2017 Land Rover Discovery
48 Miles
$57,945

Huntington, NY
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2004 Land Rover Discovery
131,380 Miles
$12,900

Houston, TX
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
7,518 Miles
$57,900

Marble Falls, TX
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
15,353 Miles
$56,559

West Chicago, IL
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
6,555 Miles
$68,950

Carrollton, TX
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
3,127 Miles
$63,900

Pembroke Pines, FL
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
6,862 Miles
$59,887

Grand Rapids, MI
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
2,775 Miles
$55,482

Hanover, MA
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
3,379 Miles
$62,970

Hoffman Estates, IL
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
925 Miles
$58,777

Hanover, MA
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
1,919 Miles
$60,284

Southampton, NY
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
4,120 Miles
$64,141

Superior, CO
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
4,660 Miles
$57,888

Hanover, MA
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
5,568 Miles
$60,993

Wichita, KS
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1971 Land Rover Discovery
135,119 Miles
$64,900

Albuquerque, NM
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
8,155 Miles
$56,993

Wichita, KS
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
$71,602

Shawnee, KS
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
$70,408

Shawnee, KS
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
$63,088

Shawnee, KS
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2017 Land Rover Discovery
10,136 Miles
$66,745

Duluth, GA
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Land Rover Discovery Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
5 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
3.4
Performance
4.4
Style
4.8
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
1.6
Reliability
2.6

Land Rover Discovery Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2004 Land Rover Discovery - High Maintenance

Kathryn
Los Angeles, California
Overall
4.0
Value
1.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
1.0
The vehicle looks great outside and rides pretty high off the ground. The front and side front windows are a little low with visibility from the waist up if you were standing outside the vehicle looking in. Gets a lot of looks with the aftermarket 22-inch rims and tires. Overall, it's a fun car but has many challenges.
Story
Driving in the mountains taking it through deep water in four-wheel drive without any issues or worry that it would stall or become flood damaged after the recent heavy rains. It's the perfect road trip vehicle.
Pros
Car runs well. Easy to hide all the wiring after installing DVD player, two DVD screens behind both front seats. The frame seems strong with a low accident fatality rate for the disco. I added some 22" rims and it looks and rides great. The engine runs strong and plenty of room in the back with the stadium seating.
Cons
It needs paint since the hood and roof have the clear coat eaten away from the ocean weather. The check engine light is always on. It constantly leaks oil and coolant. The ride is a little bumpy, and the interior is very loud especially on the freeway. There is not enough leg room for the driver. The steering wheel only tilts about half an inch in both directions. Low resale value compared to the purchase price. Parts are really expensive, and they are sold as a complete unit instead of purchasing the part that broke. The back door leaks, and I have no idea why. It only gets about 17 miles... (more)

1999 Land Rover Discovery - One of the best cars I know about.

Frank
Spokane Valley, Washington
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
I purchased this car new and have driven it just over 200,000 miles. It was a replacement for a pickup I traded in. This is very comfortable to operate, extremely reliable, and wonderful in the winter. This is not an economy car! I get about 20 miles/gallon. I prefer the door on the back instead of a hatch, since it is easier to use with packages.
Story
I took this car to a picnic last August at a ski area. There were trails used by the resort to service the lifts and runs that were open to our use. My friend had brought his Hummer. The Hummer broke down 5 miles from the resort but it was no big deal for my car to tow it out. We were very generous with the pictures of the Discovery pulling his Hummer!
Pros
First, the car is very easy for a tall person to enter and exit. Second, I like the storage area when the seats are up as well as when the seats are down. I live in an area where snow is very common and love the way this car gets around in bad weather. I have taken as many as five people for long drives and everyone was comfortable.
Cons
This is not an economy car and getting it repaired is more expensive than our other car. Parts can be very hard to find or very expensive.

1998 Land Rover Discovery - Fun to own, expensive to maintain.

Discovery Owner
Salem, Massachusetts
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
1.0
I enjoyed driving this care very much, it's a very fun car to drive, despite being top heavy. I also had a lot of people compliment me on the car at random, which has never happened previously with other cars I've owned. The down side to owning this vehicle is that it is extremely expensive to repair and maintain, compared to other vehicles.
Story
Driving off-road without any care in the world, because this care can handle it with ease.
Pros
The look and design of the vehicle are great. It also had a great sound system and was a lot of fun to drive. The extra seating capacity and room in the interior were also very beneficial.
Cons
It was extremely expensive to repair and maintain and also had very bad miles per gallon. Additionally, it required more expensive/higher octane gasoline. It was very top heavy, meaning the vehicle would not be sturdy when driving on the highway at high speeds. The speaker system was very good, but when I updated the radio, it stopped working properly and was never able to be fixed without rewiring the entire audio system. it also was fairly low to the ground compared to other SUVs, which made it harder to drive in the snow.

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