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The Land Rover Discovery is a very capable luxury SUV. It's desirable, roomy, nicely finished inside and quite at home on the road. It's much more useful than most of its rivals off-road, too. The D250 diesel engine is excellent and in S trim it undercuts the competition. If you have a bigger budget then it's also worth checking out the Audi Q7 and huge BMW X7.
The trimSee full equipment
Moving up to R-Dynamic SE gets you 21in wheels, scrolling indicators, twin panoramic roofs, an electrically adjustable steering column, upgraded 400w stereo, blind spot monitoring and 18-way seats with memory.
The engineSee full engine specs
This is one of the cheapest engines in the range, costing barely any more than the entry-level P300. Despite this, the 3.0-litre six-cylinder diesel has more low-down urgency even though it ‘only’ has 246bhp. We managed 0-60mph in a respectable 7.7sec and economy in the low 30s, making it our pick of the range.
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