2021 Land Rover Defender MPG Figures
2021 Land Rover Defender fuel economy tops out at 18 mpg in the city with the standard engine. If you upgrade with the larger mild-hybrid powertrain, you’ll be able to reach up to 22 mpg on the highway. While different models offer advantages in different areas, we’re sure you’ll find that the Land Rover Defender mpg figures are more than adequate for your wildest adventures.
Breaking Down the Land Rover Defender Gas Mileage
The 2021 Land Rover Defender gas mileage varies depending on which of its powertrain options you select, and–true to Land Rover Defender history–four-wheel drive is always standard. Engine availability depends on your chosen trim level and body style, so browse the list below to find the Land Rover Defender mpg figures that work for you.
Defender 90 Gas Mileage
The 2.0-liter gas-powered I4 and the 3.0-liter I6 with mild-hybrid tuning both have what it takes to power your Jersey City and Fort Lee adventures:
- Defender 90 with P300 – 18 mpg city / 21 mpg highway / 19 mpg combined
- Defender 90 S with P300 – 18 mpg city / 21 mpg highway / 19 mpg combined
- Defender 90 X-Dynamic with P400 MHEV – 17 mpg city / 22 mpg highway / 19 mpg combined
- Defender 90 First Edition with P400 MHEV – 17 mpg city / 22 mpg highway / 19 mpg combined
- Defender 90 X with P400 MHEV – 17 mpg city / 22 mpg highway / 19 mpg combined
Defender 110 Gas Mileage
While the P300 engine isn’t quite as efficient when equipped on the four-door Defender 110, the difference between the two is minimal. What’s more, the P400 is just as economical here as it is on the model above:
- Defender 110 with P300 – 17 mpg city / 20 mpg highway / 18 mpg combined
- Defender 110 S with P300 – 17 mpg city / 20 mpg highway / 18 mpg combined
- Defender 110 SE with P400 – 17 mpg city / 22 mpg highway / 19 mpg combined
- Defender 110 X-Dynamic SE with P400 – 17 mpg city / 22 mpg highway / 19 mpg combined
- Defender 110 X-Dynamic HSE with P400 – 17 mpg city / 22 mpg highway / 19 mpg combined
- Defender 110 X with P400 – 17 mpg city / 22 mpg highway / 19 mpg combined
If you spend a lot of time on city streets, a Defender 90 equipped with the P300 engine is the most efficient choice. If you have a highway commute or plan to do a lot of long-distance travel, it’s worth it to upgrade with the mild-hybrid P400. You’ll be rewarded with more horsepower and torque, too:
- 2.0L P300 I4 Gas Engine – 296 hp, 295 lb-ft of torque
- 3.0L P400 I6 Gas + MHEV – 395 hp, 406 lb-ft of torque
Your engine isn’t the only factor that you need to consider when choosing a model. Take a closer look at the 2021 Land Rover Defender price list to get a better sense of what each model is offering.
Is the Defender a Fuel-Efficient Off-Road-Capable SUV?
If you’ve driven smaller cars or SUVs in the past, you might not have a complete understanding of just how impressive these numbers are. In fact, the Land Rover Defender mpg figures make it one of the most fuel-efficient off-road-capable SUVs available today!
We think the experts at Motor Trend have said it best: “compared to the G-Wagon and Land Cruiser, the Defender is a Prius.” Check out our off-roading SUV checklist to find out what else you should look for in your chosen model.
Your New Land Rover Defender is Here at Land Rover Englewood!
Are you ready to test out the Land Rover Defender gas mileage on the highways near Englewood and New York City? If you’re eager to take the next steps, take a moment to explore our Defender lease offers or learn more about your Preferred Purchase® options at our dealership.
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