Car reviews - Land Rover - Freelander - ES V6 3-dr wagon
Land Rover models
31 Aug 2001
WITH manual hinged windows used at the rear, the electric window functions on the three-door serve the front windows and rear tailgate glass. The front window switchgear is mounted on a new high-positioned centre console unit between the front seats, while the occasionally used tailgate switch is in a more difficult position behind the gearlever. Cruise control, standard on automatic transmission models, has steering wheel mounted buttons. The steering wheel is tilt-djustable, the wipers have a variable intermittent function (five settings ranging from three to 20 seconds) and the external windows are electrically operated. The indicator stalk is on the left-hand side. The targa roof panels and hardback cover are removed manually. A driver's footrest is provided.
Did you know?The radio aerial is detachable for security, car wash or off-road protection
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