While the full-size Land Rover Discovery is as capable off road as it is comfortable and practical on it, it's always been an expensive choice. However, this smaller Land Rover Discovery Sport is designed to bring similar qualities to a wider audience.
All versions have a 2.0-litre diesel engine and four-wheel drive, and most buyers will specify the seven-seat interior rather than the cheaper five-seat layout.
In terms of pricing, the Discovery Sport competes with the five-seat only Audi Q5 and BMW X3. However, there are no similarly priced, premium-badged seven-seater rivals, and that gives the Land Rover unique appeal.
Read on for everything you need to know before buying a Discovery Sport, including which version to go for.