Land Rover Discovery (L462) – baby got back


The Land Rover Discovery was launched back in 1989 as the company’s third model, sitting between the luxury Range Rover and utilitarian Defender. In the subsequent 32 years the SUV market has changed significantly and Land Rover now offer seven models, but the Discovery still sits in the middle of the range blending luxury and off-road ability in a package that seats seven, making it popular with well-heeled families across the land.

The fifth-generation Discovery was introduced in 2017 and was a departure from previous models, with an all new platform shared with the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport and a design which is mildly controversial, at least from the rear. For various reasons this Discovery has not sold nearly as well as the last car, but it’s still a solid choice for anyone looking for a practical SUV with off-road abilities and who can afford the ever-increasing price…

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