Compared to the previous Freelander, the reliability and build quality have taken a huge leap forward. It is 50mm longer and 109mm wider and the wheels have been moved further toward each corner giving more space inside and seriously increasing its off road capability. The Freelander 2 is packed with technology and is full of advanced electronic equipment which means pretty much every fault requires the vehicle being hooked up to specialist diagnostic equipment. This in turn means that if things do go wrong, then repairs may be beyond the scope of DIY mechanics.
As well as the extensive knowledge and experience we have built up in Freelander 2 repairs over the years, we also have the very latest Autologic diagnostic equipment and technical support to aid in any fault finding. Here we have a list of the more common Freelander 2 faults, symptoms and costs* to repair.