Latest offers for the Land Rover Freelander 2
We bring you all the best deals for Land Rover's rugged compact 4x4.
Land Rover has launched the 2010 edition of the top selling Land Rover Freelander 2 - and with it two new finance offers.
The first is a zero-interest loan that lets you defer payment of roughly a third of the car's price for two years, but it is only valid on high-spec HSE models.
The second option is to repay the loan over 41 months, rather than 36. As a reward the dealers will contribute £1,250 to the cost of the deposit.
To buy a £33,535 Freelander HSE TD4 diesel with an automatic transmission, you pay £20,587 now - and the rest two years later. You can also choose to hand the car back. To protect the resale value, a mileage limit is set at 12,000 miles a year.
The other option -especially if you're not looking for a HSE model- is to pay over a longer period, and as a reward the dealers will contribute £1,250 to the cost of the deposit.
For example a 2.2-litre TD4 GS can be had for 41 monthly payments of £299. The up front payment is £6,211, but the 7.9% APR interest rate is quite high, as is the optional £8,836 fee to keep the car after three and a half years is up.