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pezzer



Member Since: 16 Aug 2017
Location: Essex
Posts: 10

United Kingdom 2008 Freelander 2 TD4 HSE Manual Santorini Black
Finally have a Freelander

Hi All,

Finally got a Freelander, and my first Land Rover, 3 weeks ago.

Already done 2 weeks in Cornwall with it and got to say I am really pleased. 6 1/2 hrs drive each way and no aches and pains at all. Got out feeling as fresh as when I got in it.

Surprised at how well it goes as well for what is a fairly heavy brick going down the road as fairly economical as well.

Pics will follow when I get chance,

Pezzer

Post #329627 21st Aug 2017 2:58 pm
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AW14



Member Since: 07 Mar 2014
Location: South East
Posts: 142

United Kingdom 

Welcome
They are great vehicles. Taken mine all over europe and used it for everything. Last weekend it was carrying boxes about 550kg worth over a couple of fields.

On the way back it went to the supermarket!

Awesome beasts, can go nearly anywhere and do pretty much anything you want

Post #329633 21st Aug 2017 4:43 pm
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Stanley



Member Since: 22 Aug 2017
Location: Reddish
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United Kingdom 2014 Freelander 2 2.0T SE Manual Lago Grey

I collect my first one next Tuesday... waited 50 years to get one. managed to find one of the last ones made in October 14.

Post #329868 25th Aug 2017 9:05 pm
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Lightwater



Member Since: 21 Aug 2014
Location: Sydney NB
Posts: 1630

Australia 2013 Freelander 2 2.0T SE Auto Fuji White

AW14 wrote:
Last weekend it was carrying boxes about 550kg worth over a couple of fields.

They are even more comfortable loaded. Even my petrol engine barely noticed 180 x 3.2 kg roof tiles in the car! Did 4 return trips across Sydney. 120, 150, 180 & another 150 tiles a month later. We had a storm and needed to find secondhand tiles as it has been a decade since these were made. Now we have plenty of spares!

The supplier could not believe that not 1 tile broke in transport! Procrastination, mankind's greatest labour saving device!

Roof rails, window deflectors, door protectors, mud flaps, seat covers, rubber mats, two 1kg extinguishers, carpet in doors. ARB triple compressor custom heatsink & fan cooled, 4L air tank & water trap. ARB TPMS. Custom four 10L fuel tank holder on LR roof racks & two 5L. 28L freezer, two 26AH gel batteries & custom 120w solar panels, & awning. Fuji/Almond/Dark Chestnut

Post #329871 25th Aug 2017 10:35 pm
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