For The Land Rover Discovery is brilliant on- and off-road. Its classy cabin offers space for seven and superb versatility, plus you get lots of equipment as standard.
Against The big mirrors and bluff windscreen create a fair bit of wind noise. It's expensive to run, either privately or as a company car.
What Car? says
Blends workhorse ability, executive refinement and a versatile cabin. The Land Rover Discovery has a great image, too.
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There are 3 Land Rover Discovery versions available
Target Price team says:
There's just one diesel engine in the Discovery range, so the trim is your only consideration. XS gives you all the equipment you could ever want, but most buyers will specify top-of-the-range HSE.
If you want to learn how to make the most of your Land Rover, you can enrol on one of the company's Experience Days. These involve on- and off-road tuition at one of eight centres throughout the UK and cater for all competence levels. You can even give gift vouchers for whole- or half-day courses, with the price depending on the car used in the experience: Range Rovers are dearer than 'normal' Land Rovers.
Reader test team says:
I have had my Disco 4 for over 3 years and had a Disco 3 before that. The Disco 3 was great and the 4 is much better. I have a large family and do…
This is the wife's car and she has had 6-7 L/R Discoveries since approximately from 95........every model from the first one. I have driven this…
Purchased an ‘approved used’ 2.7 V6 Automatic (3 ½ years old) from the Main Dealer complete with six month warranty (I guess this should have set the…
We have an 11 plate Disco (so have had it 2 years now) and it is, hands downs, the best car we've ever had. It is luxurious, powerful, practical and…