By the end of the 1970s lack of investment meant that the marque was now outdated. The introduction of the 110 in 1983 with improved suspension and more luxury was long overdue. The short-wheelbase 90 came just over a year later. These new models were aimed at the higher end of the market. Sales were steady due to longevity and reliability, the Defender replacing the 90 and 110 models in 1990. The Defender had the option of the 200Tdi diesel engine and had power-assisted steering. This is a book of contemporary road tests, technical data and specifications, with off-road reports, background information and driving impressions. Models covered include: County Station Wagon, V8, Diesel, County TD, Anphi-Rover, Automatic, Defender 90, 110, 110 Hiline SW, Turbo D 110, Defender 130 Tipper, Tdi, Defender County, Military.