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Back up for sale (buyer failed to contact me after accepting his/her offer) is a beautiful, well maintained, AA
Yellow 1994 North American Spec (NAS) Land Rover Defender 90. Only 7,500 NAS D90s were officially imported
(1994, 1995, and 1997), which makes them a highly sought after and iconic 4-wheel drive vehicle. This is a fun
vehicle, an impressive machine, and a piece of off-road history.
1994 Land Rover Defender, #1615
~124,000 miles (114K on the odometer, which was replaced after 10K miles)
3.9L V8 engine, 5 speed manual transmission, 4 wheel drive with center differential lock (not axle lockers)
Owned & self-maintained since 2008 Ive put less than 15K miles on it
Runs & drives great
Garage kept since I have owned it
AA Yellow Exterior good shape for a 20+ year old vehicle- not perfect, but she cleans up nicely
Interior is clean and in good shape for age front seats recently reupholstered with new foam and seat
skins. Rear seat skin recently repaired (picture prior to repair)
Minimal rust rust is mainly on bolt on components (side steps, fuel tank guard, spare tire holder, trailer
Old Man Emu medium duty suspension (~1.5 lift)
Front & rear sway bar quick disconnects
Soft top replaced with OE top (Bestop)
Vehicle is in great shape for 20+ year old rig, but it is a used vehicle, and therefore it is being sold as-is,
with no implied warranty or guarantees
$48,500, or best offer. Serious inquiries only. I have the title in hand and prefer to do business in person,
1994 Land Rover Defender on 2040-cars
Cumberland City, Tennessee, United States
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Auto blogThu, 24 Apr 2014 08:44:00 EST
With most recalls seemingly affecting mass-market vehicles, it'd be all too easy to assume, consciously or otherwise, that higher-end automobiles never face such issues. But the main reason we don't see the NHTSA recalling more luxury automobiles isn't because of their quality, we'd postulate: it's because of their relative scarcity.
Take Jaguar Land Rover, recalls of whose vehicles we only seem to have cause to report about once a year. So if you're figuring they're about due, here you go. The Indian-owned British auto group has just announced two recalls, both regarding suspension components: one affecting Jaguars and another concerning - you guessed it - Land Rovers.
First up we have a recall for 2013 to 2014 model year Jaguar XJ, XF and XK models - a whopping 297 of them - which have been found to have problematic toe links. Separation of the toe link from the rear sub-frame could result in impaired stability and control over the vehicle's direction, so JLR is calling them in to replace the nuts and washers on the rear toe links.
The success of Jaguar Land Rover in recent years has largely been down to a resurgent product lineup, but a recent move into the research and development will see the British-based, Indian-owned brands take the fight to its German rivals more aggressively than ever before.
JLR is investing 50 million pounds ($80,345,000, as of this writing) in a joint R&D center in central England. The move will more than triple its staff dedicated to research, from 150 to 500, with Wolfgang Epple, JLR's Director of Research and Technology telling Automotive News Europe, "In order to play among the big animals in automotive and to be anchored in the mind of customers you have to have offered something unique, to be first in market. We want to be one of the key premier automotive manufacturers."
Jaguar Land Rover's 50-million-pound contribution represents more than half of the 94-million-pound tab, on the so-called National Automotive Innovation Campus. Based at Warwick University, Tata's European Technical Center, Warwick Manufacturing Group and the Higher Education Funding Council, an agency of the British government, are all chipping in for the facility.
While the European auto market for Jaguar and Land Rover is waning, Chinese car buyers can't get enough of the British marques. To meet that demand, Tata Motors, parent company of Jag and Land Rover, is partnering with Chinese automaker Chery Automobile Co.
The two announced plans to invest $1.75 billion to build a new plant and create a new, China-focused brand. 2014 is the target for completion of the factory. Jaguars and Land Rovers built at the facility will be the first ever produced outside the UK according to the Associated Press. The JV will be called Chery Jaguar Land Rover Automotive Company Ltd.
The announcement comes less than a month after JLR announced it would open a design studio in China. It's not clear from the reports whether the two announcements are part of the same JV or two separate plans.