Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Rip The Jacker, Apr 24, 2004.
looking at ~2000-2001 discovery's. how reliable are they?
havent seen him online in a while.
porsche 3000gt vr4 near death accident
thats what i figured. they're really fucking cheap
Let's just say I wad dead set on getting a 2000-2003 Rangerover and I walked away from it pretty damn quick without having to give it a second thought.
Stuff will break and when it does, say good bye to $3,000-$5,000
we're gonna go look at one in a little bit. too bad they're so shitty, they look so fucking cool
we're just looking for something to tow our boat and a car once in a while. probably gonna end up with another jimmy or a cherokee
only experience i've had with a disco was pulling one out of a mud hole.
2001 with under 50,000 for 12-13k. thats why i figured there was something wrong with them.
Awesome......if you are headed to your local mall
a used wrangler costs more than that
or ya could just learn how to drive...
I have lots of experience with land rovers
the rover was so fucking cool. one of the funnest things i've ever driven. i have to find out just how bad they are
They're peices of shit.
if you like oil leaks they are the car for you
i still want one
get one if you want. they are just very expensive to repair.
like what exactly goes wrong with them? and are the parts expensive? i can do my own wrenching...
I interned with LRNA and drove a few of them on the off-road courses. They're fun to drive. The Disco is a nice drive. The new Range is incredible. To be honest, I would only buy one of the ones after BMW took over (SII Disco/New RR) because they revamped a lot of the systems.
when did BMW take over?
The parts are the expensive part.