2004 brought us the second generation Discovery (L319), this new vehicle was badged as the Discovery 3 and LR3 (in the US). It retained the key design features of the Discovery (such as the stepped roofline and raked windscreen) but was a brand-new design from the wheels up. The new platform used a new construction method of mating a monocogue engine and passenger compartment to a ladder-frame chassis. The new approach was marketed as 'Integrated Body Frame (IBF)', and added strength, toughness, and adaptability to the vehicle at the cost of some performance and agility.
As with all Land Rovers, aftermarket part availability is generally excellent, with a huge number of all Discoveries still in use today. Earlier 300Tdi models are particularly favoured by off-road enthusiasts for their simpler mechanics and customisability. We have a huge range of parts and accessories to refresh or upgrade your Discovery, just browse below by model, or search for a specific part.