No Reserve: 2002 Land Rover Discovery II SE Kalahari
- Chassis: SALTY12432A747805
- 137k Miles
- 4.0-Liter Rover V8
- Four-Speed Automatic Transmission
- Dual-Range Transfer Case
- Yellow Paint
- Two-Tone Black & Gray Upholstery
- Kalahari Edition
- 16" Alloy Wheels
- Old Man Emu Shocks
- Brush Guard w/Auxiliary Lights
- Rear Ladder
- Rear Receiver Hitch
- Dual Sunroofs
- Hill Descent Control
- Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control
- Heated & Power-Adjustable Front Seats
- Alpine Head Unit
- Clean Carfax Report
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This 2002 Land Rover Discovery II SE is one of a limited number built in the Kalahari Edition for the 2002 model year by Land Rover Special Vehicles in Solihull, England. Finished in yellow over a two-tone black and gray interior, the truck is powered by a 4.0-liter Rover V8 linked to a four-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case. Equipment includes 16″ alloy wheels, Old Man Emu shocks, dual sunroofs, a front brush guard with auxiliary lights, a rear ladder, a rear receiver hitch, hill descent control, dual-zone climate control, and heated and power-adjustable front seats. The truck was first registered in Florida and spent time in several states before being acquired by the selling dealer in December 2021. Recent work is said to have included replacing the transmission and catalytic converters. This Discovery II has 137k miles and is offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with partial service records, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Washington State title.
This truck is said to be one of approximately 150 Kalahari Edition examples specified with Borrego Yellow paint for the model year and features a Saudi/Gulf States-specification grill, a black hood decal, a rear ladder, and a Land Rover Special Vehicles badge on the rear cargo door. The bumpers, wheel arch flares, side moldings, and window surrounds are finished in black, and additional equipment includes a rear receiver hitch, mud flaps, taillight guards, roof rails, alpine windows, and a front brush guard with auxiliary lights.
Gray-finished 16″ alloy wheels show wear and are mounted with 265/75 General Grabber tires. A spare wheel and tire are mounted to the rear cargo door and protected by a Land Rover-branded vinyl cover. The truck rides on Old Man Emu shocks and is equipped with hill descent control. Stopping power is provided by four-wheel disc brakes with aftermarket drilled and slotted rotors.
The cabin features heated and power-adjustable front bucket seats along with a split-folding rear bench upholstered in black leather with gray cloth inserts that extend to the door panels. Equipment includes dual-zone automatic climate control, cruise control, dual sunroofs, and power windows, mirrors, and door locks. Modifications include the installation of an Alpine head unit. Stains are visible on the center console and corrosion is noted on the door sills.
The airbag steering wheel is leather-wrapped and fronts a 135-mph speedometer, a tachometer, and auxiliary gauges. The digital odometer indicates 137k miles.
The 4.0-liter Rover V8 was factory rated at 188 horsepower and 250 lb-ft of torque. The crankshaft position sensor was replaced in April 2021, and the catalytic converters were replaced in July 2021. An oil change was performed in preparation for the sale.
Power is sent to all four wheels through a four-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case. An entry on the Carfax report notes that the transmission was replaced in February 2021 by Seth Motors Inc of Ellensburg, Washington.
The Carfax report shows no accidents or other damage and lists registration and service history in Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, and Washington.