Fast forward to the mid-1990's when I was the Service Manager at Land Rover Richmond. Again, after being trained on and driving the newest RR's and Defenders at Land Rover's test facility in Ontario, their off-road performance has to be experienced to be believed.
However, there was a reason why BMW (who owned Land Rover at the time) called them "The English Patient".
I didn't look at the Discovery but nonetheless: http://landroverhell.com/
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Like the classic Jaguars, they have very attractive styling. But as for the newer vehicles in the RR line up? Anything that depreciates faster than used chewing gum is nothing I could ever see myself spending money on. May as well buy a brand new 7-Series BMW as well in order to show the world your investment intelligence.
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What broke on the one you sat in for 6 years?