Advantages: Excellent, unobstructed view for driver, spacey interior, useful wind-down back window, economical, great towing Disadvantages: loss of power up hills, can have mechanical problems
...and having put all the white goods in one trip I didn't even know I was towing. I have also used it to tow horses up and down the windy highland roads.
It's ECONOMICAL petrol consumption.
It is very SPACIOUS, I used my Freelander to move house filling it full to bursting and on the 400 + miles on country road and A roads it still managed an average of 37 to the gallon.
This vehicle has exceptional...
Advantages: fast, comfortable on the road, good fuel economy Disadvantages: have to turn on engine to use electrics
...I was looking to replace my clio in Summer 2007 and was looking around for a stronger beefier car. I originally looked at the Freelander in late 2005 but was not for me at the time. Thankfully I am quite glad about that as they bought the new Freelander, called Freelander 2, out in 2006.
My must-have requirements (in no order of preference as I MUST HAVE them):
* automatic gearbox...
Advantages: Off Road, Easy to drive, ENGINE Disadvantages: Service, 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 drove it everywhere. It has a 1951CC Diesel Engine, which was virtually the same as you get in...