2016 Land Rover LR4


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This 2016 Land Rover LR4 is an awesome discovery (see what we did there?). Called the Discovery or “Disco” everywhere but the United States and Middle East, the LR4 is an ultra-capable truck in stock form, but when built with over $10,000 in aftermarket overlanding gear like this one, it can take you anywhere. This rugged rig can be yours for $42,500 from Turismo in Denver, Colorado. We think you should buy it. 

The Model.

The Land Rover LR4 is the 2nd out of the 5 generations of the Discovery, and a facelifted version of the LR3 (Discovery 3). The first generation of the Disco launched in 1989, with the LR4 arriving on the scene in 2009. On the surface, the LR4 and LR3 look quite similar, with the most noticeable differences being the reshaped front and rear lights with LEDs added, and a front grille and bumper that better aligned with the Rand Rover and Range Rover Sport. The LR4 kept the LR3s signature tailgate with the z-shaped glass and trim combo, but noticeably absent were the black plastic bumper and fender trim, opting instead for paint matched units. 

The majority of the changes between the LR3 and LR4 are mechanical, with reliability issues addressed, improvements to engines and gearboxes, brake and suspension refinements. Additionally, Land Rover gave the interior some additional refinement, luxury and technology.

One thing that didn’t change from the LR3 to the LR4 was the construction. Land Rover developed a body construction method for the Discovery, which they marketed as “Integrated Body Frame” or IBF. With IBF, the engine bay and passenger compartment are built as a monocoque, then mated to a basic ladder-frame chassis for the gearbox and suspension. By combining a monocoque and ladder-frame, Land Rover created a heavier truck that was slightly slower and less agile than one without IBF, but made up for it with added strength and toughness, which are two things Land Rovers have always been known for. 

It’s built for things like driving across the entire United States without touching pavement, just like they did on Jay Leno’s Garage. Take the next 7 minutes or so to hear about how this rig tackled it with relative ease:

The Specs.

This LR4 is in great shape, with the seller pointing only to a few blemishes like cracked rear speaker covers and a few surface scratches that you might expect for a car that has seen 61,830 miles. It’s a one-owner example with a clear Carfax, and was reportedly serviced almost exclusively by a Land Rover dealership throughout its 6 years. The aforementioned overland-focused modifications are tastefully done and make this Waitomo Grey Metallic LR4 a really enticing option for someone who intends to go offroad. 


  • 3.0-liter 24 valve supercharged V6
  • 8-Speed ZF automatic
  • Stability control system
  • Terrain response system w/rock crawl mode


  • Ebony leather
  • Pet barrier
  • Front Runner rear drawer kit


  • Waitomo Grey Metallic paint
  • Compomotive 18” alloy wheels
  • 265/65r18 BFG K02 all-terrain tires
  • ARB front bumper
  • ARB Intensity LED driving lights
  • Front Runner full roof rack it with Wind Fairing
  • Front Runner ladder
  • Rock sliders
  • Warn winch

Find Your Land Rover.

This Land Rover has sold, but you can find your next Land Rover or Range Rover right here on Fourbie Exchange.