About Land Rover Freelander

    The British automaker Land Rover targeted the premium compact SUV segment in the late 1980's and grab this segment after the introduction of a compact crossover SUV Land Rover Freelander in 1997. The first generation Land Rover Freelander came off with four-wheel drive and transversely mounted front engine. There were 5-door wagon, 3-door softback, hardback, and van-like versions. Unlike other larger Land Rover models, the Freelander had neither locking differential nor low-range gear selection. However, it was the first Land Rover to have Hill Descent Control system. The ABS and Traction Control system assisted in the off-road driving. The rivals of this vehicle were the smaller Ford Escape and Honda CR-V.

    An upgraded and improved version of the Land Rover Freelander was introduced in 2004 . The vehicle received new interior, plus there were some changes in exterior parts including renew front and rear. The 3-door and 5-door models came in E, S, SE, Sport, and Sport Premium trims. The HSE trim was available only in a 5-door version. The engine choices included 2.0L I4 diesel engine and 2.5L Rover V6 engine producing 175 hp. The standard 5-speed Tiptronic automatic transmission was mated to the V6 engine. The hill descent control and the traction control were offered as well. Taking into account the MG Rover engines production end, after 2005 the Land Rover discontinued the Freelander in the United States.

    The British off-road vehicle, marketed as Land Rover Freelander 2 in Europe, came completely new in the second generation that debuted at the British International Motor Show in 2006. And in 2007 it came back to the North American market under Land Rover LR2 name. Completely re-engineered, now the Land Rover Freelander is built on the Ford EUCD platform. Unlike the traditional sport utility vehicles based on body-on-frame construction, the new Freelander has a uni-body structure. The power comes from a transversely mounted 3.2L inline 6-cylinder engine producing 230 hp that is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. In order to improve both on-road and off-road performance, the Freelander is equipped with the following advanced technologies: terrain response system, gradient release control and a full-time intelligent 4x4 system.

    One of the first in a long line of compact SUVs to make it across the ocean into North America, the Land Rover Freelander has been a pioneering example of the class that is now considered to be among the most popular. When it comes to off-road adventures that require full attention, drivers want a smooth handling machine that handles the ride with efficiency and ease. That's what has made the Freelander so special. Dynamite performance due to solid Land Rover parts coupled with old-fashioned English style make the Freelander an absolute automotive treasure. Still a viable presence on the road to this day, drivers of the Land Rover Freelander tend to add on their own custom accessories and parts to further the legacy.

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    Land Rover Freelander 2 Gains Parkers' New Car Award 2011
    Land Rover Freelander 2 Gains Parkers' New Car Award 2011

    Carrying an improved 2.2 litre diesel engine, the 2011 Freelander 2 offers two power outputs, the 150 hp TD4 and the 190hp SD4. The off-road performance of this model, also a class-leading one due to Terrain ResponseTM, the improved fuel economy, exclusive cabin, and its affordable cost assure a winning package. Based on facts provided by the Parkers cost of motoring tool, the Parkers New Car Awards mark out 'the cars that make your cash go further'. What cost of motoring tool does is help the consumers discover the car's costs (whether it's new or used) taking into consideration all of the costs, including showroom tax, depreciation, servicing, and fuel consumption.

    As stated by Kieren Puffett, editor of Parkers, it's the first-rate and roomy interior, undoubted off-road capability, and the up market feel of Land Rover Freelander 2 2.2 which made it win the Parkers' New Car Awards 2011 4x4 category. The 2011 Freelander 2.2 TD4 S now delivers 45mpg, because fuel consumption and lower emissions were improved due to stop/start technology.

    Boasting highly competitive running costs, the model is a type of vehicle that makes the car buyer's cash go the furthest. Colin Green, the managing director of Land Rover, noticed that the award which the Freelander has gained, shows that the model features not only outstanding value, but an excellent cost as well.