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    • The Fast Lane Car
      The Fast Lane Car

      Old vs New! How Does this old Discovery II compare to the today's Discovery? Find out here as we take both of them up Gold Mine Hill: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYDZIDk-X1s

      about 8 months ago
    • Nick Wilczynski
      Nick Wilczynski In reply to The Fast Lane Car

      @Rawiri 19 it's just a bit of everything. I own and daily-drive one with over 185k miles and basically you just need to know that there will be monthly or at least bi-monthly maintenance involved.

      about 2 months ago
    • Nick Wilczynski
      Nick Wilczynski In reply to The Fast Lane Car

      They're just completely different. At a 4-5k buy-in and an awareness that there WILL be regular maintenance involved in ownership, there's no better SUV bang-for-your-experience-buck than owning a Discovery II.

      about 2 months ago
    • Rawiri 19
      Rawiri 19 In reply to The Fast Lane Car

      A shame you did not point out what was so unreliable about the Landrover , as alluded to at the beginning . Was it mechanical was it electrical ??? What !

      about 2 months ago
    • Paul Ambry
      Paul Ambry In reply to The Fast Lane Car

      Excellent review. I don't think you missed a thing. I owned three of them (a Series 2 and two Series 3s - at least, that's how they were designated in Australia). The last of the Series 3 was the best one by far (as they re-introduced the ability to activate the centre diff lock). I loved it. It was the best highway car I ever had (the handling was augmented with the astonishingly effective active anti-roll suspension [ACE]) as well as being enormously capable off-road. It had one major drawback - it was an absolute gas guzzler - hideously expensive to drive around town. But that was offset with how good the Disco looked. They have absolutely mangled the latest one - too high tech, no rail frame, and it looks like every other softroader on the market. I can't imagine it's going to be reliable after a year or two - especially with 56pounds of boost... crikey - that's a disaster waiting to happen. Anyway - top marks for your excellent run down. I hope you get many many enjoyable adventure miles (or kilometres) out of yours.

      about 2 months ago
    • Kris Furansu
      Kris Furansu In reply to The Fast Lane Car

      If it makes you feel any better, the door handle surrounds and other areas are add-on 'wood' features. The only factory wood is the belt-line on the dash.

      about 4 months ago
    • ENTITY

      just picked up my first disco 2 here in Australia, cant wait to pop my first head gasket!

      about 2 days ago
    • killerROBOT

      What color is this? Beautiful

      about 3 days ago
    • Gary Peatling
      Gary Peatling

      Not real disco too many switches and knobs cant have electric seats on off roader

      about 4 days ago
    • killerROBOT

      "it almost feels like a baseball bat" -another excerpt from the book "things I never heard from my exgirlfriends"

      about 5 days ago
    • Ash E Larry
      Ash E Larry

      Great video, learned a lot.

      about 6 days ago
    • Pablo Richard Fernandez
      Pablo Richard Fernandez

      The Disco 2... the one and only time I craved and lusted for a Ford.

      about 7 days ago
    • Kevin Scott
      Kevin Scott

      I really enjoyed this video. Thanks. One question, I understood all 99 to 2004s had Bosch engines and not the 4.6 you referenced? Cheers and Rover on.

      about 7 days ago
    • Bushmaster88

      So British. Love em. Good video. thanks

      about 8 days ago
    • Bob Flavin
      Bob Flavin

      Great car, it will break your bank account when it goes wrong and it will go wrong. Diesel is crap

      about 9 days ago
    • Herman Steyn`
      Herman Steyn`

      I have a 2002 V8 Discovery 2 ,bought second hand in 2003 with 40 000 kms on the clock.She has now done 300 000 kms .The engine has never let me down and has never had any repairs done to it save for regular oil changes.Does not use a drop of oil. I live in South Africa and have driven at least half of its life on gravel roads.She has been up mountains and through deserts in Namibia. Great car ,great comfort great reliability.

      about 9 days ago
    • Leilani Sandoval
      Leilani Sandoval

      10/10 review!!!!

      about 11 days ago
    • rory0488

      The cubby under the seat is where the cd changer goes

      about 16 days ago
    • keimolantio


      about 17 days ago
    • Gregory Parrott
      Gregory Parrott

      Error at 9:53 -10:02 A traditional (mechanical) locking a differential does NOT split torque. It just assures the wheels are turning at the same speed. For example, assume the front wheels are airborne while the rear wheels are on pavement. The front wheels will essentially require ZERO torque while the rear wheels will transfer 100% of the engine's torque. However, a braking based locker DOES equalize torque by artificially adding a frictional load. Compared to a mechanical locker, this wastes power

      about 21 day ago
    • suhail ahmed
      suhail ahmed

      Its so unique tht nobody buys it second hand!🤣🤣

      about 23 days ago
    • Dan Serrano
      Dan Serrano

      I Really Want One.

      about 27 days ago
    • alphamech

      not reliable you said? make video on that please. thanks

      about 1 month ago
    • Daniel Mewes
      Daniel Mewes

      A locked (center) diff is not a 50:50 torque distribution though. An open diff has a 50:50 torque split. A closed diff will have varying torque distributions depending on the traction on each side. It locks the revolution speed to be equal on both sides, torque will vary.

      about 1 month ago
    • Walter's Heart
      Walter's Heart

      there's no surprising truth...while it does incredibly well off road, it's on road break downs and hideous gas mileage are legendary and not over exaggerated

      about 1 month ago
    • ToYoda Build
      ToYoda Build

      Thx. Best review ever!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Mark Brock
      Mark Brock

      You did a superb job describing all of the idiosyncrasies of the Disco II. I use to drive them as loaners and loved their sound systems. On the road, they are not bad. I never took them off- road as I did my Rangie.

      about 1 month ago
    • Okan Güven
      Okan Güven

      video title: "The Land Rover Discovery 2 Is The Most Unique SUV Ever Made"

      video: 2:13 We got a circler high beam down below the main beam

      This is a 25 minute video man c'mon... I understand the value of doug demuro and small channels who get to the point

      about 1 month ago
    • Brometheus

      98' discovery II DOES NOT EXIST
      They were made 99' to 04'


      Correct your information

      about 1 month ago
    • Baheej Ibrahim
      Baheej Ibrahim

      I love my disco ❤️

      about 1 month ago
    • John Collings
      John Collings

      Thoroughly enjoyed the review. I've had my current 04 D2 since 06 & 100K miles.. LOVE it. Mine is similar to yours except I also have the Terra Firma wheel spacers, diff guards & tank guard, plus the Mantec snorkel. All useful kit for Arizona off roading.

      about 1 month ago
    • SeanSkiVT

      Awesome video, thanks for putting so much thought into it. Love these old rovers.

      about 1 month ago
    • SPCBOE

      Very detailed. Awesome job!!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • David Scott
      David Scott

      LR3 or LR4 build next!

      about 1 month ago
    • Rebecca Priest
      Rebecca Priest

      The cabbie under the passenger seat is for a CD changer.

      about 1 month ago