I've never run a car that has a memory function on its electric seats and mirrors. In fact, most of the cars I've owned have stick-your-hand-out-of-the-window mirror adjustment. But the Freelander has the works. And I think that's great. Why? Because, when you lend the car to a colleague, as I regularly do, there's nothing better than getting back into the driver's seat and pushing one button to put everything back the way it was when you handed over the keys.