The Land Rover Discovery 2 series was available from 1998-2004. It is possible that owners still drive these cars today. A necessary accessory for the Discovery 2 vehicle is the Land Rover Discovery 2 service manual. This manual will help you to maintain your Discovery 2 and keep it running well.
The Discovery 2 was released in 1998 and the company stated that this new version had 720 upgrades and modifications over the original Discovery. Both the interior and exterior were redesigned. This was to make the Discovery more appealing as a family vehicle. The United States version of the Discovery 2 was available in 3 different trim levels. Two of those trim levels were available as a 7-seat option.
The engine in the Land Rover Discovery 2 was also updated. The newer engine was designed to be a straight-five engine. This means that all 5 cylinders were in a straight line. The newer engine made the ride much smoother. Additionally, some versions had an anti-roll system called ACE installed. This made the Discovery 2 more stable when turning corners.
The Discovery 2 also featured redesigned headlights and revamped brake lights and turn signals. The team repositioned the turn signals from the bumper up to higher positions on the car. This Land Rover was available as an automatic or manual transmission vehicle. The Discovery 2 also sported new door handles as the company did away with the paddle style handles.
Land Rover also did not use the locking control feature with the Discovery 2 series. This was because they felt that traction control and the newly developed Hill Descent Control would do the same thing. However, customers felt that the locking feature allowed for a smoother operating experience. By 2003 this feature was added back as an option on Discovery 2 vehicles sold in the UK and Ireland.
Land Rover also manufactured a number of Discovery 2 vehicles as a commercial vehicle. The commercial Discovery 2 vehicles were still a 5-door body type, but they were given tinted windows. This gave them the appearance of being security vehicles. In addition, the commercial Discovery 2 cars were produced with rear self-leveling suspension as a standard feature.
The final Land Rover Discovery 2 was produced in May 2004.
The Discovery 2 was a great vehicle and an important part of the Land Rover lineup. The Land Rover Discovery 2 workshop manual is a vital part of any owner’s garage.