leadfoot said:I saw a 96 discovery for sale in my area for $3400. Its got me thinking that I want one. I have a 92 county now. Whats the main difference between the two other than looks.
I find this idea kind of funny because the seat frames and foams are standard British Leyland parts. The frames and foams are exactly the same as my 1975 MG Midget 1500, and they are also shared with mid-Seventies Jaguar XJ-S and MGB's too. The ergonomics fit me perfectly, but then I have a perfectly average English build (I have a WASP ancestry, despite my Czech name). My wife is comfortable in the seats too, and she's 5' 3". The only difference from the Midget is leather skins and electric adjusters. Our Range Rover's seats are OK for comfort, but nothing to write home about, with some odd pressure points across the shoulders and mid-thigh. Our seats are much more comfortable with full sheepskin covers, as were the seats in my old Midget.rangerovering said:Disco 1 & 2 I think the seats are crap. Then to be fair the only LR vehicle that can be described as having "good" seats relatviely speaking is the RR's!