Are old Land Rover Defenders actually selling for the inflated prices I see advertised online?

Are old Land Rover Defenders actually selling for the inflated prices I see advertised online? Several years ago we had a Fiat 500 we wanted to sell. Prices were high online and on dealers forecourts, but we found when we advertised ours that there was very little interest and we traded it in instead. I wonder if it's the same with Defenders.

Asked on 20 October 2020 by lizybeth5

Answered by Dan Powell
The Land Rover Defender has always been a desirable 4x4. Prices have increased since production stopped and there is a lot of demand for these vehicles from farmers, off-road enthusiasts and people who want to own a genuine part of British motoring history.

For the latest used Land Rover prices, see: www.honestjohn.co.uk/used-prices/Land--Rover
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