The all-new Freelander 2 goes on-sale in the UK next week, and is now available with a range of accessories for customers wanting to personalise their vehicle.
Land Rover has introduced an Audio Connectivity Module for music lovers, to integrate an iPod Nano, iPod 30 +60GB and iPod Photo (version 4), using the steering wheel controls for track selection and volume, with a neat cradle for the iPod positioned to the left of the dashboard controls. The auxiliary connection, fitted as standard, also allows analogue input from other personal music player devices.
To enhance this feature, a Rear Screen Entertainment system with wireless headsets can be added. Comprising of two 5.6 inch LCD screens in the rear headrests, it will allow most portable audio video devices to be connected, including portable DVD players and iPods.
Also announced this week, the following insurance groups have been announced, which show the Freelander 2 to be notably competitive against key rivals such as the BMW X3:
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The Freelander 2 will be in showrooms across the country from 7th December 2006, and comes with either a 2.2 litre turbocharged diesel or 3.2 litre straight-six petrol engine from £20,935 - including CO 2 off-set for the first 45,000 miles.
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