2002 Land Rover Freelander SE 4dr AWD SUV (2.5L 6cyl 5A)
Despite the Freelander getting less than favorable
reviews in various publications, I still can not agree
with most of them, I feel comfortable in this car,
and I am 6.2". Even though current design trends
seem to dictate a more spaceship like look on many
cars out there, I think the Freelanders interior is
quite functional, timeless and easy to get used to.
The leather seats are very comfortable. the V6
engine has plenty of power, the AC seem fine, the
standard sound system is adequate. This vehicle
feels very solid, it handles great and looks great. I
appreciate all the handy little details that is put into
Comfortable, feels solid, handles great, many
useful design details, easy to use step-tronic
transmission, people like this car, less hassle from
other drivers than in my Passat.
Mileage, perhaps a future hybrid engine would sell
well imo. Ventilation fan is loud, door handles hard
to find, occasional rough and
indecisive transmission when driving uphill on
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