Land Rover Freelander 1996-2006 parts, spares and accessories

To maintain your Land Rover Freelander in a way that ensures that it remains reliable and fun to drive, we’d recommend that you seek Land Rover approved parts for ultimate peace of mind. It’s our pleasure here at Heritage Parts Centre to provide you with the Land Rover Freelander parts, spares and accessories you need to look after your vehicle well, so that it looks after you too. To get started, choose from the options below.  

Land Rover Freelander

Land Rover released the Freelander in 1996, its first model to be built on a unibody, or monocoque structure, instead of their previous body-on-frame four-wheel drives. Available in three and five door versions, the Freelander was a smaller SUV option for those who were looking for a vehicle that bridged the gap between car and full-blown off-roader. The Freelander is, in fact, the best-selling four-wheel-drive in Europe.

Largely considered the Mk1, the 1996-2006 Freelander was available in a range of engine types, including a 1.8L petrol engine, and a 2.0L diesel. You’ll find that many early models are home to a manual gearbox, but that doesn’t mean you’d struggle to find an automatic - by the time the original Freelander handed over to the Freelander 2, automatic gearboxes had become much more popular on their V6 models. 

Find Land Rover Freelander parts, spares and accessories

Maintaining your Land Rover Freelander is a big responsibility, but we’re here to help at Heritage Parts Centre. Choose the right Land Rover approved part for your Land Rover Freelander so that it can continue to handle just about anything, from the school run to the odd farm track! Start your journey to the right part by selecting from the categories above.


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