Although it doesn’t look too dissimilar to the Discovery 1 in appearance, the Discovery 2 range was launched in autumn of 1998, in fact the only common body panel was the handle press on the rear tailgate.
Under BMW ownership at the time two new engines were introduced, the new 5 cylinder turbo diesel Td5 and the 4.0 litre V8 petrol. The Disco 2 had much better road handling courtesy of Self Levelling Suspension and Active Cornering Enhancement along with Electronic Traction Control, Electronic Brake Distribution and Hill Descent Control.
Being a more modern Land Rover model, parts availability is strong with various aftermarket alternatives, upgrades and accessories available and our Discovery 2 parts by model catalogue is the best way to view these parts with detailed descriptions regarding their fitment and compatibility.
If your see our LR Direct workshop seal of approval on high quality product options, this indicates the item in question has been tried and tested by our experienced technicians on a Discovery 2 in our workshop, meaning this is likely the best option to keep your Disco 2 in top condition for years to come.