Land Rover Freelander is a vehicle that can live for years if proper care is given to the vehicle. However, due to the high cost of the Land Rover Freelander, many enthusiasts keep away from the vehicle. There are many examples of the Land Rover Freelander available in the used car market that are much more affordable and can be bought for a price of a mass segment vehicle. Here is one such Land Rover Freelander for sale and the asking price is much cheaper than a new Tata Nexon! Here are all the details that you need to know.
This is a 2011 Land Rover Freelander for sale. The vehicle is in silver colour and is located in Delhi. The car for sale is in great condition and from the pictures, we can make out that there are no scratches or dents on the body of the vehicle. It is in an immaculate condition. The vehicle is registered in Haryana and has a Faridabad registration number.
However, one should duly check the vehicle in person when buying the SUV. Also, the advertisement mentions that the vehicle has never met with an accident. If the seller provides service details, this can be verified easily. Most luxury car owners get the accidental vehicles repaired from the official service centres, which ensures that such things go on record and the buyer can verify them when needed. This 2011 Land Rover Freelander model is currently with its second owner. There are pictures of the cabin and the seller has mentioned in the ad that the vehicle has a squeaky clean interior, which is another sign of how well-maintained the car is. We do suggest a thorough physical inspection of the car before settling for it.
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The 2011 Land Rover Freelander comes powered by a 2.2-litre diesel engine that generates a maximum power of 188 Bhp and peak torque of 420 Nm. It gets an automatic transmission in place. Again, the most affordable version of the Tata Nexon diesel automatic is priced at Rs 10.5 lakhs, which is more expensive than this Land Rover for sale.
This vehicle is 8 years old and is for sale in the Delhi-NCR. The buyers from the region should know that all the diesel vehicles older than 10 years in the Delhi-NCR are banned. However, one can always get the vehicle’s No Objection Certificate and transfer the registration to another state. This way, the vehicle can be used for as long as the new owner wants. For more information and details, you can contact the seller directly by clicking here.
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