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NMBRPL8



Member Since: 07 Jul 2015
Location: Australia
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Australia 
D150 and P150
Can anybody confirm the MY23 Defenders will be fitted with the new 3 cylinder 1500cc engines.
Should I wait until the D100 and P100 come out in MY24, or hold off until the single pot versions arrive in 2026?
Post #966904 6th Oct 2022 4:31pm
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Defendit..



Member Since: 09 Aug 2020
Location: 's-Hertogenbosch
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Netherlands 
"Good things come to those who wait"

Nothing heard about a 3 cilinder.

But, Do good things come to those who wait ?

Buy a P300 while you still can and enjoy it, IMHO No Mud flaps for my 90.!
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P300 S on air, adv.+ offroad pack, DRL+fog, Dinamica Suedecloth + Ebony headliner/Cross Beam- Many Mods..
Post #966959 6th Oct 2022 10:57pm
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lightning



Member Since: 23 Apr 2009
Location: Stockport
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The current trend is for smaller engines that seem to have as much power output as their larger counterparts.

I can see a 1500cc engine being a fair bit more economical than the current engines. My friend has a Ford C-Max (7 seater people carrier)
lt's got a tiny 1.0 3 cylinder petrol, it is not short on performance in fact it goes very well indeed. The other advantage is the power unit is much lighter in weight.
Post #975789 27th Dec 2022 11:21am
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