You pose an interesting question, Haroon.
I'm certainly no authority on Land Rovers, but I imagine that the Freelander is somewhat of a cross-over vehicle, that aims to be a good on-road machine, albeit with off-road capabilities. The "unibody" construction is certainly an indication of this, as is the lack of a low range transfer case option in the earlier models (I think the low range option appeared after 2006 models). So you should be well aware of what you're buying, brother: an on-road vehicle with the Land Rover pedigree; which means it has decent but nevertheless limited off-road potential compared to its big brothers.
I've personally had the opportunity to drive one Freelander (without having taken it off-road, so I can't comment on its off-road abilities), but I found that it was a good drive, over 300 km of expressway commuting. Of course, you can't really compare it to a Range Rover HSE or a Land Rover LR2/3. Which is what the designers at LR were probably aiming for, anyways.
As an RR owner, though, I agree with what's been said about lack of spares and knowledge. Unfortunately, the people at Sigma Motors will be looking to fleece you naked, and since it's an uncommon vehicle, not many mechanics may be familiar with it.
Best of luck with the vehicle, though. May it be a great companion to you!