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By Alain Hoffmann


The Freelander, introduced some years ago is today THE best selling Land Rover product.

Although it was designed to cope with lighter offroad conditions most vehicles never go off-tarmac.


People say "when there's much light there's much shadow". We tried to collect some stories from not-so-satisfied owners and mixed some of our own experiences with them. Click here for the problem page.


Here we collected some infos on the Freelanders' electrics and some troubleshooting informations. Click here for the electric problems page.

The V-6

Here's what I wrote when the V-6 engined car was first announced.

The "Kensington"

In January 2001 LR announced, among others, an upscale version called the Kensington.





The Freelander seems to be a very safe car. We have a couple of interesting wrecks between other insurance write-offs in our wrecks section.

Camel Trophy

The special edition vehicles made for the Camel Trophy carried interesting modifications. Read more here.