Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Using the trip computer

Using the trip computer

The Trip computer is able to display various pieces of information to the driver.

A short press (1 second or less) of the i button will display the Trip computer menu in the Instrument panel. The options available are:

  • Display content: Allows you to select the information type to be displayed in the Instrument panel.
  • Trip bank: Allows you to select Trip A, Trip B, or Trip Auto.
  • Trip Auto button: Allows you to manage your trip selection.
  • Units: Allows you to select metric or imperial units.

To reset the selected Trip computer value to zero, press and hold the i button for 2 seconds.

The distance, average speed and average fuel economy values for Trip A and Trip B can be reset. Set the Trip computer display to show the trip that you wish to reset, then press and hold the button until the message resetting trip is displayed.

It is not possible to manually reset the Trip Auto feature. This resets automatically each time the ignition is switched on.

Trips may be added together, to record a continuous journey, or removed. Press the i button for longer than 1 second, when Trip Auto values for distance, average speed and average fuel economy are displayed, then adding last journey or removing last journey will appear on the screen. Press the i button for longer than 1 second to select the desired option. The previous trip information will be added to, or removed from, the current trip and the new total will be displayed.

There is no limit to the number of times this can be done before the ignition is switched off.


Distance travelled since the last memory reset. The maximum trip reading is 9999.9 (kilometres or miles). The Trip computer will automatically reset to zero if this distance is exceeded.


This shows the predicted distance (kilometres or miles) that the vehicle should travel on the remaining fuel, assuming fuel consumption and driving style remain constant.


The Trip computer readings can be changed between metric, imperial and mixed units in the Trip Computer menu of the Message centre.

Note: The temperature display can be changed between ºC (Celsius) and ºF (Fahrenheit), independently of Metric or Imperial units.


An upcoming service interval will be notified to the driver via the Message centre, as either a distance or time left until the service is due. Once the distance or time are exceeded, the display will show a negative (-) value to indicate that a service is overdue.

One or both types of service interval (distance and time) may be displayed.

Details of the next service can be found in the Instrument panel menu.


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