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Recommended Boot Liner/ Cover for Freelandre 2 2010

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Williver, May 14, 2013.

  1. Williver

    Williver New Member

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    Hi All

    I'm brand new to the workd of owning a Land Rover so I could do with some advice. I've tried to self help by searching the forums but can only find threads dating back a couple of years.

    I've seen what the kids have done to our other family car so I'm looking to protect the interior of the Freelander I just bought. I'm looking for a boot liner/ cover and could do with some feedback from people who have examples of one's they have used and would be prepared to recommend.

    Anyone have any advice/ thoughts?

    Many thanks
     
  2. td4van

    td4van Active Member

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    I have the genuine Land Rover rubber mat in the Freelander 2 and its excellent.

    Check out price from your local Land Rover dealer first and then check out eBay.

    Good resale value as and when you change the car.
     
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    Duncp73 New Member

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    You can't transport kids in the boot :)
     
  4. Williver

    Williver New Member

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    Good point....getting my priorities wrong...:):):)

    It's exciting getting your first Land Rover......but point taken
     
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    I'm only joking mate :)
     
  6. Williver

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    Many thanks. I thought this was the likely answer. Was seeing if there was. Good option for protecting the backs of the chairs. Thanks for the feedback.