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Maintenance - Tyre pressures

The following indications are only basic references. Tyre pressures should be checked with cold tyres as the pressure rises by about 0,25 bars after driving a short distance. No warranty etc etc. Emergency means a maximum speed of 25 Mph / 40 km/h. If you tow a trailer you must consider the "Laden" figures even if the car is empty. .

If the tires have been exposed to high temperatures or sun before measuring DO NOT reduce any overpressure as this may be caused by the intense heat inside the tire.

Land Rover 90 and Defender 90
       
Emergency Laden
Emergency Unladen
SIZE   Front Rear Front Rear Front Rear
205R16 psi 28 35 16 23 16 16
  bar 1,9 2,4 1,1 1,6 1,1 1,1
750R16 psi 28 40 16 23 16 16
  bar 1,9 2,75 1,1 1,6 1,1 1,1

 

Land Rover 110 and Defender 110
       
Emergency Laden
Emergency Unladen
SIZE   Front Rear Front Rear Front Rear
750R16 psi 28 48 16 26 16 16
  bar 1,9 3,3 1,1 1,8 1,1 1,1

 

Land Rover 130 and Defender 130
       
Emergency Laden
Emergency Unladen
SIZE   Front Rear Front Rear Front Rear
750R16 psi 44 65 16 32 16 16
  bar 3,0 4,5 1,1 2,2 1,1 1,1

 

Land Rover Discovery I
       
Emergency Laden
Emergency Unladen
SIZE   Front Rear Front Rear Front Rear
205R16 psi 28 35 ?(17*) ?(25*) 17 25
  bar 1,9 2,4 ?(1,2*) ?(1,7*) 1,2 1,7

*= my personal suggestion, no warranty and not proposed as such by Land Rover