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Land Rover Freelander

Land Rover Freelander (United Kingdom, 2007-present)

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2013 Updates


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2013 Updates

Land RoverLand RoverLand RoverUnited Kingdom, 1978 > present14 models
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upgraded the Freelander 2Freelander Gen.2Land Rover Freelander Gen.2United Kingdom, 2007 > present65 versions
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for the 2013 model year with a new petrol engine, which will not be available in the UK, and most of the trim available on the EvoqueRange Rover EvoqueLand Rover Range Rover EvoqueUnited Kingdom, 2011 > present140 versions
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The new engine is the Si4 2.0-liter petrol with turbocharging and direct injection that produces 240ps and 340Nm of torque. It emits 224g/km of CO2. It replaces the previous Si6 naturally aspirated V6. The new four-cylinder is more powerful but produces 14% less CO2. The engine will not be available in the UK.

Land Rover is making Evoque equipment available on the Freelander. The car gets a better interior with a wider array of available colors, a new center console, a new 7in color touch screen infotainment system, a 825W sound system with 17 speakers, and rear view camera. The car now comes with a smart key that drivers can leave in their pocket.

The Freelander also gets an adaptive parking brake that adjusts the force of the electric parking brake depending on the vehicle’s slope.

The changes on the exterior include new front lights and LED rear lights and new 17in wheels on the base level cars.



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