Land Rover Freelander 2.0 Td4 HSE 5dr

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Land Rover Freelander 2.0 Td4 HSE 5dr

Land Rover present the Freelander 2.0 Td4 HSE 5dr 4 X 4 with 5 Speed - (Man) / 5 Speed Steptronic - (Auto), Four Wheel Drive (4x4) running on Diesel

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“Baby Range Rover”

published 04/10/2007

Proquite economcial, very comfortable, loaded with e...

Consnothing yet

This is the first 4x4 I have owned. The other cars on my drive are Japanese import sports cars which are low and very very fast. This is to some extent the complete opposite but is a wonderful experience. Our car was delivered in shining black with a black leather interior with .4 of a mile on...

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“Land Rover TD4”

published 22/02/2006

ProPowerful engine, it makes you feel safe

Conssounds like a tractor

My grand parents got one of these about 3 years ago; they had just gone into retirement and wanted to get a practical but sporty looking 4x4. **Comforts** This model had: - Electric windows - ABS - Remote central locking - Power steering - Cassette player (fm, am, radio) - Sun roof - Removable...

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Good

ProExcellent TD4 engine, rugged good looks

ConsPoor 1.8i petrol engine

Firstly I would like to explain my situation, I currently work for a Landrover dealership in the Midlands, I work in the after sales side, therefore I am constantly in and out of Freelanders of all ages, models and engine options. The Freelander concept is basically a good one, the cars are...

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Super

“TD4 S”

published 28/01/2003

ProGood engine performance

Consa few rattles on the trim & road noise

I went for the TD4S, it's the lowest specification model, no air con, steel wheels, one driver side air bag, basic radio/casette. The plus side to this is it's less attractive to potential thieves than a TD4 with all the "bells" The car drives very well as the 1951cc diesel engine is excellent. I...

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Excellent

“Freelander Commercial Diesel”

published 20/01/2009

ProGreat work horse with a cavernous back

ConsPoor visibility when reversing horse trailer - esp...

I have owned my 2.0d x reg Freelander diesel Commercial (van jobber) for 2 years had 80,000 on the clock when i got it and now has over 100,000. It had rather a lot wrong with it when i got it, all the usual problems but as hubby is in the trade it wasnt to bad to fix her up and as she is a van...

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Excellent

“Smooth Ride”

published 22/05/2003

ProVersatile

ConsParking it

Well when you live in a country that builds on a volcano you have to choose the right vehicle and buying the Land Rover Freelander 2.0D was the best thing we ever did! It has been 8 months since the purchase and no regrets so far. I honestly cannot find anything I would change about it. Taking...

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Super

ProDiesel the most fuel efficient, best torque of the...

ConsDiesel may appear more expensive at the pump in th...

Bought, drove and sold 3 Freelanders between 1998 and 2002. Started out with the 1.8 litre petrol, then the 2 litre Rover diesel, and finally the Td4 which is powered by the BMW 2 litre engine that won awards in the BMW 320d. The Td4 was by far the best of the 3 that I owned. For one, by then...

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“TD4 Commercial 2001 model”

published 18/02/2005

ProCar like, comfortable motorway driving good compro...

Consnot a serious off roader and still has reliability...

I bought a second hand commercial model of the Freelander that had previously been leased by an Orange telecom engineer. It had about 46,000 miles on the clock and was in good condition. The commercial version is a lowest specified standard 3 door freelander that has had the seats and windows...

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Excellent

ProTowing capability, practicality, equipment levels

Consbody roll, easily damaged interior, awkward hardba...

i have found it hard to find a small 4 x 4 that is actually a capable off roader, with towing ability for my horse! In the Freelander i have found a solution to my problem. Since driving a diesel engine Freelander all other small 4 x 4's seem to fade into insignificance. The car itself is well...

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Excellent

“XEDI”

published 05/03/2003

ProSafe, Fuel Economy, Design, Space, low depreciatio...

ConsSluggish accelleration, high servicing costs, only...

The Freelander XEDI is an all round excellent car. I have used mine off road in some pretty hairy conditions and it coped brilliantly in some very wet and deep mud. Also waded through a flood of over 2 foot deep with out any complaints. On road, it's an excellent ride, in addition to having the...

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Satisfactory

“IT'S NOT THE BEST 4X4”

published 06/06/2004

ProStill outselling any other 4x4

ConsMany.

Let me first say that I am reviewing this due to working first hand at a Landrover dealership and watching many freelanders, discovery's, and Range Rovers come flooding in with problems. I have never owned one and never will now but have seen, driven them many times through out my two years...

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Excellent

“Great all rounder”

published 19/07/2003

ProGood towing capabilities

ConsStorage of removeable hard top

I bought a Freelander TD4 two months ago, having always been a huge fan of the Land Rover marque. It is quite unlike other Landrovers and other vehicles in it's class. The handling has the secure feeling of a smaller car, but has the added benefit of a high driving position, allowing a greater...

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Super

“freelander td4 sport 3 door”

published 28/04/2008

Propracticality,looks,td4 engine,electric rear window

Conslack of 6th gear,needs a bit more go

ultra practical vehicle esp if you have a large German shepherd and a mentalist spaniel to cart around with you too! everything inside is wipe clean and the face lift interior is smart looking and durable too.the manual sunroof is handy although the clips to close it rattle a little.(a little oil...

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Super

ProOff Road, Easy to drive, ENGINE

ConsService, Interior is boring,.

The Land Rover Freelander is one of Land Rovers most popular cars of the last few years, and its understandable for my experiences. It’s a 2005 “55” plate facelifted Freelander. In black, which is without doubt one of the best colours- along with silver. My dad owned the TD4 Adventurer, but I...

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Super

“1998 2.0L Diesel Freelander.”

published 30/08/2006

ProThe earlier (non turbo) Diesel is willing and reli...

ConsAlthough a little underpowered and can be expensiv...

I bought my 8 year old Freelander 2.0 XEDi with 80,000 miles on the clock and a recently changed cam belt and can report trouble-free motoring. It was expensive (they hold their value) but I soon discovered that my car has an electric sunroof which never worked and remains permanently shut. I...

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Product Information : Land Rover Freelander 2.0 Td4 HSE 5dr

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Land Rover present the Freelander 2.0 Td4 HSE 5dr 4 X 4 with 5 Speed - (Man) / 5 Speed Steptronic - (Auto), Four Wheel Drive (4x4) running on Diesel

Product Details

Manufacturer: Land Rover

Boot Capacity (litres): 1319, 1194

Weight: 1640

Length: 4449, 4423, 4437, 4459

Width: 1809

Height: 1708, 1717, 1696, 1687

Towing Limit (kg): 1800

Engine Size (cc): 1951

Insurance Group: 12, 10, 11

Driven Wheels: Four Wheel Drive (4x4)

Torque: 192@1750 lb/ft

Release Date: 01.01.2005

Fuel Capacity (litres): 59

Cylinders: 4

Warranty: 3 years / Unlimited miles

Maximum Speed (mph): 102

NCAP Rating: NCAP 3 Star Rating

Number of Doors: 5, 3

Type: Car

Emissions Class: EU3

CO2 Emissions: 205 g/km - (Man) / 240 g/km - (Auto)

Country of Origin: UK

Range + Engine Type: Freelander 2.0, Freelande 2.0, Freelander 2.0 TD4

Classification: SUV

Body Type: 4 X 4

Fuel Type: Diesel

Transmission type: 5 Speed Manual; 5 Speed Steptronic Automatic, 5 Speed Manual Gearbox; 5 Speed Steptronic Automatic, 5 Speed Manual Gearbox

Power: 112

Range: Land Rover Freelander

Available Trims: E; HSE; S; SE; Sport; Sport Premium

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