Registration plate A9OSV
Blue Land rover Defender, manufactured in 1994, first registered on 1 November 1994. Cylinder capacity: 2495cc.
As of 12 May 2018 this vehicle had done 68,506 miles. Current estimated odometer reading: 74,300 miles.
SORN
✗ No MOT Expired: 11 May 2019

MOT history

Test dateExpiry dateResultOdometer reading
2018-05-122019-05-11 Pass68,506
  • axel beams/chassis /tank straps corroded
  • Nearside Direction indicator slightly discoloured (1.4.A.2f)
  • Oil leak ()
2018-04-16- Fail68,465
  • Oil leak ()
  • Axel beams tank straps chassis corroded
  • Nearside Headlamp aim too high Insecure (1.8)
  • Rear registration plate character(s) incorrectly spaced (6.3.4a)
  • Nearside Front Brake hose ferrule excessively corroded (3.6.B.4e)
  • Offside Rear Suspension component mounting prescribed area is excessively corroded (2.4.A.3)
  • Front Suspension component mounting prescribed area is excessively corroded Cross member (2.4.A.3)
2017-04-242018-05-01 Pass66,022
  • Offside Front Direction indicator slightly discoloured (1.4.A.2f)
  • Nearside Front Direction indicator slightly discoloured (1.4.A.2f)
  • Nearside Rear Direction indicator slightly discoloured (1.4.A.2f)
  • Front cross member corroding
  • Offside Rear Coil spring mounting corroded but not seriously weakened (2.4.C.3c)
  • Nearside Rear Coil spring mounting corroded but not seriously weakened (2.4.C.3c)
  • front and rear axle corroding
2017-04-11- Fail65,924
  • Offside Front Direction indicator slightly discoloured (1.4.A.2f)
  • Nearside Front Direction indicator slightly discoloured (1.4.A.2f)
  • Nearside Rear Direction indicator slightly discoloured (1.4.A.2f)
  • Front cross member corroding
  • Offside Rear Coil spring mounting corroded but not seriously weakened (2.4.C.3c)
  • Nearside Rear Coil spring mounting corroded but not seriously weakened (2.4.C.3c)
  • front and rear axle corroding
2016-04-292017-05-01 Pass63,816
2015-04-072016-05-01 Pass61,736
  • Nearside Rear Lower Shock absorber has a slightly worn bush (2.7.4)
  • Offside Rear Shock absorber has a slightly worn bush (2.7.4)
  • Power steering pipe(s) or hose(s) has slight seepage from a seal (2.3.3b)
  • both rear discs corroded inner edges
  • rear brake pipes undersealed/difficult to fully acess
2014-04-222015-05-01 Pass60,317
  • Oil leak
  • Front and rear tyres are different sizes.
2014-04-14- Fail60,228
  • Oil leak
2013-05-022014-05-01 Pass57,743
2011-12-132012-12-12 Pass57,403
  • advise driving lamp on no of switch
2011-11-08- Fail57,402
  • Nearside Rear Lower Shock absorber has a slightly worn bush (2.7.4)
  • Offside Rear Lower Shock absorber has a slightly worn bush (2.7.4)
  • Power steering pump has slight seepage from a component (2.3.3b)
  • Brake pipe slightly corroded (3.6.B.2c)
  • rear discs pitted
  • both front swivel housing seals weeping
  • rear arm ball joint has slight play
  • driving lights stay on unless dip beam selected
2010-11-102011-11-19 Pass55,693
  • both front swivel housing seals weeping
  • power steering system weeping slightly
  • both rear lower shocker bushes slight play
  • rear arm ball joint slight play
  • driving lights stay on unless dip beam selected
2009-11-162010-11-19 Pass53,156
  • Nearside Rear Lower Shock absorber has a slightly worn bush (2.7.4)
  • Offside Rear Lower Shock absorber has a slightly worn bush (2.7.4)
  • Centre Upper Torque/reaction arm has slight play in a ball joint (2.4.G.2)
  • Detachable tow ball has slight play at receiver socket (6.6.4a)
  • driving lamps on all time unless dip beam on
2009-11-16- Fail53,156
  • Brakes imbalanced requirements only just met. It would appear that the braking system requires adjustment or repair. (3.7.B.5b)
  • Nearside Rear Lower Shock absorber has a slightly worn bush (2.7.4)
  • Offside Rear Lower Shock absorber has a slightly worn bush (2.7.4)
  • Centre Upper Torque/reaction arm has slight play in a ball joint (2.4.G.2)
  • Detachable tow ball has slight play at receiver socket (6.6.4a)
  • driving lamps on all time unless dip beam on
2008-11-202009-11-19 Pass51,161
  • Steering component slightly corroded but serviceable (2.2.C.1d)
  • both front hub seals leaking but not contaminating any other components
  • aluminium body corroded
  • oil leak
  • rear discs slightly scored/deteriorated
  • both front hockey sticks all bushes slightly deteriorated
  • slight under body corrosion
2008-11-11- Fail51,161
  • Steering component slightly corroded but serviceable (2.2.C.1d)
  • both front hub seals leaking but not contaminating any other components
  • aluminium body corroded
  • oil leak
  • rear discs slightly scored/deteriorated
  • both front hockey sticks all bushes slightly deteriorated
  • slight under body corrosion
2007-11-152008-11-19 Pass49,367
  • Exhaust has a minor leak of exhaust gases (7.1.2)
  • both wipers slightly deteriorated
  • nearside rear tyre deflated
  • offside front swivel pitted
  • offside front swivel slight leak
  • all flexi hose ferrels corroded
  • both front shckers misting oil
2007-11-13- Fail49,367
  • Exhaust has a minor leak of exhaust gases (7.1.2)
  • both wipers slightly deteriorated
  • nearside rear tyre deflated
  • rear bumper corroded
  • offside front swivel pitted
  • offside front swivel slight leak
  • all flexi hose ferrels corroded
  • both front shckers misting oil
2006-11-132007-11-19 Pass48,738
  • Front Brake pad(s) wearing thin (3.5.1g)
  • o/s/f swivel housing pitted
2005-11-092006-11-19 Pass47,235
  • O/S/R CHASSIS HOLED AND CORODED †N/S DOOR STEP, BOTTOM HAS CORODED AWAY

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