Yes, the diesel is meant to be great. And in Holland (I used to live in Huizen, NH by the way) Diesel is a good option... when the V8 uses 12.5l/100km!marcholland said:Thanks for the very clear review. I am picking up my new LR3 tomorrow and will certainly ask my dealer some questions you asked.
I am also very much surprised that their is no lock on the fuel opening.
I will have the diesel engine and this is supposed to be a very good one as well.
So, I picked up my car. Great first drive ! Diesel engine is as smooth as itmwillems said:Yep - I am Canadian AND Dutch; a dual national.
My experience with the car is fine so far - nothing to complain about. Enjoy!
Unfortunately, it seems that in Canada and the US they left out the lock. Trying to save money perhaps!marcholland said:Good morning Michael Willems ! I checked out the lock on the fuel opening
but their is one ! When you double click your (superlock) car, the
fuel opening is locked as well!
Did you try this already ?
I don't think you need to worry about liability so much anymore. Much hasobyone67 said:Hi guys, I am test driving a new Discovery 3 2.7 diesel tomorrow. I currently drive a Nissan Patrol 3.0 diesel LWB. I offroad, nothing serious but as I live in Spain, NE, I head to the pyrennees a lot , in snow and also up dirt roads, alot of the summer is spent in loose sand , trying to find a quiet spot on the beach. In the past I have owned a MIT pajero, 2.5 ltr diesel, and off course the Nissan , all have handled well off road,but I am a little worried about the reliability of the Land Rover, any thoughts or input would be appreciated, thanks , regards Tomundefinedundefined :wave: