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2005 Land Rover Freelander REVIEW logo 4/4/2017

Con: Expensive for a compact SUV, tight on cargo space, V6 engine on the weak side, no side airbags, SE3's hard top is hard to install.

Pro: Excellent on-road handling for an SUV, permanent all-wheel drive, still capable off-road.

Edmunds Say: With less capability than true dirt runners and less of a prestige factor than BMW's X3, it's hard to make much of a case for the Freelander.

What’s New: The HSE trim level is history, leaving only the SE four-door, and the SE3 two-door. A new premium package includes last year's HSE content at an overall lower price. The SE receives a power sunroof, foglights and a full-size spare tire as standard equipment.


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