2002 Land Rover Discovery Review Ratings
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2002 Land Rover Discovery Review
Looks great, handles great, great off road
Erm, not much!
Fantastic All Rounder — What cars can drive the best B roads in Wales at speeds to rival a sports car, and then drive home along byways with warning signs saying 'unsuitable for motor vehicles'? Well, that's exactly what we did last week in our 2002 Discovery Adventurer LE. It's brick like shape does not look like it'll go round a corner well, but despite not having ACE, our Discovery with it's 18 inch alloys and air suspension means it handles amazingly. It's also pretty fast once the turbo kicks in, but up until then it's as slow as a tractor. Off road the Disco 2 will hold it's own against a Defender. It's got all the gadgets, hill descent, low gears, and air suspension. Most importantly though, it has a massive ground clearance compared to our Freelander which means it'll happily drive along deep ruts with ease. Inside it's very comfortable and the two sunroofs make the cabin feel light and airy. The boot is huge but the back seats feel slightly cramped. In my opinion the Discovery 2 is one of the best looking 4x4s, especially the later models with the facelift headlamps and updated front bumper.It certainly has more character than the latest Discovery 3! Nothing has gone wrong on our Disco yet, but we haven't had it long. From what I've heard though it is one of the most reliable Land Rovers, so fingers crossed.
Reviews From Other Years
Awesome Vehicle To Own And Drive.
I have personally owned two Land Rover Discovery's and would recommend them to anyone. I fell in love with my first one in Dec of 2010 and someone hit me and totalled it out. I bought a newer model in... Read More
its the best 4x4 u could ever drive easy to drive and comfortable and feul effitiant the performance isnt to bad the cost is pretty good its pretty good to drive as it has cruise control and stereo b... Read More
This Is The Best Car I Have Ever Driven
Best car I have ever driven. No other car that one can drive will compare. Land Rovers' are special vehicles and are worth every penny. Just because it is big and tall doesn't mean that it can't t... Read More
2003 Land Rover Discovert Se
have 211,000 miles - when some thing breaks i fix it -- i don't go over board just fix problem -- runs like a champ -- i pull loads once a month with never a problem -- very dirty on inside due to i j... Read More
Unbeatable comfort for an old school cabin-on-frame off-roader. Cool features, great visibility and transmission/4WD system. Awesome accesibility and very simply built under the hood. However, no... Read More
I Wanted A Discovery More Than Anything Else. This Is The 2nd I've Owned. Need I Say More?
Any Land Rover Discovery Series I or II is a heavy vehicle. The power from either the 4 litre Rover V8 or the 4.6 in the 2003 and 2004 models is adequate for what this vehicle was designed for in my... Read More
the car is great for long trips, and very confortable, but has many flaws. its very rough, it breaks down all the time, fuel economy is horrible, its not a fun car to drive, and it alwasy needs some... Read More
Decent Suv, If You Can Afford The Gas.
Not a bad SUV. Needs 89 octane gas though... With the V8, all be it a small one, the mileage kinda sucks. For such a large looking SUV, the back seat is barely big enough for my 4 year old's car seat.... Read More
An Almost Perfect Vehicle
This vehicle has everything an off road vehicle should. Three locking differentials means it never gets stuck. It is lacking in build quality and often needs expensive foreign parts but the tradeo... Read More
Great For Off Road, Fuel Economy Could Be Better
Not built for hwy acceleration rather for torque for off road where is shines. All time AWD with lockable dif hi/lo for off road. Very smooth comfortable ride because of the leather interior and heate... Read More