2002 Land Rover Discovery Series II SE 4WD 4dr SUV (4.0L 8cyl 4A)
The interior design is great for a
couple of adults (front seats) and a
couple of pre-teen kids (rear seat).
If you have to put a child seat in a
rear facing or reclined position in
the back, you have to move the front
passenger seat forward and any adult
will be VERY uncomfortable. If you
need to fold the rear seats to use the
vehicles cargo capacity, you will have
to move BOTH front seats forward.
Unless you are really tiny, you will
NOT fit in the driver's seat... so
much for "cargo capacity"
The service is the worst we
experienced (and we owned many
vehicles ranging fron economy to
luxury class). We service our's at
Land Rover Encino and thanks to them
we wish we didn't have this car
Exterior style/look. Most reviews
praise its off-road capabilities.
Unfortunately we can't comment on this
because ours never left the pavement
All existing inventory, designs and
parts make should be at the bottom of
the ocean. Re-train all service
personnel at all Land Rover dealers.
Rebuild the company with customer
satisfaction and quality products in
mind. Go back to the drawing board and
create at least an avg car with avg
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