The significantly revised new 2004 Land Rover Freelander has maintained its entry-level price of £15,995. Revisions to the specification levels result in four standard models now being available together with two new derivatives, the Freelander Sport and Freelander Sport Premium.
Within the range, which comes with a choice of three engines – 1.8-litre petrol, 2.5-litre petrol V6 and 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel – the E represents the entry-level, followed by the S, SE and HSE, with the Sport sitting at the same pricing level as the SE and the Sport Premium at the same level as the HSE.
All boast a fresh exterior look and comprehensively upgraded interior, with the top of the range models, the V6 5-door HSE and Sport Premium, priced at £26,595. All other model prices are detailed in the tables below.
|3 Door||1.8-litre petrol||2.0-litre Td4 turbodiesel||2.5-litre petrol V6|
|5 Door||1.8-litre petrol||2.0-litre Td4 turbodiesel||2.5-litre petrol V6|
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