The Land Rover Discovery is hugely capable and very desirable, and equally at home both on road and off it – it's a brilliant SUVread the full model review
Makes reasonable sense, even though it adds thousands to the price. As well as electric leather seats (heated in the front), you get front and rear parking sensors, sat-nav, automatic lights and wipers, and LED headlights.
You might imagine a 2.0-litre diesel would struggle in a car as big and heavy as the Discovery, but this entry-level engine delivers surprisingly adequate performance. There is a pause between you pushing the accelerator and the car surging forward, but once in to its stride speed builds steadily enough.