What used Land Rover Discovery 4x4 will I get for my budget?
Discovery prices start at around £30,000, this for a 2017 2.0 SD4 car with an average to high mileage for the year and a full history. You should be able to find a 3.0-litre car for around £35,000 with the same criteria. Spend between £35,000 and £40,000 on a good 2018 model, between £40,000 and £45,000 if it's one of the larger engines or higher trims or a 2019 car. Think on £45,000 and more for the 2020 and 2021 cars. Nearly new 2022 examples go for upwards of £60,000, though there are only a few for sale as of writing.
Insurance and servicing
Insurance groups are generally high, meaning insuring your Discovery will be pricier than most cars. You’ll also find that servicing and repair costs are high, even compared with premium rivals, so be prepared for the costs incurred in keeping one running. Once your car’s out of warranty, it might behove you to find an independent specialist to look after your car; they usually charge significantly less than Land Rover dealerships and are often just as knowledgeable, if not more so.
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