Land-Rover Freelander

One of the first SUV in Europe and therefore one of the founders of this new type of vehicle was the Land Rover Freelander, the class with the Audi Q5, Ford Kuga and VW Tiguan is enriched for a couple of years. The first generation of the popular vehicle ran from 1996 to 2006 from tape and immediately became the best-selling SUV in Europe. The offer was the first Freelander with two diesel and two petrol engines. The 117-hp Land Rover Freelander 1.8i formed the basic version, the Land Rover Freelander V6 engine with 2.5 liter displacement and 177 hp is slightly stronger. The Land Rover Freelander 2.0 Di with 98 hp and 112 hp 2.0-Td4 engine completed the first generation Freelander engine available as a five-door station wagon and three-door convertible with a soft top. In 2006, the Land Rover Freelander with a facelift as a new car from the factory. Since 2011, the 2nd generation of the SUV from the tape, which is a length of 4.50 meters, a width of 1.90 meters and a height of 2.65 meters in all respects larger than its predecessor runs. Air conditioning, start / stop button, audio system and leather upholstery are standard among the many other features of the Land Rover Freelander. A nice Land Rover Freelander accessories are the navigation system with a high resolution color touch screen. The technical highlights of the second generation includes three engines: a 2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine and a 2.2-liter four-cylinder turbo-diesel, which is available in two power levels of 150 and 190 hp. With the new 240 hp in four-cylinder petrol engine, a top speed of 210 km / h is reached, the acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is completed in just 8.3 seconds. Compared with the 3.2 V6 as the predecessor (11.3 l/100 km), the new engine comes with only 9.6 liters of Super per 100 km and produces 225 grams of CO ² per kilometer. The new Land Rover Freelander diesel equipped with a particulate filter and emits 158 or 185 grams of CO ² / km potent SUV. When you have the gear diesel Land Rover Freelander buyers can choose between a six-speed manual and six-speed automatic transmission. The Land Rover Freelander consumption of diesel is combined 7.0 (190 hp) and 6.0 liters (150 hp) to 100 kilometers.