Who makes the engine for Freelander 2?
A Ford 3.2-litre inline six-cylinder engine producing 230 hp (170 kW) is standard, with a six-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive….Freelander 2 (L359; 2006–2014)
|Freelander 2 (L359)|
|Platform||Ford EUCD platform|
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Does Freelander 2 have BMW engine?
Like its non-facelifted version, the Freelander featured a split-folding rear bench. Under the hood, Land Rover installed a choice of gasoline and diesel engines. While Rover provided the gasoline units, the diesel version was powered by an especially tuned 2.0-liter turbodiesel built by BMW.
When did the first Land Rover Freelander come out?
The first generation Freelander was marketed as a premium compact 4×4, and used in the 1998 Camel Trophy and participated in Land Rover’s G4 Challenge. The vehicle represented a compromise because it did not have a low-range gear selection, nor a locking differential, as found on larger Land Rover models.
What kind of driving system does the Freelander 2 have?
The Freelander 2 features a modified version of the Terrain Response off-road driving system as fitted to the Discovery 3 and the Range Rover. The 4WD system was developed in conjunction with Haldex and was called Third generation coupling.
How often should a Land Rover Freelander be serviced?
For UK and EU Freelander models the initial manufacturer recommended services intervals for the 2.2 diesel TD4 and SD4 models were as follows: Service every 15,000 miles or 12 months for 2006-2012 models and 16,000 or 12 months for 2012-14 model. Service on most Land Rovers involves an alternating A and B service.
When was the first Land Rover Freelander used in the Camel Trophy?
The first generation Freelander was used in the 1998 Camel Trophy and participated in Land Rover’s G4 Challenge. The vehicle represented a compromise because it did not have a low-range gear selection, nor a locking differential, as found on larger Land Rover models.