2003 Land Rover Freelander Review, Ratings, Specs, Prices, and Photos – The Car Connection

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2003 Land Rover – Review

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LAKE LAS VEGAS, Nev.— I see as I crest a steep rise of is a view to be put in my mental 401(k) — a blue sky day bearing rouge and fruit at sunset, sandstone outcroppings and canyons glowing a common fecund vibe.

I think we’re alone though we’re just 30 outside the vast glittering of Las Vegas. All the better. There many others to spoil I think is off-roading at its best.

And aren’t many to get in the way of evaluating the Land Rover Freelander the new variation of a vehicle on sale for years in Europe but in only its model year in the States.

The best-selling SUV in Europe by far, the found its way to the U.S. in 2001 as a model with a price tag in the range. More expensive others in its class but with off-road heritage and tough like Hill Descent (HDC), the tiniest Land has been sales-challenged in the U.S. — the addition of the sporty three-door

Dirty minded

With its body, rugged trim and features, the Freelander SE3 is a neat fit in Rover’s lineup. Its size inches length; 101 inches gives it nearly the same as the Ford Escape and the Mazda Starting just under the new model combines full-time capability with sharp and a trimmed-out interior.

The SE3’s body is apt to cause among former Nissan and Isuzu Amigo owners. The Landie’s profile is akin to vehicle’s two-door models. The of the rear fenders is complemented though, by a detachable hardback.

The are enhanced by a black composite brush bar, roof that trail down the of the vehicle, and a silver underbody plate; plus edgy Triple Sport Evolution wheels and high-energy colors as Borrego Yellow and Tangiers

Mechanically, the SE3 has the same powertrain as the a 174-hp, 2.5-liter DOHC V-6 with permanent all-wheel and the CommandShift five-speed automatic sits under the hood. matched with four-wheel traction control (4ETC), brakes (ABS), and Hill Control (HDC).

On the road…and off

Not the new SE3 handles quite like its stablemate, with responsive (rack-and-pinion with a 38-foot circle), capable brakes front disc and rear designed for good hill-holding with the parking brake) and an with ample power for its that joins the company of small SUVs.

More significant, however, is the five-speed automatic transmission, employs the latest in adaptive patterns and can recognize driving and terrain conditions, then gear selection accordingly, and can be shifted manually through all speeds.

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