The modelRead full review
Has a number of important strengths. It's desirable, practical, great off road and cheaper than some rivals (if you choose one of the lower trim levels). Reliability is a real weak point, though, and the Discovery isn't as sophisticated on the road or as plush inside as an Audi Q7 or BMW X7.
The trimSee full equipment
Moving up to R-Dynamic SE (from entry-level S trim) gets you 21in wheels, scrolling indicators, twin (fixed) panoramic roofs and 18-way seats with a memory function.
The engineSee full engine specs
We reckon the cheaper D250 is a better buy, but if you do want more power, this D300 diesel is where your money should go. Put your foot down hard and let the engine rev, and it'll hit 60mph from a standstill in a claimed 6.5sec.
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