The Registry Of Ex-Military Land-Rovers Au, NZ, etc Land-Rover Perentie 4x4 / 6x6 in service

110 Perentie Senior Commander Variant

Unladen Mass 2430kg (Without Winch)
Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) 3200 kg
Gross Trailer Mass Rating 900kg
Length 4830mm
Height 2040mm
Width 2058mm
Wheelbase 2794mm
Track 1498mm
Fording Depth 500mm
Engine Isuzu 4BD1. 3.9 Litre, 4 cylinder Diesel
Power 66kw @ 3200rpm
Torque 245nm @ 1900rpm
Gearbox 4 speed LT95A
Winch Thomas T8000M
Equipment Kit CES 12086
Repair Parts Scale 02194

Nomenclature: Truck, Carryall, Lightweight, Senior Commander, FFR, Winch, MC2
Liability Code: 73510
Role: The primary role of the vehicle is the movement of senior commanders and other VIP's on sealed or second class roads and under cross country conditions where the use of a normal GS vehicle is not appropriate.
Features: The vehicle has a station wagon type body with a single side hinged rear door and a 'safari' roof with no alpine windows. An auxiliary 28v electrical system is fitted with one bank of batteries in a special enclosure behind the rear seat. A power distribution panel and a mounting tray for radios are provided. The vehicle has a range of approximately 520km on first class roads. 7 passengers including driver can be carried.

Information: The Senior Commander is an Army version of the commercial Land Rover 110 series commercial vehicle. Chassis modifications include points for a helicopter sling, shipping tie down and vehicle recovery points. Some applications will require the towing of a trailer of up to 900kg mass. This version is intended to carry eight passengers without radio equipment or less passengers with radios.


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The winch and tropical roof are clearly visible in this image
Copyright: Australian Frontline Machinery
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A side view showing the radio antenna body mount on the rear bodywork of the vehicle, as well as no alpine windows being present
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The rear of the vehicle showing storage box and power distribution box
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