The Land Rover consumes 6 % less fuel in the combined cycle in relation to the Jeep Cherokee V. The Land Rover Freelander II 2.0 Si4 240HP automatic 4x4, being classified in „compact SUV” segment uses by 1.9 l more amount of fuel than the average in its class. The average fuel consumption in this class in the combined cycle amounts to 7.5 l.
Maximum torque of the Land Rover is 7 % greater than the Jeep Cherokee V 3.2 V6 Active Drive Lock 272HP automatic 4x4. Because of this, the Land Rover Freelander II will accelerate somewhat faster and be better for overtaking other cars. Appropriate use of the flexibility of the engine will also make that the Land Rover Freelander II will burn up on average less fuel for every 100 km.
The Land Rover Freelander II uses 0.6 l fewer in the city in comparison to the Jeep Cherokee V. The difference in the amount of 4 percent is not significant in everyday use of the car, however, within a few years it can generate a considerable reduction of costs.
The top speed of the Land Rover is greater than the Jeep Cherokee V by 20 kilometers per hour, which allows the Land Rover Freelander II to cover quicker large distance of highway. The difference at the level of 20 km/h is little and will not be a very noticable in everyday driving.
Maximal torque RPM
A big difference in rpm at which the maximum torque is produced clearly indicates that a vehicle with an engine that doesn’t need taking it up at high revs is this of the Land Rover Freelander II 2.0 Si4 240HP automatic 4x4. The engine of the Jeep Cherokee V achieves its full efficiency at 4,300 revolutions per minute which is by 59 % lower compared with the Land Rover Freelander II 2.0 Si4 240HP automatic 4x4.
Number of gears
The Land Rover Freelander II 2.0 Si4 240HP automatic 4x4 have a higher gear count than the Jeep Cherokee V which means
that Land Rover Freelander II would have
better acceleration and better fuel
economy. But the difference is quiet
little and if you are not drag
racer at a timed event you would not
feel the difference.
Ground clearance is a crucial factor in several important characteristics of a vehicle. Clearance is very important in SUV vehicles though all cars appreciate the higher suspension. The Land Rover Freelander II has 4 % higher clearance in relation to the Jeep Cherokee V. In addition to effective mobility in rough terrain, the Land Rover Freelander II will also be easier pushed urban obstacles such as large kerbstones, for example.