When you talk about durability blended with elegance, the Land Rover Freelander should be your preferred compact SUV. On and off-road, like any other classic Land Rovers, this big toy does spell power and might.
Its engine performance is obviously great with a fuel consumption that’s reasonable at 20 mpg or even less, plus a 60 mph speed in just about 8.4 seconds. Its state-of-the-art Terrain Response system is most fitted and reliable in rough or off road. But Freelander equally shows off even on tarmac. In fact, it also works better and mostly recommended for long distance travel as its wide refined cabin exudes comfort and safety.
What adds up to its recommendable performance is the 5-star EuroNCAP which Freelander possesses thus making it safe and environmentally friendly, with its 265 g/km CO2 emissions. Another outrageous promo is when you get an off-setting of carbon emission for the first 45,000 miles, applicable to all new Land Rover models like S,GS, XS, SE, HSE and HST.
The high cost of maintenance is expected when you own a Freelander. It also comes at a hefty price tag. But think of how Land Rover functions, then there’s no arguing anymore.