Specifications and equipment includes HDD Navigation System, Bluetooth Connectivity, Heated Seats front Heated windscreen, Cruise Control, Privacy Glass, 7 Seats, Folding rear Seats, Parking Aid, Rear View Camera, HLDF Touchscreen,Multi Function Steering Wheel, 19 inch 5 Split-Spoke Style 5021, Two-Zone Climate Control, 12-Way Electric Front Seats, DAB Radio, Automatic Headlights, Electric Heated Door Mirror, Electric Panoramic Roof, Push Button Start, Ebony Premium Headlining, Full Size Spare wheel, Gloss Black Veneer Finisher, Surround Camera System, Privacy Glass and many more features. This car also comes with 2 Years Approved Used Landrover Warranty for a piece of mind. Call us now to arrange your Test Drive.
Diesel 39.2 combined MPG
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CO2: 189 g/km
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Electric front windows, Heated washer jets, Heated windscreen, Rain sensitive windscreen wipers, Rear electric windows
ABS, ESP, Hill descent control, Hill launch assist, Traction control
Dynamic stability control, Electronic air suspension
Bluetooth telephone connectivity
Front camera system, PAS
InControl Touch navigation pro, Pro services and wifi hotspot, Service interval indicator, Trip computer
Auto dimming rear view mirror, Electric adjustable/heated/folding door mirrors + Puddle lights
2 USB charging points in 2nd row, 2 USB charging points in 3rd row, Audio remote control, Aux input, DAB Digital radio, InControl app, InControl protect, Steering wheel mounted controls, USB/iPod connection
Exterior Body Features
Body colour bumpers, Body colour door handles
Automatic headlamp levelling, Automatic headlights with follow me home lights, Headlight washers, High beam assistant
Dual zone automatic climate control
Front armrest, Grained Leather upholstery, Leather steering wheel, Loadspace cover, Overhead storage box/sunglasses holder, Steering column manually adjustable for tilt/rake, Twin front cupholders, Upper glovebox
Interior mood lighting, Row 3 reading lights
3x3 point rear seatbelts, Autonomous emergency braking, Curtain airbags, Driver and passenger airbags, Rear airbags, Side airbags, Tyre pressure monitoring system
12 way electric front seats, 60/40 Split fold rear seat/load through facility, Electric front headrests, Front passenger seat isofix location point, Isofix rear child seat fastenings, Rear headrests
Anti theft alarm system, Immobiliser, Locking wheel nuts, Remote central locking
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|Man Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years:||6|
|Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years:||3|
|NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %:||90|
|NCAP Child Occupant Protection %:||80|
|NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09:||5|
|NCAP Pedestrian Protection %:||75|
|NCAP Safety Assist %:||73|
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|Service Interval Mileage:||16000|
|Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage:||999999|
|Standard manufacturers warranty - Years:||3|
|Timing Belt Interval Frequency - Months:||108|
|Timing Belt Interval Mileage:||144000|
|Vehicle Homologation Class:||M1|
|Standard Euro Emissions:||EURO 6|
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|Cylinders - Stroke (mm):||90|
|Engine Layout:||NORTH SOUTH|
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|Number of Valves:||24|
|EC Combined (mpg):||39.2|
|EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies:||True|
|EC Extra Urban (mpg):||43.5|
|EC Urban (mpg):||34|
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|0 to 62 mph (secs):||7.7|
|Engine Power - BHP:||258|
|Engine Power - KW:||190|
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|Engine Power - RPM:||3750|
|Engine Torque - LBS.FT:||442.6|
|Engine Torque - MKG:||61.2|
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|Engine Torque - RPM:||1750|
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|Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres):||85|
|Gross Vehicle Weight:||3170|
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|Luggage Capacity (Seats Up):||258|
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|Max. Roof Load:||80|
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|No. of Seats:||7|
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There aren't too many vehicles that dominate their class in quite such an imperious manner as the Land Rover Discovery. Now the opposition has even more to fret about, courtesy of a fifth generation model that the brand has continually improved. Jonathan Crouch reports
There's nothing quite like a Land Rover Discovery and this fifth generation version continues to offer the toughest, the most practical and the most capable choice in the large SUV sector. It's lighter, larger inside, cheaper to run and more media-savvy than its predecessor. Yet it remains a practical choice for up to seven adults and is an easy class-leader off the beaten track. In the large family SUV segment, there's nothing quite like it.
Without the Discovery model line, it's doubtful whether the Land Rover brand would even exist today. Launched back in 1989, the original version merely bolted more spacious bodywork onto an aging Range Rover chassis, but the sales it generated were enough to save the company. They also financed a more sophisticated five cylinder air suspended model in 1998 at the same time as the company's engineers were busily beavering away at something much better, third generation Discovery3 of 2004 which was ultimately developed into the Discovery4 of 2009. That bit of history illustrates that it's been quite a long time since we've had a fundamentally new design in this model line-up, but we have that now in the form of this fifth generation version. It's a big stylistic departure from its predecessor and it uses a range of far more efficient Ingenium diesel engines. Potentially then, lots to look forward to.
There's still something very special about a place behind the wheel of a Discovery. In contrast to more car-like rivals, it's not a cockpit-like experience with all the controls angled towards you as they would be in, say a Range Rover Sport. No, this is different - a place of command: a place to do business with the elements, be they the snake-infested swamps of the rainy season in the Serengeti or the snarled-up traffic of a wet windy morning on the school run. This fifth generation version is powered by Jaguar Land Rover's efficient range of four and six cylinder petrol and diesel engines, all paired with a smooth and responsive ZF eight-speed automatic gearbox. Most buyers will want the entry-level twin-turbo Sd4 Ingenium four-cylinder diesel, a unit that produces 240PS with an impressive 500Nm of torque. There's also a 300PS four cylinder Ingenium petrol engine. Six-cylinder diesel power comes from the 258PS Td6, which delivers 600Nm of torque for strong performance, pulling power and efficiency. For petrol customers, the Si6 model offers a 340PS supercharged petrol 3.0-litre V6 with 450Nm of torque. There's also a 525PS 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine fitted to the desirable SVX model at the top of the range. All variants get impressive towing capability, the diesel variants offering a class-leading 3,500kg braking towing total. Plus Land Rover has developed clever technology to make this towing ability more accessible. Advanced Tow Assist is an ingenious development which allows drivers to complete potentially difficult reversing manoeuvres when towing trailers, caravans and horseboxes with ease. As before, there's class-leading off road ability thanks to permanent 4WD and the standard 'Terrain Response' system.
Think it looks like a larger version of the existing Discovery Sport? We do too. Land Rover insists though that historic Discovery design cues remain in this MK5 model, things like the stepped profile that optimises headroom for passengers travelling in the third row of seats. It also accommodates Discovery's customary stadium seating configuration, which sees each row of seats positioned higher than the one in front, ensuring every seat is the best seat in the house. Unlike some of this car's 7-seat SUV rivals, the third row chairs are designed for adults as well as kids. Auto Access Height technology reduces the ride-height by up to 40mm as passengers prepare to enter or exit the vehicle. Up front, there's the usual Jaguar Land Rover 'InControl Touch Pro' infotainment system, here in 10-inch form on the centre console, enabling Land Rover's designers to reduce the number of switches on the centre console by a third, delivering a clean and uncluttered appearance. Another technology feature for active families is Land Rover's state-of-the-art Activity Key wristband, which allows customers to enjoy sports and active hobbies without carrying the standard key fob. As for luggage space, well there's lots of it - up to 1,137-litres with the first two seating rows in place - or up to 2,406-litres with just the front seats in use.
Prices start at around £43,500; that's for the base 240PS Sd4 diesel variant. Obviously, you'll pay more if you want either the 258PS Td6 diesel (which starts from around £51,000) or the 340PS Si6 petrol variant (which starts from around £52,500). Trim levels run from 'S', 'SE' and 'HSE' to 'HSE Luxury', with top 'SVX' trim limited to the top V8 supercharged petrol engine. A key standard equipment feature across the range is the InControl Touch Pro infotainment system with its slick 10-inch centre console touchscreen. Crisp graphics and easy-to-navigate menus incorporate the latest navigation and entertainment technologies including door-to-door navigation, which can share directions to a paired smartphone to help customers complete journeys on foot. Seamless iOS and Android connectivity combine with a 14-speaker Meridian digital surround system, with an additional subwoofer, and 3G WiFi to provide a superb listening experience, whether streaming songs online or playing music directly from a connected device. Up to four 12V charging points ensure this Discovery is well equipped to cope with the demands of the most connected families, while as many as nine USB sockets (on 'HSE Luxury' models or when Rear Seat Entertainment is fitted) allow passengers in each row to power their smartphones or tablets simultaneously.
There are a number of German-brand large SUV rivals that are more efficient than this Discovery. But then none of these cars are as large and practical and none is anything like as good off road. Find yourself a large SUV that can get close to matching this Discovery in these respects - say a long wheelbase Mitsubishi Shogun or Toyota Land Cruiser - and you'll find that it's slower, less well built and costlier to run. In other words, though in comparison to some rivals, there's still a premium to pay for this car's ultimate versatility and capability, it's a smaller one these days. And with the recent efficiency improvements made, it's now pretty justifiable. Helping in that regard is the fact that this MK5 model is lighter than its predecessor. Land Rover's proven lightweight and durable aluminium monocoque architecture contributes to a 480kg weight saving compared to steel ladder construction. As a result, the twin-turbo 240PS Sd4 Ingenium four-cylinder diesel engine, for example, manages combined cycle fuel economy of 43.5mpg and CO2 emissions of 171g/km. Helping here is a stop start system that cuts the engine when you don't need it, say stuck in traffic or waiting at the lights.
The world takes on a different appearance from behind the wheel of a Land Rover Discovery. At the helm, you know you're in a car that can take on just about anything, be that a seven-up trip to the Alps or a relaxing ride home on a wet and slippery winter's night. But it's only when you put it through its paces in properly extreme terrain that the genius in its design becomes fully apparent. How can a car capable of such extremes on the rough stuff be so utterly easy to use on the school run? Only Land Rover knows. The more sophisticated design and clever in-car connectivity improvements of this fifth generation version are welcome but ultimately, the recipe is as before. There's a clever, classless feel about this car that nothing else can quite replicate. Other rival SUVs claim to be tough but at the wheel, you're always a little hesitant to see them prove that. A Discovery's different, a uniquely capable SUV and a British success story that we should be proud of.
June Neary gets to grips with the fifth generation version of Land Rover's impressive Discovery
I'll start with an honest admission. I wasn't keen on the Land Rover Discovery in its first four generations. This SUV may have been able to move mountains but it handled spirited driving on twisty tarmac like a Channel ferry in a blustery gale. Discovery models were also notably unrefined - at least in luxury sector terms. If Solihull really wanted to court BMW and Mercedes customers, something better was needed - and duly provided by the MK5 Discovery we first saw late in 2016. To be frank, the Disco5 was the first Discovery I would have countenanced buying. Previous models looked too agricultural for me. Fine if you were a school mum or a farmer but otherwise portraying a rather clunky image. This car is very different. Structurally this time round, much has been borrowed from larger Range Rover models, along with fresh engine options and more sophisticated media connectivity. The Discovery though, continues to have its own authentic appeal.
You won't mistake this Discovery for anything else. Land Rover say that this was deliberate: their research suggests that the 'Disco's' shape is one of its most appealing features - at least to potential buyers. The front end is very much a development of the look we're already familiar with from the smaller Discovery Sport model. Plus there's a traditional Land Rover clamshell bonnet. And the stepped roofline and the prominent rear C-pillar are both apparently inspired by Discovery's of the past. My family were pleased to find that, as before, it's a seven-seater. Once installed in the driver's chair, you get a commanding a view of the road ahead that locates your eyeline several inches above where it would be in a German rival. In the back, there's decent head and legroom, while the foldaway third row is very cleverly done, easy to erect and big enough for adults. As for luggage room, there's a 258-litre cargo capacity with all the seats upright. Flatten the third row chairs - easy if you've got the electric rear seat folding option fitted - and a huge 1,137-litres of carrying capacity will be freed up. That rises further to a massive 2,406-litres of total capacity if you flatten the second row.
Technology is everywhere in the latest Discovery, at least it will be if you have the cash for a posh trim level and a trawl through the options list. The various systems are controlled via the centrally-mounted touch screen display and the driver gets a second LCD display mounted in the instrument cluster through which major functions can be accessed via the steering wheel-mounted controls. When this fifth generation Discovery was initially launched, the biggest change was the installation of a 2.0-litre Sd4 diesel which puts out 240PS. Most though, choose the 258bhp 3.0-litre Td6 six cylinder diesel unit I tried. There's also a 340bhp 3.0-litre supercharged six cylinder Si6 petrol option if you want it. All Discovery's come with smooth 8-speed auto transmission, air suspension and a twin-speed gearbox with a low range setting for really tough off road work. I've been lucky enough to try this MK5 model off road and have been particularly impressed by its patented Terrain Response system. This is virtually akin to having an expert sitting alongside you, helping to get the best out of the vehicle, on or off road. You choose one of five terrain settings via a rotary knob mounted on the centre console. There's a general driving programme plus one for slippery conditions (dubbed 'grass/gravel/snow') and three specialist off road modes (mud/ruts, sand, rock crawl). The system will then automatically select the optimum setup for the electronic controls and the traction aids. This encompasses ride height, torque response, hill descent control, electronic traction control and transmission settings. There's also a launch control function designed for deep sand as well as Hill Descent Control and Rock Crawl modes to ensure tricky manoeuvres are made that bit easier. Superb.
This level of excellence doesn't come cheap. Discovery prices start from around £45,000 but most buyers will end up paying in the £50,000-£60,000 bracket for their cars. You can pay close to £65,000 if you go for plusher versions and for that money, I'd rather have a Range Rover Sport.
Easily. The size is not something you notice after a bit and the 'Disco' still seems more solid than its Japanese rivals. It's still the one to beat.
Mr James Johnson - 23/11/2018, owner of a Land Rover Discovery Sport 2.0 Si4 240 HSE 5dr Auto
User rating: 5/5
Mr Gary Trautner - 09/08/2018, owner of a Land Rover Discovery 4 3.0 SDV6 255 HSE 5dr Auto
User rating: 4.5/5
Mr Peter Newham - 03/08/2018, owner of a Land Rover Discovery Sport 2.0 TD4 180 HSE
User rating: 4.5/5
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