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Freelander 1 value

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Digger765, Jul 10, 2020.

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  1. Digger765

    Digger765 Member

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    Hello all,

    I’m after a bit of advice and guidance.
    I have a 54 plate Freelander 1 td4 with 98000 on the clock which I no longer need.
    I have put new disks and pads on the front and 4 brand new Pirelli Verdi all season tyres on and I’ve changed all of the filters including the egr.
    I have taken off the prop and VCU as I think the bearings have gone.
    What I would like to know is, what do you think it is worth?
    I have looked on some websites but as it’s a Landy, I thought I’d ask the experts.
    Cheers.
     
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    Speckydude Well-Known Member

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    Why not change the bearings ?
     
  3. Digger765

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    I would, but as I said, I no longer need it I’ve got a new company car coming soon.
     
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    It's worth a lot less without functional AWD, so I'd put the props back on.

    Value wise is difficult to say without any pictures, or an idea of specification.

    For example, an HSE auto is worth twice as much as a Freestyle manual, with the same mileage and condition, assuming both are in fully functional mechanical condition.
     
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    Thanks for your reply.
    It’s an automatic sport premium model. I think I’ll get the VCU and bearings back on then.
     
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    I'm after a fully loaded Sport Premium in good condition myself.

    So ping me some pictures and a price, maybe we can come to a deal? ;)
     
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    Ok.
    What’s the best way to get the pictures to you?
     
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    Via the conversations service on here.
    I'll ping you a conversation now.
     
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    Roger that.
     
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    Still got the bug then John. Glad to hear
     
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    I still like the FL1 very much so. I'm actually looking for a really nice HSE or Sport Premium, which is going to be replacing the Mazda CX5 when the lease is up, which also means the wife has to approve of it.
     
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