/7-Seat Kahn Land Rover Defender Is the Coolest Family Bus Ever!

7-Seat Kahn Land Rover Defender Is the Coolest Family Bus Ever!

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SUVs with seven seats are generally considered to be the most family oriented type of car you can get. This awesome blacked-out 7-seat Kahn Land Rover Defender can also be called a family car, but only if the family in question is the Osbournes!

Featuring a custom Chelsea Wide Track body kit, Kahn Land Rover Defender 7-seater is based on a 2.2 TDCI XS 110 model, murdered-out in black and equipped with a set of equally black 8×16 inch 1948 Defend wheels shod with 235/85/16 chunky tires and supported by two-inch suspension lift, upgraded gas shocks and steering dampers. So those rugged looks are backed up by a lot of off-road capability.

Speaking of those rugged looks, the styling package on Kahn Land Rover Defender includes a Military front grille with a stainless steel mesh insert, new front bumper with lighting elements, cross-hair military headlights, sump guard, mesh hood vents, Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover,  twin crosshair exhaust system, and red brake calipers.

Behind those tinted windows Kahn Land Rover Defender boasts a magnificent interior featuring quilted and perforated front, middle and rear folding seats and single spoke steering wheel, centre glove box in quilted and perforated leather with Harris Tweed, roof grab handles and rear passenger knee protectors in Harris Tweed, rev counter and Churchill time clock facia in red, hard wearing front and rear cabin floor mats and vented foot pedals in machined aluminium.

All that make the £43,875 asking price for this vehicle sound like a bargain.

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