Land Rover Freelander Curb Weight in Easy-to-Read Graphs

Average weight of Land Rover Freelander

Quick notes on Land Rover Freelander weight

    • Average weight for generation: 1769 kg (3901 lbs)
    • Difference from world average: 286 kg or 631 lbs heavier
    • Difference from world's heaviest: 2695 kg or 5943 lbs lighter
    • Load to one wheel: 442 kg (975 lbs)
    • Maximum allowable weight: 2144 kg (4728 lbs)
    • Weight to torque ratio: 4 kg per 1 Nm
    • Weight to length ratio: 2.5 mm per 1 kg
    • Engine capacity to weight: 1.2 cc per 1 kg
    • Pounds per 1 kW: 29 lbs/kW
    • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

2012 Land Rover Freelander II (facelift ) curb weight

  • 2.2 eD4 —1710 kg (3771 lbs)
  • 2.2 TD4 —1785 kg (3936 lbs)
  • 2.0 Si4 GTDi —1775 kg (3914 lbs)
  • 2.2 SD4 —1805 kg (3980 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.2 eD4 —44 kg/mpg (97 lbs/mpg)
  • 2.2 TD4 —47 kg/mpg (104 lbs/mpg)
  • 2.0 Si4 GTDi —74 kg/mpg (163 lbs/mpg)
  • 2.2 SD4 —53 kg/mpg (117 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.2 eD4 is 15.3% heavier tran average
  • 2.2 TD4 is 20.4% heavier tran average
  • 2.0 Si4 GTDi is 19.7% heavier tran average
  • 2.2 SD4 is 21.7% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.2 eD4 1710 kg /
    3771 lbs
    1285 kg (2834 lbs) heavier 11 kg to 1 hp 154 kg/s (340 lbs/s) 285 kg/L
    (628 lbs/L)
    2.2 TD4 1785 kg /
    3936 lbs
    1360 kg (2999 lbs) heavier 12 kg to 1 hp 161 kg/s (355 lbs/s) 288 kg/L
    (635 lbs/L)
    2.0 Si4 GTDi 1775 kg /
    3914 lbs
    1350 kg (2977 lbs) heavier 7 kg to 1 hp 211 kg/s (465 lbs/s) 185 kg/L
    (408 lbs/L)
    2.2 SD4 1805 kg /
    3980 lbs
    1380 kg (3043 lbs) heavier 10 kg to 1 hp 201 kg/s (443 lbs/s) 258 kg/L
    (569 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.2 eD4
    Curb weight 1710 kg /
    3771 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1285 kg (1285 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 11 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 154 kg/s (340 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 285 kg/L
    (628 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.2 TD4
    Curb weight 1785 kg /
    3936 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1360 kg (1360 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 12 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 161 kg/s (355 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 288 kg/L
    (635 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.0 Si4 GTDi
    Curb weight 1775 kg /
    3914 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1350 kg (1350 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 7 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 211 kg/s (465 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 185 kg/L
    (408 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.2 SD4
    Curb weight 1805 kg /
    3980 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1380 kg (1380 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 10 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 201 kg/s (443 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 258 kg/L
    (569 lbs/L)

    Quick notes on Land Rover Freelander weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1773 kg (3909 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 290 kg or 639 lbs heavier
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 2695 kg or 5943 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 443 kg (977 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 2148 kg (4736 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 4 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 2.5 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.2 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 33 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

    2010 Land Rover Freelander II (facelift ) curb weight

  • 2.2 TD4 —1805 kg (3980 lbs)
  • 2.2 SD4 —1805 kg (3980 lbs)
  • 2.2 eD4 —1710 kg (3771 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.2 TD4 —53 kg/mpg (117 lbs/mpg)
  • 2.2 SD4 —53 kg/mpg (117 lbs/mpg)
  • 2.2 eD4 —44 kg/mpg (97 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.2 TD4 is 21.7% heavier tran average
  • 2.2 SD4 is 21.7% heavier tran average
  • 2.2 eD4 is 15.3% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.2 TD4 1805 kg /
    3980 lbs
    1380 kg (3043 lbs) heavier 12 kg to 1 hp 170 kg/s (375 lbs/s) 258 kg/L
    (569 lbs/L)
    2.2 SD4 1805 kg /
    3980 lbs
    1380 kg (3043 lbs) heavier 10 kg to 1 hp 201 kg/s (443 lbs/s) 258 kg/L
    (569 lbs/L)
    2.2 eD4 1710 kg /
    3771 lbs
    1285 kg (2834 lbs) heavier 11 kg to 1 hp 154 kg/s (340 lbs/s) 285 kg/L
    (628 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.2 TD4
    Curb weight 1805 kg /
    3980 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1380 kg (1380 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 12 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 170 kg/s (375 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 258 kg/L
    (569 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.2 SD4
    Curb weight 1805 kg /
    3980 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1380 kg (1380 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 10 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 201 kg/s (443 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 258 kg/L
    (569 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.2 eD4
    Curb weight 1710 kg /
    3771 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1285 kg (1285 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 11 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 154 kg/s (340 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 285 kg/L
    (628 lbs/L)

    Quick notes on Land Rover Freelander weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1770 kg (3903 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 287 kg or 633 lbs heavier
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 2730 kg or 6020 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 443 kg (976 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 2145 kg (4730 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 5 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 2.5 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.5 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 27 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

    2007 Land Rover Freelander II curb weight

  • 2.2 TD4 —1770 kg (3903 lbs)
  • 3.2 i V6 24V —1770 kg (3903 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.2 TD4 —57 kg/mpg (126 lbs/mpg)
  • 3.2 i V6 24V —84 kg/mpg (185 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.2 TD4 is 19.4% heavier tran average
  • 3.2 i V6 24V is 19.4% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.2 TD4 1770 kg /
    3903 lbs
    1345 kg (2966 lbs) heavier 11 kg to 1 hp 159 kg/s (351 lbs/s) 236 kg/L
    (520 lbs/L)
    3.2 i V6 24V 1770 kg /
    3903 lbs
    1345 kg (2966 lbs) heavier 8 kg to 1 hp 208 kg/s (459 lbs/s) 158 kg/L
    (348 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.2 TD4
    Curb weight 1770 kg /
    3903 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1345 kg (1345 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 11 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 159 kg/s (351 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 236 kg/L
    (520 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 3.2 i V6 24V
    Curb weight 1770 kg /
    3903 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1345 kg (1345 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 8 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 208 kg/s (459 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 158 kg/L
    (348 lbs/L)

    Quick notes on Land Rover Freelander weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1513 kg (3336 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 30 kg or 66 lbs heavier
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 2855 kg or 6296 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 378 kg (834 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 1888 kg (4163 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 7 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 2.9 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.4 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 36 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

    1998 Land Rover Freelander (LN) curb weight

  • 2.0 TD4 —1645 kg (3627 lbs)
  • 1.8 i 16V —1380 kg (3043 lbs)
  • 2.0 DI —1405 kg (3098 lbs)
  • 2.5 V6 24V —1620 kg (3572 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.0 TD4 —53 kg/mpg (117 lbs/mpg)
  • 1.8 i 16V —58 kg/mpg (128 lbs/mpg)
  • 2.5 V6 24V —85 kg/mpg (187 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.0 TD4 is 10.9% heavier tran average
  • 1.8 i 16V is 6.9% lighter than average
  • 2.0 DI is 5.3% lighter than average
  • 2.5 V6 24V is 9.2% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.0 TD4 1645 kg /
    3627 lbs
    1220 kg (2690 lbs) heavier 15 kg to 1 hp 120 kg/s (265 lbs/s) 216 kg/L
    (476 lbs/L)
    1.8 i 16V 1380 kg /
    3043 lbs
    955 kg (2106 lbs) heavier 12 kg to 1 hp 122 kg/s (269 lbs/s) 141 kg/L
    (311 lbs/L)
    2.0 DI 1405 kg /
    3098 lbs
    980 kg (2161 lbs) heavier 14 kg to 1 hp 98 kg/s (216 lbs/s) -
    2.5 V6 24V 1620 kg /
    3572 lbs
    1195 kg (2635 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp 154 kg/s (340 lbs/s) 131 kg/L
    (289 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.0 TD4
    Curb weight 1645 kg /
    3627 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1220 kg (1220 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 15 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 120 kg/s (265 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 216 kg/L
    (476 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 1.8 i 16V
    Curb weight 1380 kg /
    3043 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 955 kg (955 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 12 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 122 kg/s (269 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 141 kg/L
    (311 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.0 DI
    Curb weight 1405 kg /
    3098 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 980 kg (980 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 14 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 98 kg/s (216 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.5 V6 24V
    Curb weight 1620 kg /
    3572 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1195 kg (1195 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 154 kg/s (340 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 131 kg/L
    (289 lbs/L)

    Quick notes on Land Rover Freelander weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1519 kg (3349 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 36 kg or 79 lbs heavier
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 2885 kg or 6362 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 380 kg (837 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 1819 kg (4011 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 7 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 2.9 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.4 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 36 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

    1998 Land Rover Freelander Soft Top curb weight

  • 2.0 TD4 —1615 kg (3561 lbs)
  • 2.0 DI —1480 kg (3263 lbs)
  • 1.8 i 16V —1380 kg (3043 lbs)
  • 2.5 V6 24V —1600 kg (3528 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.0 TD4 —52 kg/mpg (115 lbs/mpg)
  • 2.5 V6 24V —84 kg/mpg (185 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.0 TD4 is 8.9% heavier tran average
  • 2.0 DI is 0.2% lighter than average
  • 1.8 i 16V is 6.9% lighter than average
  • 2.5 V6 24V is 7.9% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.0 TD4 1615 kg /
    3561 lbs
    1190 kg (2624 lbs) heavier 14 kg to 1 hp 118 kg/s (260 lbs/s) 213 kg/L
    (470 lbs/L)
    2.0 DI 1480 kg /
    3263 lbs
    1055 kg (2326 lbs) heavier 15 kg to 1 hp 103 kg/s (227 lbs/s) -
    1.8 i 16V 1380 kg /
    3043 lbs
    955 kg (2106 lbs) heavier 12 kg to 1 hp 122 kg/s (269 lbs/s) -
    2.5 V6 24V 1600 kg /
    3528 lbs
    1175 kg (2591 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp 152 kg/s (335 lbs/s) 129 kg/L
    (284 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.0 TD4
    Curb weight 1615 kg /
    3561 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1190 kg (1190 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 14 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 118 kg/s (260 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 213 kg/L
    (470 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.0 DI
    Curb weight 1480 kg /
    3263 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1055 kg (1055 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 15 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 103 kg/s (227 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 1.8 i 16V
    Curb weight 1380 kg /
    3043 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 955 kg (955 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 12 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 122 kg/s (269 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.5 V6 24V
    Curb weight 1600 kg /
    3528 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1175 kg (1175 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 152 kg/s (335 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 129 kg/L
    (284 lbs/L)

    Quick notes on Land Rover Freelander weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1515 kg (3341 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 32 kg or 71 lbs heavier
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 2935 kg or 6472 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 379 kg (835 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 1890 kg (4167 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 7 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 2.9 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.4 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 34 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 8 / 10

    1998 Land Rover Freelander Hard Top curb weight

  • 1.8 i 16V —1430 kg (3153 lbs)
  • 2.0 TD —1565 kg (3451 lbs)
  • 2.5 i V6 24V —1550 kg (3418 lbs)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 1.8 i 16V is 3.6% lighter than average
  • 2.0 TD is 5.5% heavier tran average
  • 2.5 i V6 24V is 4.5% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    1.8 i 16V 1430 kg /
    3153 lbs
    1005 kg (2216 lbs) heavier 12 kg to 1 hp 119 kg/s (262 lbs/s) -
    2.0 TD 1565 kg /
    3451 lbs
    1140 kg (2514 lbs) heavier 14 kg to 1 hp 114 kg/s (251 lbs/s) -
    2.5 i V6 24V 1550 kg /
    3418 lbs
    1125 kg (2481 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp 148 kg/s (326 lbs/s) -
    Vehicle 1.8 i 16V
    Curb weight 1430 kg /
    3153 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1005 kg (1005 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 12 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 119 kg/s (262 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.0 TD
    Curb weight 1565 kg /
    3451 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1140 kg (1140 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 14 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 114 kg/s (251 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.5 i V6 24V
    Curb weight 1550 kg /
    3418 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1125 kg (1125 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 148 kg/s (326 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio -