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The Land Rover Freelander might be old but it's still great. There's not really any other rival which feels the same as a Freelander. Yes, newer rivals like the Porsche Macan might target customers who could conceivably cross-shop a Freelander, but comparing these two cars is like comparing a bell pepper with an apple. Yes, they're both technically fruits but they are otherwise extremely dissimilar. In fact, we'd go as far as to say that the latest swath of vehicles like the Macan and the Audi Q5 only serve to demonstrate that Land Rover owns an unassailable niche in this sector. No, the Freelander will never be able to lap the Nurburgring with the poise and precision of the Porsche but is that what you want an SUV for? The Freelander has a certain authenticity to it, a confidence born of the knowledge that it can cut it off road, especially now the cheapskate front-wheel drive models have been deleted. This one could run and run.Watch Video »
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