Land Rover Discovery Sport

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2018 Land Rover Discovery Sport

For 2018, the new Land Rover Discovery Sport gets two new turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engines with as much as 286 horsepower, which is a significant increase over last year’s model. For the first time Land Rover has made a 12-way-power driver’s seat available, and Adaptive Cruise Control and Blind Spot Monitor are now stand-alone options. Onboard Wi-Fi has also been upgraded to 4G.

2017 Land Rover Discovery Sport

For 2017, Land Rover’s Discovery Sport SUV gains a new Dynamic Design Pack option and four new colors. The InControl Touch Pro infotainment system is made available, as are new driver-assist features including Driver Condition Monitor, Intelligent Speed Monitor and Lane Keep Assist.

About Land Rover Discovery Sport

A stylish, comfortable and off-road-capable compact SUV, the popular 2018 Land Rover Discovery Sport is also the luxury brand’s most affordable model. Prices start well below $40,000 for a Discovery Sport SE with a 237-horsepower turbocharged engine and Land Rover’s advanced all-wheel-drive Terrain Response system. A small kid-friendly third row is also offered, which is unusual for the class. Competitors include the BMW X3, Audi Q5, Mercedes-Benz GLC and Lexus NX. But, unlike these worthy rivals, the Discovery Sport SUV isn’t just about an opulent interior and advanced safety and entertainment options. Land Rover’s Discovery Sport can actually conquer some serious off-road obstacles. Buyers can also step up to a 286-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter engine, which is available on the HSE and top Luxury HSE trim levels. Both engines work with a smooth 9-speed automatic transmission.

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