2004 Land Rover Freelander SE 4dr AWD SUV (2.5L 6cyl 5A)
Hi Guys I have had a 1.8 Petrol engine manual for two years the only problem I have had is the three lights for ABS/TC & HD Kept lighting it took three attempts to fix the fault but after that I have enjoyed every moment with the car. I have found that over Mud and rough terrain this thing never lets me down. There are a few issues I have like the front seats are not very comfy for long drives but other than that the car is OK. I have done 20,000 miles in mine I have not had to replace the tires and Brakes as yet. I will be replacing this one with a New Diesel next week with an Auto engine.
The Car looks good I like the rear tailgate you have plenty of room and don't have to heave over a lump to get in the back also the window goes down so you can have that down as well in the summer. Cross country this thing goes where a lot of others don't go. I have never got stuck anywhere
Seats seem to cramp you in at the sides of legs gets a bit uncomfortable on long drives New Freelander 2 has solved this. Cheap plastic in the cabin needs to be replaced again the 2 has this seen to
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