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Land Rover Freelander fuel consumption

Of all Land Rover Freelander modifications produced from 1998 to 2014 real fuel consumption according to user ratings is approximately 11% higher compared to advertised consumption. Starting from 1998 Land Rover Freelander average difference between actual owner-reported fuel consumption and stated consumption was less than industry average, at 2003 it was significantly higher than average, at 2010 difference became slightly above industry average and finally at 2012 difference between owner-reported and advertised fuel economy became similar to average. It is noteworthy during this period that the gap between advertised and actual fuel economy changed significantly throughout the automotive industry. For more details, see the table below.

Year-to-year deviations of actual owner-reported average fuel consumption from advertised values

YearGasoline carsDiesel cars
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2003+6%+16% +8%+7%
2004+7%+16% +9%+6%
2005+8%+16% +10%+6%
2006+9%+16% +11%+6%
2007+11%+18% +12%+8%
2008+12%+21% +13%+13%
2009+14%+21% +14%+13%
2010+16%+21% +16%+22%
2011+19%+21% +19%+22%
2012+21%+21% +23%+27%

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User-reported fuel consumption may not accurately represent all users' experiences due to variables such as driving conditions, driving style, technical condition of the vehicle, and other circumstances. Thus, it should not be relied upon as a representative indicator.