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Would a Land Rover Freelancer diesel automatic be reliable?

What’s your opinion on a 2005/2006 Mk1 Land Rover Freelancer diesel automatic for reliability?

Asked on 19 March 2020 by Bob Pagett

Answered by Keith Moody
Have a read of our review and buyers guide: classics.honestjohn.co.uk/reviews/land-rover/freel...r

Personally, I have a bit of a soft spot for them - but they are not perfect by any means. They're comfortable and roomy but plagued by reliability issues. The good news is that there's plenty to choose from if you want to go down that route, so there's no excuse for not buying the best one you can afford from an enthusiast who has given it plenty of TLC.
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