followed.

Outwardly, there is little to distinguish the post-1983 vehicles from the Series III Land Rover. A full-length bonnet, revised grille, plus the fitting of wheel arch extensions to cover wider-track axles are the most noticeable changes. Mechanically the Ninety and One Ten were a complete modernisation of the former Series platform. Specifically:

  • The use of coil springs, whereas Series vehicles had leaf springs. This gave a more comfortable ride and improved axle articulation.
  • A permanent four-wheel drive system as used since 1970 on the Range Rover, featuring a two-speed transfer gearbox with a lockable centre differential.
  • As part of the update, a new series of progressively more powerful and more modern engines were designed, although the Series III engine line-up remained in place when the vehicles were first launched.
  • The interior was modernised; a taller one-piece windscreen replaced the split-screen of the Series models.

The One Ten was launched in 1983, and the Ninety followed in 1984. From 1984, wind-up windows were fitted (Series models and very early One Tens had sliding panels), and a 2.5-litre, 68hp (51kW) diesel engine was introduced. This was based on the earlier 2.3-litre engine, but had a more modern fuel-injection system as well as increased capacity. A low compression version of the 3.5-litre V8 Range Rover engine was available too which transformed performance.

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