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Written on: 12/12/2010
If you buy cafeully - Full service history and no evidence of towing you'll have a very reliable ultra practical car. Don't do this and you'll have a nightmare on your hands these vehicle tend to be worked harder than other comparable vehicles, hence they have a not to good reliability image.They do rust, but not if it has been looked after and waxolyed.
It is very easy to service I do my own a full filter kit is 20 pounds - Genuine parts as well.
It will run rings around any other 4x4 offroad… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/08/2010
Brill to drive, very good driving position and 30mpg from a 2.5 is good. Parts are also cheap. Have covered 80,000 miles in 2 years, all i have replaced is wear and tear things, brakes tyres exhaust ect..., Cant fault it in any way, Starts Drives 100% and they are easy 2 work on and resonably cheap to buy. I payed £1500 for mine 1 years mot, 2 years later prob still worth £1250!. BUY ONE!… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/05/2010
i have owned my 300tdi disco for 10 years 3 universal joints a a starter and battery is all i have replaced in that time. got it on 100k now done 175k if you change the oil and keep it serviced they last well only thing i would advise is to waxoyl everthing and if possible own a welder when it starts to get on in years.very capable easy to work on (no electric gubbins)cheap parts if required love it!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/09/2009
The Land Rover Discovery 300 2.5 TDi XS is a tuff wee 4x4 that will run forever if you look after it. Will out perform many jap or german 4x4,s for half the price… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/09/2008 by Dave Sim (2 reviews written)
Great all round vehicle. If buying an older model search for one with a full service history. Check brakes, rear boot, and cooling system. Oil needs to be replaced every 6000 miles. If you get to know the vehicle and look after it you'll get reliable motoring… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2007 by mclarenpilot (1 review written)
The Land Rover Discovery is a reliable, simple 4x4, with excellent off road capabilities, and is comfortable and extremely robust. A good vehicle, for family and fun, great adventure and fun capabilities, needs some cares… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/12/2006 by theshooter (16 reviews written)
An overated status symbol for the rich. Bought mine 2 years ago, sold it after 12 months, at a loss of 3k. In that year had spent nearly 3k on failed central locking, wiper motor, electric areial, leaking boot, severe rust in boot floor, chasis rot, nackered shox, warped discs, headgasket replacement, seized waterpump, failing transfer box. Only for the rich, you feel great driving it, but if you are middle class, you can't afford to run it. Give landrover a miss, and buy japanese!… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/12/2006 by trickydicky (1 review written)
I decided to purchase a Land Rover Discovery because I thought I was buying into rugged reliability and a vehicle which would serve a family of 2 adults and 5 children in the semi-arid environment of Cyprus to which we we have moved recently. The car's first original engine failed within 1 month of purchase due to a deteriorating 4th cylinder, so I had a second engine with guaranteed mileage installed from a reputable reseller. Since then it has suffered from numerous faults including… Read Full Review
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