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2001-2003 Land Rover Discovery

Discussion in 'General Automotive' started by Lentsnh, Oct 31, 2010.

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  1. Oct 31, 2010 at 10:29 AM
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    Lentsnh

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    Things have come up and the Hummer needs to go some how. Gas has become too expensive to keep gas in it. I've been putting Regular in it almost ever since I got it. I found a Land Rover Discovery for sale its way cheaper, easier on gas, and has things I that are a plus. Like Solid Axle, 4.6L V8, and ALOT of room. Only problem is that its a Land Rover, which isn't very good reliability...
    let me know what You think.. if anyone will listen to me.
     
  2. Oct 31, 2010 at 10:55 AM
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    Don't ask your question here. Not many here would know anything about LR and too many toyo fanbois.

    ask your questions at http://expeditionportal.com/
     
  3. Oct 31, 2010 at 11:08 AM
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    :rofl:

    You just chose the one SUV in the world less reliable than a H3. Congrats.
     
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    Oh yeah, since you asked, I think you're a fucking idiot.
     
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    ^ This. And do you really think a v8 is going to be more efficient?
     
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    haha damn man, you get rid of vehicles a lot.
     
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    dysfunctnlretard Hi

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    :facepalm: Your buying a truck Lents. If you want 40 MPG get a car man. Anything in the truck/suv area is gonna get poor gas mileage. You keep jumping into unreliable vehicles and it doesnt matter how good you think the gas mileage is on a Disco, the repetitive maintenance cost will ruin any savings you thought you'd get. Why not try a 4x4 Tacoma Regular Cab i4? Who gives a shit about passengers, theres enough room for you and a girl. My FJ's backseat isnt the best but I didnt buy it to drive people around, I bought it for my wife an I.

    Good luck with whatever.
     
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    how about a prius??
     
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    really Lents???....REALLY??

    Jesus Christ :facepalm:


    Just getta fucking car dude...
     
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    Damn Lents.....Those Discos arent that much better on gas. You know my friend matt with the 2001 Disco, that thing sucked on gas plus they take Premium gas so you would be in the same boat. The discos are heavy sumbitchs and they arent that room, your alittle taller than me and even i had issues with leg room in Discoverys. Dont buy a discovery. it wouldnt work out. plus those engines had head gasket problems, every single discovery needed the head gasket to be replaced. the one your looking at might have it done or might not, its expensive to fix
     
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    i hear this thing is great on gas...and in your price range...AND you can take it off some sweet jumps

    [​IMG]
     
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    Must be nice to get a new Vehicle every few months :notsure:
     
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    Instead of a Disco get a Land cruiser fj 80, or a 3rd gen 4runner.
     
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    a Disco is NOT the way to go.
    if something breaks, you're f**ked as far as the price of repair.
     
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