The updated 2013 Land Rover Freelander 2 has been recently priced at $37,250 in the United States, for the base entry-level version, including an $850 destination charge.
The base price for the entry-level version of the 2013 Land Rover Freelander 2 has been set at 37,250 USD in the United States, and, according to the British based automaker, the model is “sportier and more purposeful”. The updated Freelander 2 is less expensive than the 2013 BMW X3, which can be bought from 39,395 USD for the xDrive28i version, while the 2013 Audi Q5 is cheaper, coming at 36,795 USD, including the $895 destination charge.
The facelifted version of the popular crossover is coming in four trim levels and the HSE now gets wood inserts, an 825W audio system and a panoramic roof, while the HSE Lux is adding features like the leather upholstery or the 19-inch alloy wheels. The cabin of the 2013 Land Rover Freelander 2 is inspired by the one from the Range Rover Evoque and this isn’t the only thing that these models have in common because the 2.0 liter engine is also shared. The 2013 Land Rover Freelander 2 will be officially presented to the public in a world premiere on the 29th of August during the Moscow Motor Show.