The Land Rover Freelander compact SUV debuted in 2002 in S, SE, and HSE trims and ran until 2005. Each trim incorporated a 175-horsepower, 2.5-liter V6 engine paired with a five-speed automatic transmission, and features ranged from a fully independent suspension to all-wheel drive and four-wheel traction control.
For 2003, a three-door SE3 trim was added, as was a convertible body style with removable top panels. This model ran on a 174-horsepower engine, it had a larger fuel tank, a newer, quieter climate control system came standard, and new side moldings graced its exterior. The 2004 model year brought with it a new front bumper and grille, clear lenses on both headlights and taillights, and a newly designed dash and gauge cluster, not to mention new interior trim. In 2005, standard features included a powered sunroof and fog lights. The Land Rover LR2 replaced the model soon after, in 2008.
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