Land Rover Freelander Engine Size in Quick-to-Read Charts

Average Engine Size Land Rover Freelander

Quick notes on Land Rover Freelander engine size

    • Average size for generation: 2.13 L (2134 cc)
    • Smallest engine for generation: 2 L (1999 cc)
    • Largest engine for generation: 2.2 L (2179 cc)
    • Difference from world average: 0.21 L smaller (-212 cc)
    • Engine power to cc ratio: 12 cc per 1 hp
    • Engine size to 1 passenger: 427 cc to 1 person
    • Difference from world's biggest: 6.2 L smaller (-6248 cc)
    • Difference from world's smallest: 1.71 L bigger (+1710 cc)
    • Torque from 1 liter: 188 Nm from 1 L
    • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

2012 Land Rover Freelander II (facelift 2012) engine size

  • 2.2 eD4 —2179 cc (2179 L)
  • 2.2 TD4 —2179 cc (2179 L)
  • 2.0 Si4 GTDi —1999 cc (1999 L)
  • 2.2 SD4 —2179 cc (2179 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 2.2 eD4 —14.5 cc/hp (19.8 cc/kW)
  • 2.2 TD4 —14.5 cc/hp (19.8 cc/kW)
  • 2.0 Si4 GTDi —8.3 cc/hp (11.3 cc/kW)
  • 2.2 SD4 —11.5 cc/hp (15.6 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 2.2 eD4 —7.12 or 167 cc smaller
  • 2.2 TD4 —7.12 or 167 cc smaller
  • 2.0 Si4 GTDi —14.79 or 347 cc smaller
  • 2.2 SD4 —7.12 or 167 cc smaller
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    2.2 eD4 2.18 L
    (2179 cc)
    7.1% smaller 56 cc to 1 mpg 69 hp from 1 L 128 cc to 100 kg
    2.2 TD4 2.18 L
    (2179 cc)
    7.1% smaller 57 cc to 1 mpg 69 hp from 1 L 121 cc to 100 kg
    2.0 Si4 GTDi 2 L
    (1999 cc)
    14.8% smaller 83 cc to 1 mpg 120 hp from 1 L 111 cc to 100 kg
    2.2 SD4 2.18 L
    (2179 cc)
    7.1% smaller 64 cc to 1 mpg 87 hp from 1 L 121 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.2 eD4
    Precise engine size 2.18 L (2179 cc)
    Difference from world average 7.1 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 56 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 69 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 128 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.2 TD4
    Precise engine size 2.18 L (2179 cc)
    Difference from world average 7.1 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 57 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 69 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 121 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0 Si4 GTDi
    Precise engine size 2 L (1999 cc)
    Difference from world average 14.8 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 83 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 120 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 111 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.2 SD4
    Precise engine size 2.18 L (2179 cc)
    Difference from world average 7.1 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 64 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 87 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 121 cc to 100 kg

    Quick notes on Land Rover Freelander engine size

      • Average size for generation: 2.18 L (2179 cc)
      • Smallest engine for generation: 2.2 L (2179 cc)
      • Largest engine for generation: 2.2 L (2179 cc)
      • Difference from world average: 0.17 L smaller (-167 cc)
      • Engine power to cc ratio: 13 cc per 1 hp
      • Engine size to 1 passenger: 436 cc to 1 person
      • Difference from world's biggest: 6.2 L smaller (-6203 cc)
      • Difference from world's smallest: 1.76 L bigger (+1755 cc)
      • Torque from 1 liter: 193 Nm from 1 L
      • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

    2010 Land Rover Freelander II (facelift 2010) engine size

  • 2.2 TD4 —2179 cc (2179 L)
  • 2.2 SD4 —2179 cc (2179 L)
  • 2.2 eD4 —2179 cc (2179 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 2.2 TD4 —14.5 cc/hp (19.8 cc/kW)
  • 2.2 SD4 —11.5 cc/hp (15.6 cc/kW)
  • 2.2 eD4 —14.5 cc/hp (19.8 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 2.2 TD4 —7.12 or 167 cc smaller
  • 2.2 SD4 —7.12 or 167 cc smaller
  • 2.2 eD4 —7.12 or 167 cc smaller
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    2.2 TD4 2.18 L
    (2179 cc)
    7.1% smaller 64 cc to 1 mpg 69 hp from 1 L 121 cc to 100 kg
    2.2 SD4 2.18 L
    (2179 cc)
    7.1% smaller 64 cc to 1 mpg 87 hp from 1 L 121 cc to 100 kg
    2.2 eD4 2.18 L
    (2179 cc)
    7.1% smaller 56 cc to 1 mpg 69 hp from 1 L 128 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.2 TD4
    Precise engine size 2.18 L (2179 cc)
    Difference from world average 7.1 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 64 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 69 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 121 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.2 SD4
    Precise engine size 2.18 L (2179 cc)
    Difference from world average 7.1 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 64 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 87 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 121 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.2 eD4
    Precise engine size 2.18 L (2179 cc)
    Difference from world average 7.1 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 56 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 69 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 128 cc to 100 kg

    Quick notes on Land Rover Freelander engine size

      • Average size for generation: 2.69 L (2686 cc)
      • Smallest engine for generation: 2.2 L (2179 cc)
      • Largest engine for generation: 3.2 L (3192 cc)
      • Difference from world average: 0.34 L bigger (+340 cc)
      • Engine power to cc ratio: 14 cc per 1 hp
      • Engine size to 1 passenger: 537 cc to 1 person
      • Difference from world's biggest: 5.7 L smaller (-5696 cc)
      • Difference from world's smallest: 2.26 L bigger (+2262 cc)
      • Torque from 1 liter: 133 Nm from 1 L
      • Enginert rating: 8 / 10

    2007 Land Rover Freelander II engine size

  • 2.2 TD4 —2179 cc (2179 L)
  • 3.2 i V6 24V —3192 cc (3192 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 2.2 TD4 —13.6 cc/hp (18.5 cc/kW)
  • 3.2 i V6 24V —13.7 cc/hp (18.7 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 2.2 TD4 —7.12 or 167 cc smaller
  • 3.2 i V6 24V —36.06 or 846 cc bigger
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    2.2 TD4 2.18 L
    (2179 cc)
    7.1% smaller 70 cc to 1 mpg 73 hp from 1 L 121 cc to 100 kg
    3.2 i V6 24V 3.19 L
    (3192 cc)
    36.1% bigger 152 cc to 1 mpg 73 hp from 1 L 177 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.2 TD4
    Precise engine size 2.18 L (2179 cc)
    Difference from world average 7.1 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 70 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 73 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 121 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 3.2 i V6 24V
    Precise engine size 3.19 L (3192 cc)
    Difference from world average 36.1 bigger
    Engine size to consumption ratio 152 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 73 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 177 cc to 100 kg

    Quick notes on Land Rover Freelander engine size

      • Average size for generation: 2.06 L (2059 cc)
      • Smallest engine for generation: 1.8 L (1796 cc)
      • Largest engine for generation: 2.5 L (2497 cc)
      • Difference from world average: 0.29 L smaller (-287 cc)
      • Engine power to cc ratio: 16 cc per 1 hp
      • Engine size to 1 passenger: 412 cc to 1 person
      • Difference from world's biggest: 6.3 L smaller (-6323 cc)
      • Difference from world's smallest: 1.64 L bigger (+1635 cc)
      • Torque from 1 liter: 106 Nm from 1 L
      • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

    1998 Land Rover Freelander (LN) engine size

  • 2.0 TD4 —1950 cc (1950 L)
  • 1.8 i 16V —1796 cc (1796 L)
  • 2.0 DI —1994 cc (1994 L)
  • 2.5 V6 24V —2497 cc (2497 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 2.0 TD4 —17.4 cc/hp (23.8 cc/kW)
  • 1.8 i 16V —15 cc/hp (20.4 cc/kW)
  • 2.0 DI —20.3 cc/hp (27.7 cc/kW)
  • 2.5 V6 24V —14.1 cc/hp (19.2 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 2.0 TD4 —16.88 or 396 cc smaller
  • 1.8 i 16V —23.44 or 550 cc smaller
  • 2.0 DI —15 or 352 cc smaller
  • 2.5 V6 24V —6.44 or 151 cc bigger
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    2.0 TD4 1.95 L
    (1950 cc)
    16.9% smaller 63 cc to 1 mpg 57 hp from 1 L 122 cc to 100 kg
    1.8 i 16V 1.8 L
    (1796 cc)
    23.4% smaller 75 cc to 1 mpg 67 hp from 1 L 128 cc to 100 kg
    2.0 DI 1.99 L
    (1994 cc)
    15% smaller - 49 hp from 1 L 142 cc to 100 kg
    2.5 V6 24V 2.5 L
    (2497 cc)
    6.4% bigger 131 cc to 1 mpg 71 hp from 1 L 156 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0 TD4
    Precise engine size 1.95 L (1950 cc)
    Difference from world average 16.9 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 63 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 57 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 122 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 1.8 i 16V
    Precise engine size 1.8 L (1796 cc)
    Difference from world average 23.4 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 75 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 67 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 128 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0 DI
    Precise engine size 1.99 L (1994 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 49 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 142 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.5 V6 24V
    Precise engine size 2.5 L (2497 cc)
    Difference from world average 6.4 bigger
    Engine size to consumption ratio 131 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 71 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 156 cc to 100 kg

    Quick notes on Land Rover Freelander engine size

      • Average size for generation: 2.06 L (2060 cc)
      • Smallest engine for generation: 1.8 L (1796 cc)
      • Largest engine for generation: 2.5 L (2497 cc)
      • Difference from world average: 0.29 L smaller (-286 cc)
      • Engine power to cc ratio: 16 cc per 1 hp
      • Engine size to 1 passenger: 515 cc to 1 person
      • Difference from world's biggest: 6.3 L smaller (-6322 cc)
      • Difference from world's smallest: 1.64 L bigger (+1636 cc)
      • Torque from 1 liter: 106 Nm from 1 L
      • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

    1998 Land Rover Freelander Soft Top engine size

  • 2.0 TD4 —1951 cc (1951 L)
  • 2.0 DI —1994 cc (1994 L)
  • 1.8 i 16V —1796 cc (1796 L)
  • 2.5 V6 24V —2497 cc (2497 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 2.0 TD4 —17.4 cc/hp (23.8 cc/kW)
  • 2.0 DI —20.3 cc/hp (27.7 cc/kW)
  • 1.8 i 16V —15 cc/hp (20.4 cc/kW)
  • 2.5 V6 24V —14.1 cc/hp (19.2 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 2.0 TD4 —16.84 or 395 cc smaller
  • 2.0 DI —15 or 352 cc smaller
  • 1.8 i 16V —23.44 or 550 cc smaller
  • 2.5 V6 24V —6.44 or 151 cc bigger
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    2.0 TD4 1.95 L
    (1951 cc)
    16.8% smaller 63 cc to 1 mpg 57 hp from 1 L 122 cc to 100 kg
    2.0 DI 1.99 L
    (1994 cc)
    15% smaller - 49 hp from 1 L 133 cc to 100 kg
    1.8 i 16V 1.8 L
    (1796 cc)
    23.4% smaller - 67 hp from 1 L 128 cc to 100 kg
    2.5 V6 24V 2.5 L
    (2497 cc)
    6.4% bigger 131 cc to 1 mpg 71 hp from 1 L 156 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0 TD4
    Precise engine size 1.95 L (1951 cc)
    Difference from world average 16.8 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio 63 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 57 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 122 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0 DI
    Precise engine size 1.99 L (1994 cc)
    Difference from world average 15 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 49 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 133 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 1.8 i 16V
    Precise engine size 1.8 L (1796 cc)
    Difference from world average 23.4 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 67 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 128 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.5 V6 24V
    Precise engine size 2.5 L (2497 cc)
    Difference from world average 6.4 bigger
    Engine size to consumption ratio 131 cc to 1 mpg
    Horsepower from 1 L 71 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 156 cc to 100 kg

    Quick notes on Land Rover Freelander engine size

      • Average size for generation: 2.08 L (2081 cc)
      • Smallest engine for generation: 1.8 L (1796 cc)
      • Largest engine for generation: 2.5 L (2497 cc)
      • Difference from world average: 0.27 L smaller (-265 cc)
      • Engine power to cc ratio: 15 cc per 1 hp
      • Engine size to 1 passenger: 416 cc to 1 person
      • Difference from world's biggest: 6.3 L smaller (-6301 cc)
      • Difference from world's smallest: 1.66 L bigger (+1657 cc)
      • Torque from 1 liter: 106 Nm from 1 L
      • Enginert rating: 6 / 10

    1998 Land Rover Freelander Hard Top engine size

  • 1.8 i 16V —1796 cc (1796 L)
  • 2.0 TD —1950 cc (1950 L)
  • 2.5 i V6 24V —2497 cc (2497 L)

    Engine size to power ratio

  • 1.8 i 16V —15.4 cc/hp (20.9 cc/kW)
  • 2.0 TD —17.4 cc/hp (23.8 cc/kW)
  • 2.5 i V6 24V —14.1 cc/hp (19.2 cc/kW)

    Difference from world average engine size

  • 1.8 i 16V —23.44 or 550 cc smaller
  • 2.0 TD —16.88 or 396 cc smaller
  • 2.5 i V6 24V —6.44 or 151 cc bigger
  • Vehicle Precise engine size Difference from world average Engine size to consumption ratio Horsepower from 1 L Engine size to 100 kg of weight
    1.8 i 16V 1.8 L
    (1796 cc)
    23.4% smaller - 65 hp from 1 L 128 cc to 100 kg
    2.0 TD 1.95 L
    (1950 cc)
    16.9% smaller - 57 hp from 1 L 122 cc to 100 kg
    2.5 i V6 24V 2.5 L
    (2497 cc)
    6.4% bigger - 71 hp from 1 L 156 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 1.8 i 16V
    Precise engine size 1.8 L (1796 cc)
    Difference from world average 23.4 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 65 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 128 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.0 TD
    Precise engine size 1.95 L (1950 cc)
    Difference from world average 16.9 smaller
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 57 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 122 cc to 100 kg
    Vehicle 2.5 i V6 24V
    Precise engine size 2.5 L (2497 cc)
    Difference from world average 6.4 bigger
    Engine size to consumption ratio -
    Horsepower from 1 L 71 hp from 1 L
    Engine size to 100 kg of weight 156 cc to 100 kg