Land Rover has become synonymous with go anywhere motoring and while cars like the Range Rover tailor the premium end of market, the entry level model to the brand, the Freelander, has become one of the biggest selling models in Europe.

While its days may be numbered with the arrival of the Discovery Sport, the Freelander remains one of the most popular compact 4x4s in its class.

In the interest of economy and emissions, many of the freelancer engines have been discontinued leaving just two versions of the 2.2 litre diesel – offering 148 or 187bhp.

As you’d expect for a Landy, its great in the rough stuff with a off road function that automatically sets the car up depending on the terrain.

Inside the cabin has a much more premium feel compared to Freelanders of old. 

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Sarah Lewis


November 26, 2014