Used Land Rover Discovery Sport 4x4 2014 - present review


Used Land Rover Discovery Sport 4x4 (14 - present)
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What alternatives should I consider to a used Land Rover Discovery Sport 4x4?

If seven seats and an SUV body are must-haves, we’d consider looking at the Peugeot 5008. It isn’t quite as upmarket as the Land Rover, but it does have a delightfully swanky interior, and it also offers more space in the rearmost seats and in the boot. It’s also much cheaper to buy and better equipped, meaning you’ll get far more for your money.

You should also have a look at the Skoda Kodiaq, which is a similar proposition to the 5008. Or if you value the peace of mind that a long warranty provides, the Kia Sorento should be on your list.

If you can live without the extra row of seats, though, you can choose from a far wider range of alternatives. The BMW X3 is a cracking proposition and the one to go for if you want something that’s fun to drive, while the Audi Q5 is the one to choose if you want something that feels suitably swanky inside.

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Used Land Rover Discovery Sport 4x4 (14 - present)
Used Land Rover Discovery Sport 4x4 (14 - present)
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The Land Rover Discovery Sport offers go-anywhere ability and the option of seven seats in upmarket surroundings

  • Seven seats available
  • Comfortable on motorways
  • Well laid-out dashboard
  • Not cheap to buy
  • Sluggish engines
  • Poor reliability