Land Rover Discovery 4
What's on this page
Land Rover Discovery 4 Reviews
Land Rover Discovery SE SDV6 2016 review
Land Rover Discovery 4 vs Jeep Grand Cherokee
Land Rover Discovery 2014 Review
Big utes with towing power
Land Rover Discovery 4 SDV6 HSE 2013 Review
Land Rover Discovery 4 2013 Review
Land Rover Discovery 4 2012 Review
Volkswagen Touareg vs Land Rover Discovery4
Land Rover Discovery 4 2010 Review
Best cars for the snow
Best 4WD, AWD and SUV for seniors 2009 Review
Land Rover Discovery 4 2009 Review
Land Rover Discovery 4 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Land Rover Discovery 4 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Good SUV for outback caravan towing
The Discovery hasn’t done a lot of kays for its age, presumably those it has done have been tooling around town. If it’s in great shape, has been well maintained and serviced and hasn’t been used off-road I would tend to go for the Land Rover. Against that the Jeep has a good reputation as a towing vehicle, and it’s new, which adds to its appeal.Show more
How important is getting regular services?
The recommended interval is 24,000 km or 12 months, not 24,000 km and how ever many months it might take to do 24,000 km. The time recommendation is specified to cover those items that deteriorate with time rather than kays. Have the service done.Show more
Is a Land Rover Discovery a good replacement for a Honda CR-V?
The Discovery 4 is highly regarded by owners. It’s a very capable off-roader, comfortable and refined on the road, and there are few issues to worry about. Service costs are high if you use a factory dealer, but there are plenty of independent mechanics able to take care of it for you. When checking a Discovery check for use off-road, and look for one that has been pampered within the town boundaries. If you don’t want a car that will go off-road perhaps look at a Toyota Kluger 7-seater or a Mazda CX-9.Show more
Replacement options for a 2005 Pathfinder?
You haven't given us the weight of the caravan you want to tow, which goes a long way to determining the best car for you. We'll err on the side of caution and go for cars with a towing capacity of at least 2500 kg that fall within your budget. It's always best to go for the latest model you can afford, which means around 2103 in your case. I'm guessing you're over the Pathfinder given your experience with the holed piston in your current car, but the Nissan is an option for you. So too are the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Mitsubishi Pajero, although the Pajero's rear suspension is prone to sagging when heavily loaded and I would rule that out on that basis. If you can stretch your budget a little you could consider the Landrover Discovery 4, which does everything you want well, but is the most expensive of this bunch. For me the pick of the bunch for me is the Toyota Prado, for performance, economy, and reliability. The only issue for you could be that the Prado's towing rating is 2500 kg, the lowest of the cars we mention here.Show more
Land Rover Discovery 4 Dimensions
The dimensions of the Land Rover Discovery 4 SUV vary according to year of manufacture and spec level.
|Year||Body Type||Height x Width x Length||Ground Clearance|
|2016||SUV||1887x2022x4838 mm||185 mm|
|2015||SUV||1887x2022x4838 mm||185 mm|
|2014||SUV||1887x2022x4838 mm||185 mm|
|2013||SUV||1887x2022x4838 mm||185 mm|
|2012||SUV||1887x2022x4838 mm||185 mm|