Land Rover Discovery

Why Everyone’s Talking About The New Land Rover Discovery

With plenty of power, space for the whole family, and the ability to decimate rough terrain, the Land Rover Discovery is the perfect do-it-all and more Land Rover. But don’t just take our word for it, see what everyone’s saying below.

Land Rover Discovery

“The interior is a calm oasis, bereft of wind noise, with comfortable seating for as many as seven passengers. While not appreciably larger than the LR4’s, the interior is a far more pleasant place to be thanks to high-quality materials and a dash design that mimics that of the Range Rover. This being the family vehicle of the Land Rover lot, the company has carved out multiple stowage cubbies (even a small one hidden behind the HVAC control panel) and fitted the thing with up to nine USB ports.” – Daniel Pund, Car and Driver.

Land Rover Discovery

“The new Discovery ties in elements from previous generations into its radically modern design. The patented stepped roof and highly visible C-pillar found on past Discovery models makes the cut. The asymmetric tailgate is also there, but now moves focus to the license plate holder area. Moving away from the boxy construct of previous generations, the new Discovery instead features smooth, rounded curvature and a lower stance—similar to the Range Rover.” – Jaime Hernandez, Off-Road.com.

Land Rover Discovery

“Dirt roads, washboard trails, a snowy mountain pass—everything Utah Canyon Country could muster, plus an afternoon plowing across sand dunes at the Arizona border. The truck took its licks, yawned, then asked for another.” – Max Prince, Road & Track.

Land Rover Discovery

“Crawling over boulders near the Grand Canyon, the Discovery was at ease even if its drivers were not, fearing tip-over. But with all-terrain progress control engaged – cruise control for off-roading – you take your foot off the pedals, point the steering and wait as the vehicle crawls up whatever you put in front of it.” – Matt Bubbers, The Globe and Mail.

Land Rover Discovery

“The new Discovery ties in elements from previous generations into its radically modern design. The patented stepped roof and highly visible C-pillar found on past Discovery models makes the cut. The asymmetric tailgate is also there, but now moves focus to the license plate holder area. Moving away from the boxy construct of previous generations, the new Discovery instead features smooth, rounded curvature and a lower stance—similar to the Range Rover.” – Jaime Hernandez, Off-Road.com.

Don’t belive them? Come and see the new Land Rover Discovery on June 15th to try it for yourself!

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