Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Freelander gets ‘heritage’ status

PRODUCED between 1997 and 2006, the Land Rover Freelander 1 remains one of the brand’s best-selling models and

PRODUCED between 1997 and 2006, the Land Rover Freelander 1 remains one of the brand’s best-selling models and is now officially a Land Rover Heritage vehicle.

Land Rover Heritage specialises in cars, services, parts and experiences for classic Land Rover models and the Freelander 1 becomes the brand’s eighth Heritage model.

The others are Series I, II and III, Range Rover Classic and P38 Range Rover plus Discovery 1 and 2.

A Heritage model is defined as a product that has been out of production for longer than 10 years and the Freelander 1 was first produced in 1997 and its production run ended nine years later in 2006 when Freelander 2 replaced it.

Ever since production of Freelander 1 concluded, Land Rover continued to support owners through the supply of spare parts.



Now owners will be supported by the brand’s Heritage experts and ensure loyal owners continue to enjoy their vehicle for many years to come. More than 9,000 individual Land Rover Heritage Part numbers are available for the Freelander 1 and it adds to the brand’s comprehensive parts catalogue, which already features more than 33,000 items for both Jaguar and Land Rover Heritage vehicles.



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