The amount of equipment your Discovery comes with ranges from surprisingly sparse to seriously lavish. The former only occurs in entry-level S trim, which we’d recommend avoiding.
SE trim makes far more sense, even though it adds a few thousand to the price, because it adds electric leather seats (heated in the front), sat-nav, front and rear parking sensors, automatic lights and wipers, and LED headlights.
Our favourite trim is HSE, though, because you get keyless entry, a fixed panoramic glass roof, electric third-row seats and heated second-row seats. If you go for this trim, it’s worth thinking about paying a bit extra for the intelligent seat-folding feature (read more about this in the seating flexibility section).
Then there’s the range-topping HSE Luxury trim. You get lots of standard creature comforts, including the intelligent seat folding, an electrically operated sunroof, heated and cooled front seats, four-zone climate control and a surround-view camera system. However, it’s too pricey to recommend.