The Land Rover Discovery Sport is one of the exceptions to the rule that a car with Sport in its name must be a high-performance model – or at least have racy go-faster looks.
What this large SUV does do is offer a more compact and affordable alternative to the enormous Land Rover Discovery, and if you peer beneath the surface you’ll see that it has more in common with the Range Rover Evoque. While the Evoque focusses on chiselled, catwalk styling, though, the Discovery Sport’s boxier lines mean it's better at catering for space-hungry families.
There’s plenty of room for five, and all but the front-wheel drive D165 diesel and the plug-in hybrid P300e models can be had with a third row of seats for seven-seat practicality. Yes, you read that correctly: this is a Land Rover you can buy without four-wheel drive (in D165 form only, though – all other engines come with four-wheel drive).
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