2004Land RoverDiscovery

Land Rovers are the real thing.They were around before sport-utilities were a glimmer in the eyes of the world's marketeers.Land Rover earned its legend in Africa and the Australian Outback, bounding over rocks and hills, fording creeks and rivers, thundering along the savanna, creeping through…

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2004 Land Rover Discovery - 4dr All-wheel Drive (S)
4dr All-wheel Drive (S)
MSRP:
$34,330
Engine:
4.6L V-8
MPG:
12 City / 16 HWY
2004 Land Rover Discovery - 4dr All-wheel Drive (SE)
4dr All-wheel Drive (SE)
MSRP:
$38,685
Engine:
4.6L V-8
MPG:
12 City / 16 HWY
2004 Land Rover Discovery - 4dr All-wheel Drive (HSE)
4dr All-wheel Drive (HSE)
MSRP:
$40,685
Engine:
4.6L V-8
MPG:
12 City / 16 HWY
2017 Land Rover Disco rocks out on public roads

LR4 Replacement Moves To Lightweight Platform

Land Rover will make the next-generation Discovery more like the Evoque, judging by these spy photos. More exciting, though, is the move to a weight-saving aluminum platform.
2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport Review

When Sport Really Isn't

Land Rover has ditched boxy in favor of sleek for the new Discovery Sport. But sheet metal doesn't tell the full story. We take the Landie out for a week and report back on the good, bad, and shifty.
First new Land Rover Discovery Sport rolls off assembly line

When Land Rover revealed the new Discovery Sport at the Paris Motor Show, it didn't just present a new model; it kicked off a whole new era for the British purveyor of sport-utility vehicles. And that new era has officially started now with the production of the very first model you see above.

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2003 Land Rover Discovery
$4,495 / 142,000 miles / CA
2000 Land Rover Discovery
$3,600 / 155,846 miles / CA
2002 Land Rover Discovery
$5,995 / 123,070 miles / CA
Land Rover Discovery Sport put to the test ahead of September 3 debut [w/videos]

Engineers have a heck of a job on their hands developing any new model, but when it comes to an SUV, they've got to conduct testing both on the road and off. That's why, in preparation to launch the all-new Discovery Sport, the development team at Land Rover has built 181 prototypes that have already covered some 750,000 miles over all manner of terrain. The prototypes have waded through two feet of water, climbed up 40-degree inclines and down 45-degree grades and endured temperatures from -33
2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport Review
Land Rover has ditched boxy in favor of sleek for the new Discovery Sport. But sheet metal doesn't tell the full story.