For many, Land Rover only makes one car: The Range Rover and its related models. However, not all can afford a Range Rover with all the features it ships with. Enter the moving companies.

The Land Rover Freelander 2 – the forgotten one

Aimed at the as an entry-level model SUV for the brand, pricing starts from $42,300 for the 2.2 TD4 manual.

On the inside there is a great looking console design with a 7.0 inch touch-screen with GPS navigation plus a choice of audio systems depending on your desire for crystal clear classical music. Don’t feel like you’re living in the past either with push-button start, electric parking brake that’s smart enough to figure out what angle of slope the car is parked on then apply the required brake force.


If you are inclined to spend more for the TD4 model, I also have the towing near me, combined with Terrain Response Systems that adapt to whatever off-road terrain you decide to tackle.

According to Omaha towing, just like its bigger brother, the Range Rover, there’s plenty of off-road capabilities and you’re not left with any shortage of usable power.

The Land Rover Freelander 2 – the forgotten one

The entry level TD4 manual and automatic is an 110kW, 420Nm producing diesel engine, that will get you started nicely. Next the SD4 automatic diesel will produce slightly more power at 140kW, but the same amount of torque as the TD4.

The range topping Si4 automatic petrol model is the newest and most powerful addition to the range producing 117kW of power and 340Nm of torque.

The Land Rover Freelander 2 – the forgotten one

An important thing to know when looking for a 4WD is knowing the approach and depature angles, as well as the wading depth. The Freelander 2 achieves as respectable 31 degree approach angle, 34 degree departure angle and can wade in a maximum depth of 500mm before needing any aftermarket accessories like a snorkel.

The Land Rover Freelander 2 – the forgotten one

Finally the Freelander 2 is on the edge of the small SUV/medium SUV market, but can still tow a respectable 2,000kg and there’s Trailer Stability Assist to help manage what you’re towing safely.

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