Keep up to date
Keep up to date with all things Trade Classics, along with new cars.

2009 Land Rover Defender 110 XS Station Wagon LWB

Sold Price


  • Mileage~58,000
  • TransmissionManual
  • Engine2.4L
  • LocationBirmingham


2009 Land Rover Defender 110 XS Station Wagon LWB

Register interest for similar cars


Glyn Parry
Professional Consigner

The Defender 110 Station Wagon is the purity of purpose, a proper off-roader with bags of cabin space.

The Land Rover Defender 110 XS Station Wagon LWB is a seven-seater "go-anywhere" icon. Rugged body lines and a 2.4L inline-four turbo-diesel engine with permanent 4x4 drive, no obstacle will be a challenge. It's the versatility of these Defenders that has endeared to country folk, farmers, vets, the military, and those who want a timeless-looking seven-seater.

We really like this example, owned by a Land Rover enthusiast, finished in an attractive colour with some nice external touches like the wheels and trim, coming with relatively low mileage for a workhorse like this. Freshly prepared for sale, the car will have 12 months MOT for the new owner too.

This auction listing was written from information supplied by Glyn after meeting John the owner, and having visited and photographed the vehicle.

Secure Auctions

We verify all our sellers and buyers to keep our community safe whilst also providing the highest levels of website security.

Full Transparency

8 out of 10 people that buy cars via our service don’t feel the need to visit due to the transparency and thoroughness of our listings.

Vehicle Delivery

We're there every step of your buying journey and will even arrange pick-up and delivery of your new vehicle.

Secure Auctions

We verify all our sellers and buyers to keep our community safe whilst also providing the highest levels of website security.

Full Transparency

8 out of 10 people that buy cars via our service don’t feel the need to visit due to the transparency and thoroughness of our listings.

Vehicle Delivery

We're there every step of your buying journey and will even arrange pick-up and delivery of your new vehicle.

Meet the owner

As you might be able to tell, I'm a pretty big Land Rover fan!

John is a real big Land Rover enthusiast and this 110 XS is just one of many he currently owns. His real passion lies with the older Series 1-3 Land Rovers, and so he is changing up his collection to focus on those cars, by selling a couple of his Defenders. He's covered some ~1,000 miles with this car locally in the midlands.

John is very aware of how desirable Land Rovers have become recently and has kept the Land Rover original while fitting various security features to ensure the bonnet, and doors can't be pinched with ease. He'll be more than happy to answer any questions you may have in the comments below.

Vehicle Owner

Ask the Owner



A charming boxy aluminium shell that's remarkably similar to the 1948 original.

Wheels and Tyres

The car rides on 16" Sawtooth alloys, finished in gloss black, which look in excellent condition all around, including the full-size spare on the rear wheel.

The alloys are wrapped in Cooper Discoverer STT Pro rubber, which has an excellent amount of tread.


The bodywork appears in line with the age and mileage of the car, and in excellent condition throughout. The panels appear very straight with the gaps and shut lines looking good, especially for a Defender.

When getting really close to the bodywork, we notice a few light scuffs around the sills, and on the roof. We noticed the smallest area of corrosion along the alpine windows, but hardly any in the usual corrosion hotspots.

The headlight protectors have been removed, and a soft front nudge bar fitted. A gloss black KBX grille, with gloss black wind mirrors and bonnet vents, has also been fitted.

The underside of the car looks good and free from any usual corrosion, which can be seen in the mechanical photos.


The Defender is finished in a dark green, which appears in excellent condition around the car, and really shows how cared for this car has been. Each panel presents a deep and excellent lustre along with even coverage and colour throughout.

We noticed the rear cross member and sidesteps had been finished in a black satin texturised paint. Please take a look at the photos and videos for a closer look at the paint.

Glass and Trim

The car has also been upgraded with a full set of LED lights [Update - These have been replaced, as the LED lights no longer comply with MOT regulations], tinted rear windows, and a Mantek snorkel.

The glass looks in excellent condition across the car, along with the trim. All the window rubbers and seals appear tight with no signs of excessive wear or degrading.


A remarkably simple and very usable cabin space which has aged gracefully.

Seats and Carpets

The interior of the car looks just as you would expect for a cherished modern classic.

The seats, door cards, and headlining look excellent, with some slight signs of creasing only starting to appear on the driver's half-leather heated seat. The driver's seat bolsters inner has collapsed and would really benefit from the foam being replaced.

The carpeted interior tells a similar story, clean and plush within the cabin. The car doors have been fitted with finger traps for added security.


The dashboard appears in original condition and shows very little wear in line with the age and mileage of the vehicle.

The car is fitted with its original Land Rover radio system, which John reports everything is working on the dash, apart from the aircon.

Steering Wheel / Gear Stick

The original Land Rover steering wheel is fitted and looks in excellent condition inside this off-road monster. The gearstick and range selector also look in great condition and in line with the rest of the car.

Please take a look at the detailed photos and videos for a closer look within the cabin.


An award-winning off-road champion, the Defender 110 dominates in any off-piste terrain.

Engine and Gearbox

The TD5 gave good service, but couldn't comply with European emission regulations, so for Land Rover, they opted for the Ford Duratorq four-cylinder diesel. The 2402cc TDCi achieved the best-ever rates of throttle response and torque through the rev range. It was also the quietest engine, thanks to developments in technology, and offered drivers a pretty smooth ride.

The anti-stall feature was also further improved, allowing the Defender to crawl over almost any terrain, forwards or backward without any accelerator input from the driver.

John reports a great drive in the Defender and mentions it's always been given the attention it deserves via regular servicing and MOTs.

This car is well and truly ready to take on any adventure. Please take a look at the history and paperwork to see the work carried out.

Suspension and Brakes

John reports suspension and brakes work faultlessly, mentioning a comfortable ride with stopping on-demand performance.

In 1983 the switch from leaf spring to coil spring suspension was a key part of the 110's success. It offered improved off-road ability, load capacity, handling, and ride comfort.

The Drive

John reports driving a Defender a unique experience, one that'll make you smile whenever you decided to venture.

Electrics and Other

We're assured that everything on the car works as expected, with the exception of the air conditioning.

The car is equipped with heated front seats, it's original Land Rover radio, and many other nifty features that all have a purpose. Please note, the LED headlights have been swapped out as they are no longer compliant with MOT regulations.

History and Paperwork

A lovely example of a 110 XS Station Wagon, finished in a dark green with some choice personalisation.

The car comes with lots of service history, MOT certificates, and receipts. The car has had a fresh MOT actioned so that the new owner has 12 months covered. Throughout John's ownership, he's fitted tasteful modifications that pair nicely with the deep green paint. Such as the gloss black wing mirrors, bonnet vents, KBX grille, and soft nudge bar - not to forget the snorkel, allowing the car to wade through 900m of water.

John has also fitted many subtle security features for peace of mind, yet has really kept the originality of this desirable off-roader.

We've actioned checks on; Seller ID, V5, HPi.

Service History
Date Type Mileage
24.05.2021 MOT 58,500
16.07.2020 MOT 57,879
01.08.2019 MOT 53,302
29.05.2019 Service 52,215
27.07.2018 MOT 49,437
14.07.2017 MOT 44,294
04.07.2016 MOT 40,241
31.07.2015 Service 28,054
01.06.2015 MOT 27,896
14.06.2014 MOT 26,379
24.06.2013 MOT 22,379
21.06.2013 Service (MD) 22,348
20.06.2012 MOT 18,443
20.06.2012 Service (MD) 18,443
17.06.2011 Service (MD) 12,443
09.06.2010 Service (MD) 5,824
Key Details
  • Model110 XS Station Wagon LWB
  • TransmissionManual
  • Reg. Date25.06.2009
  • CC2,402
  • Mileage~58,000
  • HistoryExcellent
  • ColourGreen
  • Interior ColourBlack
  • Interior TrimHalf leather
  • Chassis #SALLDHMS79A780125
  • Engine #090226154459244DT
  • Last Service29.05.2019
  • MOTYes. Exp - 31.07.2021
  • MOT ExemptNo
  • Road Tax ExemptNo
  • HPi ClearYes
  • Former Keepers3
  • Tyre TreadExcellent
  • Tyre BrandCooper
  • Tyre Age2020
  • Security SysEnhanced
  • VisitedYes
  • Sale TypePrivate
  • Owned10 months
  • Key FeatureCondition

Vehicle Sold

Register your interest for similar cars.

This vehicle has now been sold - click 'Register Similar' below to get notified when we consign a similar vehicle.

Ask Owner
Show Bids Only
£22,500 bid by Rdunc 28.05.2021 @ 16:43:08
£21,957 bid by splub1 28.05.2021 @ 14:52:22
£21,500 bid by Rdunc 28.05.2021 @ 06:47:30
£20,453 bid by splub1 27.05.2021 @ 17:16:34
£20,000 bid by Rdunc 27.05.2021 @ 13:43:59
£18,997 bid by splub1 27.05.2021 @ 12:21:40

Hi John, could you confirm that the VINs on the Brake pedal box (plate beneath bonnet), Windscreen and the Chassis all match? And match that on the V5c document? Ideally, pictures would be great. Kind Regards, George


Hi all the numbers match screen brake box and log book


Thanks, and Chassis?


Hi I’ve looked in handbook and those are the places for numbers and it matches the service book too I need a new hip so I can’t get under car

£14,500 bid by BGS 26.05.2021 @ 08:48:44
£14,000 bid by Rdunc 25.05.2021 @ 23:26:35

hi john any idea of the aircon problem thanks


Good evening I’ve just been honest the air conditioning the button lights up and turns on the fan but the pump doesn’t kick in so it may need a topping up that’s all I know when I was getting an Mot today the inspector asked if the air conditioning was on as the fan kicked in but it was not
The truck now has 12 months Mot it did fail on the now illegal led headlights which have been replaced


Hi, would it be possible to view this vehicle? If so, whereabouts are you based?



Kulraj Salh

Hi George, please drop us an email to arrange a viewing.

£12,000 bid by BGS 25.05.2021 @ 09:29:34
£10,500 bid by milanesegino 24.05.2021 @ 13:18:33
£10,000 bid by BGS 24.05.2021 @ 12:01:00
£3,250 bid by BryanW82 24.05.2021 @ 11:54:29
£3,000 bid by Nelly71 24.05.2021 @ 11:27:36

Vehicle Location


Delivery Calculator

Thank You

Form Submitted

Your request has been submitted successfully and we'll keep you updated.