2002 Land Rover Discovery Series II Consumer Review: Nifty SUV, But Too Uncomfortab
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2002 Land Rover Discovery Series II - Consumer Review

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Nifty SUV, But Too Uncomfortable for Me
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2002 Land Rover Discovery Series II SE 4WD 4dr SUV (4.0L 8cyl 4A)

Review

I could not get used to the
ergonomics. After owning the vehicle
for less than a month, I sold it at a
$3,500 loss. I am 6-2" and
weigh 189 lbs. My right hip ached
while driving, due to the highly angled
side seat bolsters. This creates
pressure on the side of your hips. The
steering wheel rubbed against my right
thigh, causing pressure on my knee when
I pressed the brake. Once I hit both
the brake and gas simultaneously. Not
good ergonomics.It was fun to drive,
though and looked great. I remember
Billy Crystal on Saturday Night Live
playing Fernando Lamas saying: "I would
rather to look good than to feel
good."

Best Features

The Active Cornering Enhancement system works. Body roll is negligible. The Discovery is a neat SUV that can climb mountains and cross Africa. However, there are other 4x4 choices if you are over 5'-8" and weigh more than 150 lbs.

Worst Features

Replace the buckets with flatter seats. Add telescoping steering wheel. Widen the seating/elbow area. Make doorside armrests 1-1/2" wider and 4 inches longer. Move gas pedal to the right a couple of inches. Put the window controls in a grouping on the left front armrest.
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