2004 Land Rover Discovery SE 4WD 4dr SUV (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
I grew up in the back of Land Rovers
(what most people know today at
Defenders), and the off-road heritage
that has been passed down to today's
LRs is just as mud, snow, sand, and
rock gripping as in the past. The daily
commute in a LR bears little
resenblance to the original LR
tractor/all around farm vehicle the
Brits first developed, and it hasn't
lost any of its utility. The LR Disco
may now be a people-ferrying vehicle,
but it is still first and foremost a
If you're over 6' or have very long
legs, you may be uncomfortable in the
driver's seat for long distances. There
are several buttons on the dash that
are obscured by the steering wheel.
There is no pedal adjustment. Tilt
steering is not good.
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