A new Premium pack is now available for Land Rover Freelander 2; which todate has sold 10,983 units so far this year in the UK.
The new Premium Pack delivers both exterior and interior enhancements to the top specification Freelander 2 HSE. Vehicles with the new pack are distinguished by a distinctive rear spoiler, body-coloured lower sections of the bumpers and doorsills and stylish tungsten coloured door handles. The pack also includes 10-spoke Chrome Shadow 19 inch alloy wheels giving the Freelander 2 an even sportier stance.
Interior additions include a new driver’s seat with additional seat cushion tilt function and front passenger seat with electric seat height adjustment as well as luxurious, perforated leather panels and extra stitching details. The storage box located at the rear of the centre console also gains a smart new sliding cover.
Launched last year and new from the ground up, the Land Rover Freelander 2 delivers outstanding on-road performance as well as the class-leading off-road ability of a true Land Rover. It is already a multi-award winning vehicle, receiving numerous prestigious accolades including the What Car? Best Compact 4x4, BBC Top Gear’s SUV of the Year, and the Auto Express Best 4x4 recreational.
“The Freelander 2 is now firmly established as the premium compact 4x4 of choice in the UK. It demonstrates Land Rover’s dynamic design and is complete with a smart and spacious interior, and an abundance of advanced technologies,” says John Edwards, managing director, Land Rover. “Now, the Premium pack on the Freelander 2 offers subtle changes for those seeking an even more premium look to their vehicle, which we believe will give it even wider customer appeal.”
The new Premium pack will be available to order from October 2007 and will cost £1,850.
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