All-New Land Rover Defender and Its Alternatives with Cheaper Prices in 2020

If you are into cars, then you must have heard about the grand reveal of the highly anticipated Land Rover Defender. The new generation of the icon comes in hot being off-road capable, luxurious and US bound for the first time in 25 years. But with the price tag starting form $50,000 it is a tad too expensive for the average consumer, so in this episode we will show you some of the more affordable used and new models, that share capabilities and flare of the British SUV.

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#1 2020 Land Rover Defender

It has been decades since the fully redesigned Defender was introduced to the market, so the presentation at the Frankfurt Autoshow created waves of excitement throughout the automotive community.

#2 2019 Suzuki Jimny

Suzuki Jimny is a tiny off-roader and perhaps the most manically desired model within the affordable segment especially after the latest redesign.

#3 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser

If Defender’s retro styling is the one thing that appeals to you the most, you should definitely look into getting yourself a used Toyota FJ Cruiser. In addition to the looks, the model offers all-round driving capabilities, feeling equally at home, on a highway, off-road or on a parking lot of a mall.

#4 2020 Jeep Wrangler

Thanks to offering plenty of powertrain options, off-road readiness, and available interior upgrades, 2020 Jeep Wrangler is a decent alternative to a new Defender that is priced almost two times less than its base trim.

#5 2020 Toyota 4Runner

For the 2020 model year, 2020 Toyota 4Runner is available in 6 trim levels and 2 specials editions, Venture and Nightshade, most of which are built for all-terrain driving and have superb off-road capabilities.

#6 2012-2013 Mercedes-Benz G-Class

When it comes to premium off-roaders, the iconic Gelendewagen is Land Rover’s closest rival, but taking into account that the price tag for the latest 2019 model kicks off from $124,000 and up, only a used G-Class should be considered.


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