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Old 5th-January-2011, 09:38
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Default Freelander 2.0Tdi

Hi to all, to find my way around and to get started; After many years of owning and driveing all types of landrovers offroad as a way of life in the Highlands of scotland, I am now in the mountains of Italy where i live, and off road is the norm yet again we have just bought a (Freelander 2.0ltr tdi which is the first of the type for me, after parting with a very respected 4x4 Fiat Pander where one could put in 20euro,s of petrol in it and go on for a week; i dont expect the same from the tdi but dose anyone have any serious user dater for normal fuel consumption on and off road and perhaps anything that can be done to improve it other than leave it in the drive. Many thanks...
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Old 5th-January-2011, 17:46
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Default Re: Freelander 2.0Tdi

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Hi to all, to find my way around and to get started; After many years of owning and driveing all types of landrovers offroad as a way of life in the Highlands of scotland, I am now in the mountains of Italy where i live, and off road is the norm yet again we have just bought a (Freelander 2.0ltr tdi which is the first of the type for me, after parting with a very respected 4x4 Fiat Pander where one could put in 20euro,s of petrol in it and go on for a week; i dont expect the same from the tdi but dose anyone have any serious user dater for normal fuel consumption on and off road and perhaps anything that can be done to improve it other than leave it in the drive. Many thanks...
welcome...you should have kept the panda tho

it would be better offroad,more mpg,and you wont get all the gaylander jibes aswell
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