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Freelander 1 What mileage is your Freelander 1 on?

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Hippo, Jul 5, 2011.

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What mileage is your Freelander 1 on?

  1. 30,000 or less

    0.6%
  2. 30,000 to 45,000

    2.0%
  3. 45,000 to 60,000

    5.9%
  4. 60,000 to 75,000

    11.4%
  5. 75,000 to 90,000

    13.0%
  6. 90,000 to 105,000

    15.1%
  7. 105,000 to 120,000

    16.8%
  8. 120,000 to 135,000

    10.7%
  9. 135,000 or more

    22.3%
  10. I don't have a Freelander. Just want to be part of the poll.

    2.6%
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  1. Hippo

    Hippo Lord Hippo

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    What's your Freelander 1's mileage?

    1.632Km = 1 mile. So divide Km's by 1.632 to give miles.

    :D

    Poll edited to allow yer to change yer votes and to have multiple votes for them's who have several Freelander 1's

    :D

    Some more polls:

    What Freelander have yer got poll = https://www.landyzone.co.uk/land-rover/what-freelander-have-you-got-poll-version-2.256178/

    What mileage is yer Freelander 2 on poll = https://www.landyzone.co.uk/land-rover/what-mileage-is-your-freelander-2-on.311241/
     
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  2. oldskool

    oldskool Well-Known Member

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    Errr who you talking to Hippo or you finaly cracked
     
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  3. Hippo

    Hippo Lord Hippo

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    Freelander 1 owners.

    Polls ready now.
     
  4. oldskool

    oldskool Well-Known Member

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    I know it's not a gay....... Freelanderer but me old disco's done over 234000 miles :D
     
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  5. zoolander

    zoolander New Member

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    Mines just gone past 90k

    voted :)
     
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  6. Hippo

    Hippo Lord Hippo

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    Nice. If you like I'll start one in the disco section too. That way the disco peeps on ere won't feel left out.
     
  7. Mantamad

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    I voted on my older Freelander which has around 115k, new one is 50 something K
     
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  8. oldskool

    oldskool Well-Known Member

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    That would be very nice of you Mr Hippo :D bet there's are some real high mileage trattors and disco's out there
     
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  9. silkwood

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    Just had my Dutch MOT last Wednesday.

    Mine is from Oct. 2005 and done 185.151 km. So that's about 113.450 miles.
    Add about 300 miles since last Wednesday.

    On and off the road, with and without something on the towbar or the roof.:D
     
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  10. Sean

    Sean Banned

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    real LR engines tend to be just run in at the kinda miles these gaylanders engines start dying
     
  11. Andy Land

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    Any answer over 100 is a blatant lie :p
     
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    think anything over 60k should be supported with some pictorial evidence
     
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    mine passed 77777 on friday and i was sad enough to pull over and take a pic lol
     
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    Andy Land Well-Known Member

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    Not in these days of Photoshop ... as soon as it breaks down (usually between 50 and 90 miles from new) they will photograph a Defenders mileage and superimpose it over the 0's on their Gaylander one! ;)
     
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    Easy to get a good camera angle with no doors to get in the way I suppose :D
     
  16. willh

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    Just picked ours up from a family who'd just been using it around town since 2002. 1999, Full LR service history, 91k now. Feels tight with no current problems (CURRENTLY...!) and 11 months MOT.

    All of my cars over the past few years have been massive mileage diesels - 150-200k. Parts wear out over time and need to be replaced, but if maintenance has been carried out properly there's no reason for them to be sheds!
     
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    Sept 2005 TD4 105,000 miles, only mods are the BMW crankcase breather and the EGR bypass. Previous Discovery 200 at same mileage had two new gearboxes, new rear diff back plate (rusted through) timing belt idler and extensive corrosion repairs. Loved the Discovery, and other LR's, at the time but now prefer something suitable for my older years.
     
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    Vagrent Yaaaar

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    OMG this just get betterere and betterrererer:D
    I am still not polled out yet:D
     
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    ......... 2001 KV6 Petrol 187,357 kms's = 114,802 miles!






    ........... do I get a prize??:D
     
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