Two new 'Definitive Edition' Land Rover Freelander models, 'Adventurer' and 'Freestyle', are introduced to the 2006 model year range and are on-sale now.
The new Freelander range offers a higher level of specification on both 3 and 5 door models, with the 'Adventurer' derivative boasting standard features that include air-conditioning, front sports seats, 16" alloy wheels, alarm and front fog lights, and available from £17,300.
The Freelander 'Freestyle' model has in addition, 17" alloy wheels, park distance control, heated front seats, six CD auto changer, mud flaps, powerfold mirrors and glass roof panels (3 door only), and is available from £19,300.
For the 2006 model year, enhanced features will also be included on the Sport derivative. Privacy glass, roof rails, 18" alloy wheels, heated front seats and leather/Alcantara seat facings are all now available as standard from £21,600.
Phil Popham, Land Rover UK managing director said: "The Freelander is a fantastically versatile and capable vehicle which has consistently topped the UK 4x4 sales chart, and the introduction of these Definitive Editions underlines one of the reasons why - there is excellent value for money available from Land Rover forecourts."
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