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Featured in the October 2012 issue

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Land Rover has given the Freelander 2 a premium overhaul, delivering even better comfort, convenience and driving enjoyment. New derivatives, colours, exterior design features, upgraded equipment levels and continued choice of refined and economical diesel engines, all contribute to make this SUV even better.

Interior equipment levels soar to new heights in the Freelander 2 with a host of fresh and exciting features including three new colourways as part of a ‘Dynamic’ derivative, brand new centre console, 7-inch colour touchscreen with enhanced audio systems from Meridian and optional satellite navigation.

Passive start replaces key dock and there’s a new ‘intelligent’ electric parking brake which adjusts brake force according to the slope the vehicle is parked on. ‘Say What You See’ – a voice activation system with visual prompts – and rear view camera capability are also both new to the Freelander 2.

Naturally, the Freelander 2 earns a 5-star Euro NCAP award for outstanding adult occupant protection, with seven airbags in total, including two curtain, two front, two thorax and a driver’s knee bag.

Jeremy Hicks, Land Rover UK managing director said: “In bringing the Freelander 2 right up to date, customers are now afforded more choice than ever before combined with new levels of luxury and technology.
Fresh styling, generous amounts of standard equipment combined with Land Rover’s leading off-road capabilities, make the Freelander a seriously compelling customer proposition.”

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