When it comes to the Land Rover Discovery, specifically the second generation of the model, there's two years that are highly desired in the United States, 2003 and 2004. They featured an refreshed exterior, and a slightly re-designed interior, but most importantly they gained a 4.6L engine—which meant a significant boost in horsepower. The 2004 models even gained a center locking differential (CDL) which had been missing since the original Discovery model. Some consider the G4 edition to be the pinacle of the "D2" line-up, even though this model is listed as a 2003, we're confident that it actually has the important CDL. This particular vehicle for sale in Kentucky has an aftermarket front bumper, along with what appears to be a genuine Safety Devices "SD" roof rack.