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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 11 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 4 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 4 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 4 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 4 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 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 1 day ago
    • gauke vs world
      gauke vs world

      Everyone did know these things because it’s obvious

      about 2 days 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 2 days 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 2 days ago
    • Henry Halamadrid
      Henry Halamadrid

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

      about 3 days 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 4 days 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 7 days ago
    • Enduro & trials NSW
      Enduro & trials NSW

      the 4.2 v8s where made by bmw and all the electronics and dash and gear box where all from bmw

      about 9 days ago
    • blackvulcan100

      Here in the UK I had a D2 ( 2002 2.5 diesel ) took us all over Europe towing a caravan ( trailer ) and never let us down.I did however maintain the vehicle well it wanted for nothing.I was so confident with the vehicle I sold it to my daughter who only had one problem a heater hose rubbed through.I then bought a new D4. It has broken down twice and it is now on 15,000 miles, so the D2 a great vehicle.My daughter sold the D2 to a guy who works in the paint shop next to my independent LR garage so I still see it.

      about 11 days ago
    • Car Los
      Car Los

      Discovery 1 and also Discovery 2: Range Rover Classic in disguise.. 😉

      about 17 days ago
    • Poder Executivo
      Poder Executivo

      What is the year of the vehicle ?

      about 18 days ago
    • Ali arghad
      Ali arghad

      سياره راءعه

      about 20 days ago
    • D T
      D T

      Just had my disco engine sealed and she purrrrs..... What a beautiful machine!

      about 21 day ago
    • Erjon Bardhoshi
      Erjon Bardhoshi

      Discovery 2 its a heavy tank but not the best for offroad.
      The best for offroad its Toyota land cruiser.
      "If u want to take a trip around the world take a land drover ,If u want to come back from the trip take a LAND CRUISER "

      about 1 month ago
    • Greg Wheat
      Greg Wheat

      Legendary HORRIBLE engine that GM stopped just two years after it was born.... for a reason. Then foolish Landrover grabs it's 1960 design and uses it 40 years later. LOL

      about 1 month ago
    • MrLes Berg
      MrLes Berg

      we have a 2000 Disco II and I agree that it's highly unusual, but if you can find someone with an early 90's Mitsubishi Montero, I would highly recommend checking it out.

      about 1 month ago
    • Chielo

      I also loved my 2004 Disco II but it was very unreliable in the summer. In the 2 short years I had it, I got a new transfer case, changed the water pump 3 times, and replaced most of hoses and the battery. Smh but it was a dream on the CO Jeep trails- drove like luxury in the mud.

      about 1 month ago
    • Garth Richert
      Garth Richert

      This is unique. No other car manufacturer would install the coil pack behind the intake manifold. Also they bored out the good old 3.5 engine to 3.9 and 4.0 and bigger, introducing major failure potential with cylinder liners. It is a stupid car. You need deep pockets or a machine shop if you own one.

      about 1 month ago
    • will williams
      will williams

      Oh jesus, this was a laugh. as owners of old defenders, we are not into the disco's, or all the fancy features of disco's, we like to be able to hose ours out, but you are certified landy nut. "Landrovers are the most environmentally friendly vehicle out, they have been returning oil back to the ground for over 60 years". Thanks from down-under.

      about 1 month ago
    • Linda Vergara
      Linda Vergara

      I love this car! I can see everything.

      about 1 month ago
    • iTzCorey

      Discovery in automatic says it all.

      about 1 month ago
    • Imed Trabelsi
      Imed Trabelsi

      This is my second discovery, had an 03 and now an 04. We recently drove our discovery Croats country NYC to LAX via the national parks ( Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Nevada & California ) the car was a dream, very comfortable and reliable. Had a oil change in Vegas, and to replace the aging fuel pump in Oklahoma City, beside that miner ( 7500 miles later ) not a single drop of oil on the ground. This car is classic.

      about 1 month ago
    • Don abdo
      Don abdo

      Cant wait till I get a 2004 and modded it! Very capable offroad vehicle ... had an fj, wrangler, patrol vtc. I think it comes 2nd after the patrol

      about 1 month ago
    • England explorer19
      England explorer19

      Last good discovery

      about 2 months ago
    • squap squap
      squap squap

      Awesome. Always had a weird fascination with the discovery II. Knew i'd eventually get into my dream vehicle when the time was right. I remember buying it up in the Colorado mountains after i finally found the one i wanted on craigslist. Drove it back home to Wyoming, Re-built half the engine with a buddy (who also bought one at the same time) and then proceeded to try and do most of the repairs all us discovery owners will end up doing in their lifetime. This thing took me all over the place and I made way too many memories in it. From driving it home from colorado to Wyoming to rebuild it's new life, taking it over the Golden Gate bridge to see my parents, having my first trip out of the United States while towing same friends discovery II across the Yukon and British Columbia in Canada on a move to Alaska. I am 28 now and I've had my 03 Disco II for +6 years. Now i live in Colorado, still have it, still chugging along making more memories. Me and my wife went on our first date in this vehicle. Then me and my wife drove our newborn daughter home from the hospital for the first time in this vehicle. lol I will keep this vehicle forever. How could I ever part ways with it? I had no idea the "places" this thing would take me. What a time it's been.

      about 2 months ago
    • ENTITY

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

      about 2 months ago
    • ENTITY
      ENTITY In reply to ENTITY

      Turns out headgasket had already let go haha, i sent the cunt through a few bike tracks and sold it to scrap 😂😂

      about 5 days ago
    • Dartmoor Dave
      Dartmoor Dave In reply to ENTITY

      Keep the cooling system spotlessly clean internally and rad free of debris, never tow a trailer, have more than one passenger, load it with more than a packed lunch and you should be OK.

      about 5 days ago
    • TigerStripes

      What color is this? Beautiful

      about 2 months ago
    • Gary Peatling
      Gary Peatling

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

      about 2 months ago
    • TigerStripes

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

      about 2 months ago