2002 Land Rover Freelander SE 4dr AWD SUV (2.5L 6cyl 5A)
the steel outer shell is extremely thin (I could
push it in by touching it lightly) and cheap.
Does not compare to the thick steel of the
Liberty (much less $). Handling is very nice on
the LR, milage undoes the fun. Shift is good,
horsepower is shameful. sunroof cover has
slits in it. Controls hard to see, clock does not
light up at night. For side impact this car is
dangerous. Nothing but a ridiculous floating
bar protects driver and passengers from a
fatality. No side crash test results on this
matter suggest neglect, and mars seriously
the Landrover reputation.
shifting systems, manual, sport and auto
trans. Good BMW.
SAFETY, a dash you can actually see,
better mileage,better costumer support. Get a
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