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2004 G4

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Drawing on its long history of international adventure competition with the legendary Camel Trophy, Land Rover staged an all-new event in the springof 2003, the global G4 adventure challenge. Held in four stages in the US, South Africa and Australia, the multi-sport competition tested the driving and outdoor adventure skills of participants from around the globe for four weeks, and over more than 4,000 miles. Although the driving competition finished in April, those who could not participate can still get a piece of the action with Land Rover’s limited edition 2004 G4 2004 G4 Discovery models. The new versions have special trim and extra features that emphasize rugged capabilities inspired by off-road and adventure travel. The G4 Discovery has the same powertrain as the regular Discovery, with a 4.6-liter, 217 horsepower V8, five-speed automatic, self-leveling suspension and dual sunroofs. Painted in Tangiers Orange, the roof rail is an all-new, large-diameter design dubbed the “Aero.” An A-frame brush bar and rear lamp guards protect the exterior, Spec’s have ‘Black Mogul” technical fabric covers the inside.Mine has “Black Duragrain’ with heated seats, and wind shield. Adventure-worthy accessories include a Class III tow hitch, a selectable locking center differential, rear access ladder, driving lamp kit, and lockable roof rail cross bars, Other G4s I have seen have plastic rear light guards, mine has the metal version. while the interior is made more civilized with an in-dash CD player, black leather-wrapped steering wheel and eight-way power driver and passenger seats. A G4 graphics kit brings G4 badging on the exterior and on the tire cover. Only 200 of the limited edition Discoverys were available starting in the 4th quarter of 2003, 

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One Response to “2004 G4”

  • barry:

    Jim
    Who did you say you bought that new motor from and how much if you dont mind me asking? Im talking with canniblerover about one and they are around 7500 but do a different cam head bolts and some kind of a coating for the porosity issues.
    Barry

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