2003 Land Rover Discovery SE 4WD 4dr SUV (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
A vehicle designed as if by Architect!
Drove it the first week from Phoenix
to Telluride, and back by way of the
Grand Canyon. With 2 kids and the
awesome 2-screen DVD/playstation
option on back of both headrests
(does not fold down from ceiling in
the way of visibility thank goodness!).
We all had a blast! Handles great,
and has a smooth powerful ride. No
downside other than a little more
knee room for a 6'-3" driver would be
nice. Chevy Tahoes are just for the
practical masses. Nothing
compares to the Disco if you are a
car enthusiast with design taste and
Inter/exter design is sophisticated,
it's not the plastic bubble that so
many others are becomming. It's
smooth ride is greatly improved,
handling has always been tight on
these due to strong frame and body,
dual sunroofs, dual AC, DVD option,
rear extra seats, 18" alloys are
4" more front seat knee room, and 4"
more rear seat foot room. Driver seat
memory. In-dash 6 disk cd for easier
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