The Discovery 2, or Series II, arrived in Autumn '98 and promoted by Land Rover as having been modified from the original Discovery
with 720 'differences'. The Discovery 2 is visually similar to the Series I
despite every body panel being new (with the exception of the rear door skin). The TD5 engine was introduced in line with updates to the Defender
series - producing more torque at lower revs and - despite no actual increase in capacity over the 3.9 litre engine - a much better on-road experience.
Facelift models (2003 onwards) are easily identified by pocketed headlamps - matching the Range Rover
and facelifted Freelander models
- and high-sided turn indicator lamps.
Final Discovery 2 vehicles left production lines in May 2004 to be replaced with the Discovery 3 (LR3)
Discovery E, S, Pursuit, Serengeti parts are available on getoffroad.com alongside later ranges such as G4, GS, XS, Adventurer LE, Millennium and Landmark. Metropolis and ES Premium are also represented with parts for both 4.0 V8i engines and the 2.5 Td5 diesel.