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Land Rover Freelander 2003 Oman Prices & Specs

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OMR 9000

Price When New In Oman

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Land Rover Freelander 2003 specifications

Country of Origin United Kingdom
Class Premium Compact SUV
Body Styles 3-door wagon, 5-door wagon
Weight (kg) 1562 - 1645
Version Performance
Engine Gearbox Power (hp) Torque (Nm) Fuel Econ (L/100km) Fuel Econ (km/L) 0-100 kph (sec) Top speed (kph)
2.5 V6 4WD 5A 174 240 12.4 8.1 10.1-11.1 182

Land Rover Freelander 2003 reviews

Fair onroad handling, fair offroad ability

Slow, low-rent cabin trim, no low-range gear

Land Rover Freelander 2003 Overview

Introduced in Europe during 1997, the Freelander marked a significant change for Land Rover. The Freelander became the first car-like vehicle for the British 4x4 specialist, with features such as a monocoque body and independent strut suspension. But although the Freelander does not have the off-road ability of its bigger brothers, it is surprisingly capable for a soft-roader. The Freelander Series 1, as it is now known, lacks low-range gearing and a locking differential, but it came with Hill Descent Control and a durable platform. The Freelander reached GCC shores much later after the European launch, in three-door and five-door body styles. Standard features included a weak 2.5-litre V6, automatic gearbox, power accessories, CD stereo, 16-inch ot 17-inch alloy wheels, cloth or leather cabin, lots of black plastic body-cladding, and skid plates that protect the fuel tank, engine and transmission. The three-door could be had with either a soft or a hard rear-roof panel. Safety features included front airbags, ABS brakes, traction control and the usual benefits of all-wheel-drive. A facelift revived the Series 1 in 2004, with additional body-coloured exterior panels. The Freelander left GCC markets for at least two years, while its replacement, the LR2, was being prepared.

Land Rover Freelander 2003 Reliability & Resale Value

Reliability (2/5)
Resale Value (3/5)
Known Problems Various problems experienced by owners include blown engine head-gaskets, overheating, differential failure and transmission leaks. Window motors, sunroof motors, oxygen sensors and Hill Descent Control sensors all may fail before 100,000 kms. Reports of premature brake wear, harsh-shifting gearbox and various cabin rattles, among various other minor issues. If an alignment-service doesn't fix issue of crooked steering during straight-line driving, the steering rack has to be replaced.
Understanding the reliability & resale value

Land Rover Freelander 2003 Safety Ratings

NHTSA Driver Frontal Rating

Untested

EuroNCAP Overall Adult Rating
Understanding the crash safety ratings

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