Land Rover is upgrading the 2011 Freelander 2 with a more powerful 2.2-litre turbo diesel engine, sharper exterior looks and a smarter cabin.
Both quieter and more refined than its predecessor, the 2.2-litre turbo diesel is available with either a 110 kW TD4 engine or a 140 kW SD4 version. Both engines offer 420Nm of torque (20Nm more than the outgoing models) while improving fuel economy and CO2 emissions.
The TD4 is available with an updated manual transmission with Stop/Start as standard, while the 140 kW SD4 is available with a revised six-speed automatic .
Exterior design changes including new front bumper and grille, new alloy wheels and colour options, give the 2011 Freelander a fresh and distinctive look.
Inside, a new range of seat styles finishes and instrumentation set the 2011 Freelander aside from previous models.
For the first time, the Freelander 2 diesels are compatible with 10 percent biodiesel rather than five percent. Fuel consumption of the 110 kW Freelander TD4 manual is 6.6L/100km and 7L/100km for the SD4 Auto.
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