2002 Land Rover Freelander SE 4dr AWD SUV (2.5L 6cyl 5A)
College grads. like myself or folks
just getting into a good paying job can
now afford to buy what was once a well-
off person's brand and the 30K price
tag is well worth the admission. Not
quite the upper echelon of SUV's, but
far above the "standard" ones built for
the "Honda Accord/Civic & Toyota Camry"
Step-tronic transmission, ABS, Hill
Descent Control, exterior styling is in
a class all by itself except for the
ugly tail lights...Jeep Liberty
Cheap looking dash/interior for such a
prestigious marque, V6 lacks grunt & hp
plus terrible MPG, arm rest, fog
lights, HID headlight option, include
side impact + head airbags...Saturns
have them and they cost 10K less...what
gives Land Rover?
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