Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Vehicle Weights

Vehicle weights

  1. The maximum permissible weight of the vehicle including passengers and load.
  2. This figure includes the toolkit, all fluids to the correct levels and spare wheel but excludes the driver and passengers.
  3. The maximum permissible weight of the vehicle and braked trailer and their respective loads.
  4. The front and rear maximum loads cannot be reached simultaneously as this will exceed the GVW limit. When calculating rear axle loading, remember that the trailer nose weight, the load in the vehicle's luggage area, weight on the roof rack, and the weight of rear seat passengers must all be added together.
  5. This figure includes the weight of the roofrack.

Vehicle Dimensions

Vehicle Dimensions

Vehicle Dimensions

  1. Ride height is measured vertically from wheel center to underside of wheelarch. All figures are with vehicle at 'Showroom' height - full fluids, full tank of fuel, no occupants/luggage, tires inflated to normal pressures.
  2. 5 seconds maximum duration.

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