On or around Mon, 2 Jan 2006 13:07:28 -0000, "Huw"
<hedydd[nospam]@tiscali.co.uk> enlightened us thusly:
>There are very few issues with the new Discovery. I do not own one but know
>people who do and they are very satisfied with it. Much improved over the
>It is in a different league to the Cruiser with 3.0 D4D engine, which is
>very 'old world' in design and driving experience. It is more compact,
>lively and economical than it or the big LC 100 [which I run] which is more
>of a Range Rover rival.
>I would have no hesitation in buying it if you like it. The engine,
>transmission and suspension are superb while the electronics provide many
>advantages and 'surprise and delight' features.
longevity can hardly have been tested much yet, except by LR themselves. 's
nice to hear that there are no glaring faults, though. not that I can
afford one anyway...
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