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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 1 year 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 10 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 10 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 10 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 11 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 1 year ago
    • Василий Мельник
      Василий Мельник

      The best car to be driven by parents as a kid!

      about 1 day ago
    • AndyGinterBlues

      I just bought my first- a 2001 Disco II, and these videos are indispensable learning tools for me. Thanks. Finding out that I need a few parts, if anyone in the N.E. U. S . has parts for sale???

      about 16 days ago
    • bob tone
      bob tone

      doors and window frames are the same (pretty much) as a RRC from 1970, as are many of the other parts, I have often swapped parts from this series of vehicles, Defender, Disco, RRC ,-)

      about 21 day ago
    • Johnny Clark
      Johnny Clark

      I love my D2 Td5 💖💖💖💖💖💖

      about 23 days ago
    • Coddy Sutton
      Coddy Sutton

      How can something be "most unique"? It's either unique, or it isn't.

      about 24 days ago
    • hugolafhugolaf

      No way that these tires don't rub.

      about 1 month ago
    • M CAT
      M CAT

      It’s a pre-GM Saab with solid axles

      about 1 month ago
    • Dustin C Mills
      Dustin C Mills

      What is that rack you are using?

      about 1 month ago
    • Khaled A.
      Khaled A.

      I had a 2004 LR2 for 5 years. Amazing car. I drive a 2009 LR3 now 😎

      about 1 month ago
    • Leo Meisels
      Leo Meisels

      The best feature of these cars, at least high spec European

      ones was the ACE anti roll system, it was like a different car. Would be nice to see a recap of that.

      about 1 month ago
    • Diezel Vh2
      Diezel Vh2

      The disco 2 wasnt till half way through 1999. Not 1998. So some 1999s are still disco 1s like mine.

      about 1 month ago
    • Phillip Gwin
      Phillip Gwin

      Very cool! Wish Land Rover still made Discovery’s like this one. The new ones are just not nearly as cool. Same for the Defenders.

      about 1 month ago
    • Carl Spilker
      Carl Spilker

      I own a 2003 V8 model and it has central diff lock option.

      about 1 month ago
    • Aro Minerva
      Aro Minerva

      About to buy a 2001 Land Rover Discovery 2 for my first vehicle by the way your video describes it I think I’m making a good choice

      about 1 month ago

      A classic design and a magic vehicle without any doubt.

      about 1 month ago
    • Adrian Mercier
      Adrian Mercier

      I had disco 2 and still have disco 1 , both are garbage. It would be amazing vehicle if built by Toyota .

      about 1 month ago
    • Damilola Akanni
      Damilola Akanni

      Pls do a Land rover freelander review... Thanks.

      about 2 months ago
    • Grant Bassingthwaighte
      Grant Bassingthwaighte

      I have a 2003 Disco 2 TD5 - manual transmission with over 330,000 km's on the clock and still running very well. One of the design flaws that Land Rover did when they started with the Disco 3's and upwards, was to take the spare wheel off the back door and put this under the back of the car. I've had to change tyres before in the hot Kalahari, and I count myself as fortunate that I could access the spare easily. I've heard people complain that when they've tried to change the tyre on a Disco 3 - and the car is sitting low in hot, thick sand - it is a nightmare to get the spare tyre out from underneath the car.

      about 2 months ago
    • 윤상석

      2 times of mission replacement, 4 times of front window just fall into door (3 driver's side, 1 passenger's side), the both side of plastic parts next to arm rest that holds leather seat with a small plastic pin always falls apart...what a nightmare it was.

      about 2 months ago
    • Nick

      I had a discovery I with a 3.9, such a fun car until the transfer case went out

      about 2 months ago
    • hollywood21639

      Rover V8 is a POS. Head gaskets every 75k. I worked for Land Rover from 06-08 and saw their horrible reliability and extremely expensive parts.

      about 2 months ago
    • Leonardo Curca
      Leonardo Curca

      it is done for the hi and low speeds just like in the p38

      about 2 months ago
    • CarbonKLR

      Such a beautiful truck, it's a tragedy that they all have timing chain issues or blown gaskets

      about 2 months ago
    • Edward Kirwin
      Edward Kirwin

      Ds2 esp 2.5tdi 2004
      Had it 4 years
      Love driving it every day.

      about 2 months ago
    • Lloyd Mulder
      Lloyd Mulder

      I know this video is a year old already and hopefully you do see this comment
      But the little hole underneath the passenger seat was put there for the right hand drive models to access the CD shuttle changer (for the models fitted with)

      about 2 months ago
    • Mark Janes
      Mark Janes

      God, I miss my Discos so much! I've had five; a Series 1, 2 Series 2s and 2 Series 3s. The all time favourite was the second Series 2; one of the last of the Series 2s when LR loaded it with toys. Took it overland from London through Europe into Turkey and down into the Syrian desert. Never missed a beat and supremely comfortable. Did you know that the interior design on the original Series 1 was done by Sir Terence Conran, founder of the Habitat chain of interior design stores? I now have a Freelander 2 (LR2), which is almost as much fun. Thanks for the nostalgia!

      about 2 months ago
    • Jazz5777

      What a rickety chincy shifter casing. Definitely needs to be custom cased in wood. Sounds like it’s a cheep toy. Also, I don’t think yet put indicators on both sides to save cost, I think it was done for ease of visibility in case your spotter passenger has to shift for you while your busy driving and pushing moose out of your window

      about 2 months ago
    • gustavorocha78

      Wrong! It’s 4.0 V8

      about 2 months ago
    • stonepa

      Surprising Truth - the fact that this Disco 2 still runs and drives makes it a special unicorn. If he had tried 95% of them in 2002 or so I doubt his review would be as glowing, what with the constant electrical and electronic breakdowns, leaking windshields and sunroofs, transmission failures, bad engines, and lack of parts (in the US). My 2000 Disco 2 was dreadful from new, ands only became reliable after the dealer's shop rebuilt a large percentage of it. Then it was solid. All that being said, I later built it for off road use with front and rear lockers, center diff lock modification, ARB winch bumper with a 12.5k SuperWinch, 2 inch OME lift and suspension, etc.and used it extensively.

      about 3 months ago
    • Kewlzter TC
      Kewlzter TC

      LMAO, he thinks Ashtrays are small cup holders! 😂.

      about 3 months ago
    • Tony Bailey
      Tony Bailey

      By far the best review I've seen of the Disco 2.

      I'm looking to change our MPV & I've long looked at the Disco 2 as it's replacement, I love its' looks'. My local mechanic warns me about mechanical & body problems but I'm sure "The One" is out there waiting for me. Thanks.

      about 3 months ago
    • Langat Vincent
      Langat Vincent

      Ok dude. You know how to sell!!

      about 3 months ago
    • House of malice
      House of malice

      You're a fairy, i bet you've never done a real 4wd trail in your life

      about 3 months ago
    • RL R
      RL R

      I have driven these and NEVER have placed transmission into 3rd gear. It easily goes into DRIVE, clear enough seen in the cluster and the small lights beside the selector lever. Not sure what is the problem here. Maybe it is as Andy García said on the Sean Connery AFL Tribute, "maybe it is a lack of intelligence from your part"...

      about 3 months ago
    • jamie greenwood
      jamie greenwood

      my freinds owns the v8 manual disco drinks more fuel ....than a mack truck

      about 3 months ago
    • jamie greenwood
      jamie greenwood

      i stick to my old 60series lancruiser with over 500,000 km on same engine....also my 75 series turbo diesle with 600,000 still running strong

      about 3 months ago
    • jamie greenwood
      jamie greenwood In reply to jamie greenwood

      @Input City sorry bloke i dont agree with you in any other make but toyota landcruiser ...only works for me ........and the blue oval ford s my faviorite them to names have served me well for last 38 years of driving.........running awrecking yard my self in austraila discos have abad reputaion in aust and worth a dime adozern

      about 1 month ago
    • Input City
      Input City In reply to jamie greenwood

      Years ago I sold my 105 seriesToyota Landcruiser with every mod possible for a TD5 Disco2a and have never EVER regretted it. I'm not aftaid to try new or even old things...e.g. I've owned Subaru Outbacks-great in snow tracks and better imho than LC or LR. I've also owned Toyota Landcruisers and Landrovers so I know that each vehicle is MASSIVELY underappreciated by fanboys/fangirls of each competing brand...imho driving an Old landy is the most rewarding off road experience one can have.

      about 1 month ago
    • Rocco Kelly
      Rocco Kelly

      thanks for making this video!!

      about 3 months ago
    • Ray Hurst
      Ray Hurst

      makes me want to chop in the defender for a disco 2

      about 3 months ago
    • Rick jobling
      Rick jobling

      You americeees are crazy .. steering wheel on the wrong side ..driven on the wrong side of the road .. going the wrong way ... strooth i dont know how ya get threw the day .. anywhos .. it was a good tour ..😁pip pips and carryon

      about 3 months ago
    • two45triox

      My 2003 is still going strong every day. I have driven on solid iced over roads without ever spinning a wheel.

      about 3 months ago
    • Sherif El Sakkaf
      Sherif El Sakkaf

      Thank you

      about 3 months ago
    • Javier Bonilla
      Javier Bonilla

      It’s a super cool useless POS. It is really beautiful, I wish it wasn’t so bad.

      about 3 months ago
    • Grant Mctaggart
      Grant Mctaggart In reply to Javier Bonilla

      Javier Bonilla hence why I got a Toyota prado land cruiser lol

      about 3 months ago
    • TNN Media
      TNN Media

      My 2001 Tahoe is better then this thing.

      about 3 months ago
    • Razvan Dobos
      Razvan Dobos

      The British Ford Explorer.

      about 3 months ago
    • litefoot900

      It's a nasty parts bin bin, bin of a vehicle. The only thing In common with a G wagon is the type of fuel they use. Driven I in the uk by pit bull toting low life.

      about 3 months ago
    • EASY BIZ
      EASY BIZ

      I wonder if possible to swap 4BT there? anyone know will it pass state inspection, NY?

      about 3 months ago
    • RHP9898

      Nice review but you speak like a machine gun, I was knackered after 10 minutes listening to you...

      about 3 months ago
    • stephen porter
      stephen porter

      How about the freelander 2 v the evoque

      about 3 months ago
    • Parker Clegg
      Parker Clegg

      @7:55 ive had my disco for 3 years and i still put it in 3rd on accident every single day

      about 4 months ago
    • Bernhard Kuhn
      Bernhard Kuhn

      A rolling pile of junk! Best 4x4  is the LandCruiser. It lives forever and never breaks down.

      about 4 months ago
    • baby D
      baby D

      Great video...

      about 4 months ago
    • Gavin Lang
      Gavin Lang

      Both my D1 and D2 are broken. Lol.

      about 4 months ago
    • Andrew Casden
      Andrew Casden

      Just bought my first Disco II this weekend up in Sacramento, a 2001 edition. This video's been super helpful as I've been getting more acquainted with my new ride. Very excited! Thank you much! :)

      about 4 months ago
    • CrossCountry Adventure & Overland
      CrossCountry Adventure & Overland

      Hey TheFastLaneCar, the reason the rear door aperture is so small is a kinda long story. When the original Range Rover was launched in 1970 it was a 2 door. The company intended to offer a longer wheelbase 4 door version, but with all of Land Rovers profits going to keeping the Rover company afloat they never had the cash. Eventually they squeezed in another couple of doors and did a 4 door on the 100” wheelbase, so those rear doors are pretty small. The Disco 1 body shell is just a modified classic Range Rover shell, and the D2 is the same, so those small rear doors lasted right through to 2004.
      The company did eventually do a longer wheelbase Range Rover Classic - the LSE is on a 108” wheelbase and has bigger rear doors, as originally intended. The lImited production LSE was actually a proof of concept for a longer Range Rover on 4 way air suspension, the concept which became the P38. 👍🏻

      about 4 months ago
    • David Lyles
      David Lyles

      I've had my D2 since 1999. Still rolling and looking good at 248,500 miles. I'm just love my vehicle; I'll never part with it and I keep it well maintained. My wife has a 2016 Discovery to which I am not feeling it. Not the same.

      about 5 months ago
    • Freddy 2828
      Freddy 2828

      My friend we do not want to hear the monstrous amount of horse shit you talked about these truck. Be honest tell people the true this truck is a major TURD JUST LIKE EVERY OTHER LAND ROVER,JAGUAR,BMW,MB,Audi. It's a big family of truly well engineered turds😂😂😂

      about 5 months ago
    • Billy Rutherford
      Billy Rutherford

      Great work! keep it up! Glad to see another one come to the dark side... Rover's are the best.

      about 5 months ago

      I love my d2 am glad i got diesel. 2001 model and completely irreplaceable

      about 5 months ago
    • Desiree Quinones
      Desiree Quinones

      What is the towing capacity?

      about 5 months ago
    • Emilio0587

      The visibility is surprisingly good in the drivers seat. My neighbor has one of these as a secondary vehicle the damn thing won’t die.

      about 5 months ago
    • Doc Holiday
      Doc Holiday

      The sharp angles on the windows and other sharp corners are very reminiscent of the defender.

      The diso1 even shares the same chassis as the defender.

      about 5 months ago
    • Doc Holiday
      Doc Holiday In reply to Doc Holiday

      @secpac58chichi disco 1 and 2 are fantastic machines. Will end up with one someday

      about 5 months ago
    • secpac58chichi
      secpac58chichi In reply to Doc Holiday

      I love my disco 1

      about 5 months ago
    • Msafiri Mhehe
      Msafiri Mhehe

      Very great review of the LR Disco 2! Keep the great work..

      about 5 months ago
    • S. LaVonne Cockerell
      S. LaVonne Cockerell

      Just bought a 2004 Disco having lost mine in a divorce. I sold my paid-for 2017 Ford F-150 because that Disco was and still is my all time favorite car. Repairs are just part of the ownership privilege. Considered putting in a new motor. Should I do that?

      about 5 months ago
    • Leonard Padin
      Leonard Padin In reply to S. LaVonne Cockerell

      That's what some people don't understand. The main problem is not reliability but mainly that a lot of broke people keep buying the trucks and the parts and repairs are expensive. This vehicles are maintenance intensive and rightfully so given what they do on the bush. I have decided to prep a crate engine which I will put the best parts available in wait for when the other one needs major work. Then I will swap them and do the same to the other engine. That way I always have a second engine available.

      about 5 months ago
    • DespacitoBurrito

      My friends love my discovery. Most of them don’t even know it was only $3,000. It’s a luxury off-roader that I just love!

      about 5 months ago
    • Jo Schmo
      Jo Schmo

      EXCELLENT video sir. I'm looking at one of these for a second vehicle. I'd use it for towing and fishing/camping trips but every single piece of research I do says don't do it. Im torn.

      about 5 months ago
    • CitrusPoisoning
      CitrusPoisoning In reply to Jo Schmo

      Do it!

      about 1 month ago
    • Rob Brent
      Rob Brent

      About the most comprehensive walk through ever in the history of them. Only comes from being a passionate owner. Well done from a fellow LR nut.

      about 6 months ago
    • C4rlmeister

      Unreliable? must be the v8 models then. The td5 diesels is very reliable, slow but reliable. Very good engine for trailer towing aswell.

      about 6 months ago
    • Southern Relics
      Southern Relics

      "and some oil, because you need because it's a Land Rover." I love that phrase. I just bought a 2000 Discovery 2 today! I love it! My family loves it! I look forward to learning more about this British built SUV!

      about 6 months ago
    • milanzozedana

      Selling mine https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/670920200053793/

      about 6 months ago
    • Ian Mcdowell
      Ian Mcdowell

      shifter boot kit is like $30 bucks...

      about 6 months ago
    • Ran

      An SUV with less interior space than a 3 series BMW

      about 6 months ago
    • Ran
      Ran In reply to Ran

      @Mijajlo Bulatović All I said was:
      An SUV with less interior space than a 3 series BMW

      about 5 months ago
    • Mijajlo Bulatović
      Mijajlo Bulatović In reply to Ran

      @Ran what about off road capibility towing power and overall reliability go drive giant fords and rams if you want space dont drive the icon

      about 5 months ago
    • Ran
      Ran In reply to Ran

      @Mijajlo Bulatović Explain to me how it works. Tall, skinny, and feels like you're going to flip with even the slightest turn. Plenty of pockets to store maps though.

      I stand by what I said. Less interior space than compact cars. No reason to drive one other than it looks cool.

      about 5 months ago
    • Mijajlo Bulatović
      Mijajlo Bulatović In reply to Ran

      @Ran No i only owned 91' model for 26 years so nooo

      about 6 months ago
    • Ran
      Ran In reply to Ran

      @Mijajlo Bulatović Have you actually driven a Land Rover Discovery?

      about 6 months ago
    • Michael Walker
      Michael Walker

      My Disco 2 was the coolest car I have ever owned. My favorite feature was the handles on the headrests on the front seats. Also I loved the way the piping looked on the tan interiors. As for yours, someone added the wood trim on the doors an moor roof control. The only factory piece of wood was above the glove box and, if you have a 2004 HSE model, at the gear selector.

      about 6 months ago
    • TrooperLFC

      That snowflake button ejects liberal bellends out of the Landie... lovely review mate, I love my good old Land Rover as well

      about 6 months ago
    • gauke vs world
      gauke vs world

      Everyone did know these things because it’s obvious

      about 6 months ago
    • gauke vs world
      gauke vs world

      No one mentioned there English. Land Rover discovery is English and later on in life they got made in different countries

      about 6 months ago
    • David Suazo
      David Suazo

      Proud owner of 1996 LR discovery . Very complicated vehicle; with many mechanical issues, gas Gator, expensive parts and labor. I am an addictive to my LRD I.

      about 6 months ago
    • The Spanish Bull
      The Spanish Bull

      TOYOTA are the best very cheap hard to die cheap to fix and of course will take you places ❤️

      about 6 months ago
    • Mijajlo Bulatović
      Mijajlo Bulatović In reply to The Spanish Bull

      Yeah but they look like shit drive like shit have plastics made out of shit and performance of shit

      about 6 months ago
    • kiwihaze

      Interesting fact. In the original right hand drive form, the front and rear differential sit directly under the driver for very easy navigation and avoidance of the differential bottoming out. Clever Land Rover

      about 6 months ago
    • Nathan Lloyd
      Nathan Lloyd

      Discovery 1 TDI for me less electronic aids and mechanical fuel pump it will also run on bio diesel without modification!

      about 6 months ago