Land Rover Discovery V8 in general Reviews
Product Type: Land Rover cars
Newest Review: ... would just be too uncivilised for that kind of thing. If I had one i'd probably end up raking the **** out of it and ... more
Customer Land Rover Discovery V8 in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 14/10/00, updated on 31/10/00 (Useful, 782 readings)
I think the V8 powerplant in the Disco makes it a beast of a wagon. It is certainly a 4*4 I would consider when if i have a family, as the Def. would just be too uncivilised for that kind of thing. If I had one i'd probably end up raking the **** out of it and running out of petrol money, or go over a hedge or something. The sound coming off that baby makes me smile. But whats wrong with the Range Rover V8 4.6? too expensive? too snobby? too cramped? I think so. I have never been that keen on the Disco because of its design, but I could be persuaded to drive it if you just started the beast, there are rivals such as the Landcruise Amazon, but its just too expensive, Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/00, updated on 22/07/00 (Very useful, 1072 readings)
Mainstay of the Land Rover marque with lots around. . Powered by a 4 litre V8 that has been around for over 30 years. It sounds great but in a vehicle that weighs as much as the Discovery, and with a lazy character – performance is moderate. Floor the throttle and it will make goodish progress but it’s not a comfortable way to travel. Fuel economy is bad at the best of times, but trying to go quickly makes it atrocious. Trips to the petrol station will be very common. Handling is ‘wallowy’ but not unsafe, pushing through a corner results in a lot of body roll but learn to trust it and you’ll be fine. My Discovery did a lot of towing and was . Read the complete review
by - written on 28/06/00, updated on 28/06/00 (Useful, 910 readings)
This baby burns petrol at an alarming rate. The new BMW engine mangaement syestem does help with the fuel economy, but you do not need a rev counter as you may aswell watch the fuel gauge go down as your accelerating. The average m.p.g on this mean machine is 20 miles. But the comfort in the sx models with full climatic control, crusie contol, cd autochanger and all the four wheel drive gismsos is well worth buring up the road. And you can be pleased in the knowledge that other cars will part the road like the red sea when hutterling toward them with all 8 cylinders firing. ... Read the complete review
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